More To The Story: Anne Of Green Gables

More To The Story is a way for me to highlight some of the fun twists & additions to a classic story (or information about the author) I’ve come across.

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Today’s feature: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery


Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy (adult)

Before Green Gables by Budge Wilson

Maud by Melanie J. Fishbane

Anne Arrives by Kallie George (early chapter book series)

If I Couldn’t Be Anne by Kallie George (picture book)

Anne of Green Gables (BabyLit board book series)


The Anne of Green Gables Cookbook by Kate Macdonald

Looking for Anne of Green Gables: The Story of L.M. Montgomery and Her Literary Classic by Irene Gammel

The Landscapes of Anne of Green Gables by Catherine Reid

House of Dreams: The Life of L.M. Montgomery by Liz Rosenberg

Naturally, this isn’t everything out there but rather the ones that caught my eye.

Do you have a favorite Anne inspired book that I’m missing?

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3 thoughts on “More To The Story: Anne Of Green Gables

  1. I loved Maud! I’m also not big on prequels to classics, but Marilla of Green Gables was pretty good, too! I’ve also read the board book, which is just words showing places from the book. Obviously more for parents than kids, who don’t even know what the references are.


    • Oh, good. I was hoping they were interesting but you never know with those types of books.

      In normal times, I work with babies at the library so I love the trend of ‘pop culture’ board books. Babies just love the bright colors but it gives grown ups a chance to share something they love with little ones.


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