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Song of the Night ("Road to Avonlea" series # 3)

By McHugh,Fiona [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. When Sara and her King cousin go exploring the old, run-down Lloyd mansion--and discover the reclusive Old Miss Lloyd within--Sara makes it her mission to discover the secrets behind Old Lady Lloyd's lonely, reclusive life. She gets some unexpected help from Sylvia Grey, Aunt Olivia's dear friend and a talented songstress, whose beautiful voice casts a mesmerizing spell on hard-hearted Miss Lloyd and begins to reveal the truth.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Anne of Green Gables : Marilla & Matthew

Toronto1985: C.B.C. Enterprises Jg Saw puzzle showing Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert in the "Anne of Green Gables TV production by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 500 pieces (Size 40.6 cm x 53.3cm) BONUS - the box includes a POSTER of the same scene.. First Thus. Boxed. Near Fine. 16" x 21". Puzzles & Games.

$20.00

May The Best Man Win ("Road to Avonlea" series # 17)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Sarah must solve Olivia's dilemma when the young woman finds herself caught in the middle of two well-intentioned gentlemen suitors.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Story Girl Earns Her Name (Road to Avonlea Series # 2)
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The Story Girl Earns Her Name (Road to Avonlea Series # 2)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Responsible for the loss of the school library fund, Sara takes it upon herself to raise the money again, launching one disastrous scheme after another.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Conversions ("Road to Avonlea" series # 6)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. A visiting missionary's tales of adventure send Sara Stanley on a mission, accompanied by Peter Craig, the hired hand at Rose Cottage, during which she discovers the real meaning of goodness and charity.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's  ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)
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Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)

By McHoy, Peter & Westland, Pamela

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. A chance encounter causes Sunday school teacher Rachel Lynde, Felix, and his sisters and cousin to be quarantined in the farmhouse.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Materializing of Duncan McTavish (Road to Avonlea Series # 4)

By Conkie,Heather [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Marilla Cuthbert's story of a long-ago suitor named Duncan McTavish sparks Sara's interest, but when a real Duncan McTavish happens to arrive in Avonlea, Sara catches Marilla in a lie.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Family Rivalry ("Road to Avonlea" series # 16)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. The return of Roger King--world-famous geologist--turns the King farm topsy-turvy with excitement. But a boyhood feud between Roger and his brother Alec wreaks havoc on the homecoming, and sparks begin to fly--not just between the King grown-ups, but between cousin Felix and Andrew as well. . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$7.00

Road to Avonlea [POSTER]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. A poster with Sarah Polley promoting the story books issued about the episodes of the CBC/Sullivan Films TV series "Road to Avonlea" ' based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery.. Poster. Near Fine.

$15.00

Misfits and Miracles ("Road to Avonlea"series # 20)

By Zwicker,Linda [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Hockey season comes to Avonlea, but the youngsters' love for the sport is overshadowed by family feuds that culminate in the final action-packed match.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Journey Begins ("Road to Avonlea" series #1)

By Adair,Dennis & Rosenstock,Janet [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Facing financial ruin, Sara Stanley's father sends her and her nanny away from his Montreal mansion to Prince Edward Island to live in the home of a family she has never met. . Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Dreamer of Dreams ("Road to Avonlea" series # 18)

By Conkie,Heather [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. When Sara and Felicity's gossip column accidentally appears on page one of the Avonlea Chronicle, the editor, Aunt Olivia, must figure out how to make amends.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Anne : Original Music Score ...of Anne of Green Gables

By Hardy, Hagood [Montgomery. Lucy Maud]

Scarborough, ON, Canada: Columbia House, 1985. To create the scores for Anne Of Green Gables Kevin Sullivan turned to popular Canadian composer Hagood Hardy. Hardy’s wonderful Anne themes are instantly recognizable and support the drama of Anne’s life beautifully. Anne’s first journey to Green Gables with Matthew simply wouldn’t be the same without the sweeping visuals being accompanied by Hagood Hardy’s evocative melodies.. First Thus. CD Box. Near Fine. CD.

$12.00

Dolina Teczy / Rainbow Valley [IN POLISH]

By Montgomery, L. M

Warsaw: Prószyski i S-ka, 1999. Ania z Zielonego Wzgorza series - Rainbow Valley translated into Polish by Jolanta Bartosik. 279p.. First Thus. Softcover. As New.

$20.00

The Blue Castle

By Montgomery,Lucy Maud

Toronto: Seal/McClelland & Stewart, 1988. Amusing and unusual romance set in the Lake Muskoka area of Ontario."Valancy Stirling is 29, unmarried, and has never been in love. Living with her overbearing mother and meddlesome aunt, she finds her only consolation in the forbidden books of John Foster and her daydreams of the Blue Castle, a place where all her dreams come true and she can be who she truly wants to be. Shortly after her birthday Valancy receives some news about her health that makes her decide to throw caution to the wind and make a fresh start. Rebelling against her family she soon discovers a surprising new world, full of love and adventures far beyond her most secret dreams.". Reprint. Pbk.. Fine.

$17.50

L.M. Montgomery: The Norval Years, 1926-1935

By Quaile, Deborah

Rockwood, ON: Wordbird Press, 2006. Includes : The Allure of LM Montgomery;...From Prince Edward Island to the World; Norval History; Maud's Home and Gardens; Friends and Family; Norval and Union Presbyterian Churches; Local Beauty; Life in the Village; Devotions and Duties; Maud's Days; LM Montgomery's Accomplishments; Leaving Norval; Remembering Maud: Montgomery in Modern Norval. 209p. illus. Bibliography; Index.. 1st Can Ed. Softcover. New.

$30.00

L.M. Montgomery: The Norval Years, 1926-1935

By Quaile, Deborah

Wordbird Press, 2006. Deborah Quaile has documented and compiled treasured photographs and information about the life of famed Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery' during the years that she lived in Norval, Ontario (1926 to 1935). Lucy Maud Montgomery, (always called "Maud" by family and friends) and publicly known as L. M. Montgomery, (November 30, 1874-April 24, 1942) was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables. Montgomery came to the village of Norval, Ontario with her husband, the Rev. Ewan Macdonald, who had been appointed minister of Norval and Union Presbyterian Churches, and their sons, Stuart and Chester. In addition to running the manse, teaching Sunday School and other parish duties, she became a member of the Choral Society and director of Norval's Olde Tyme Concerts held at the Anglican Parish Hall. As well, she found time to host garden parties on the lawn of the Presbyterian Church. The village was very dear to Montgomery's heart, and she photographed and recorded in her diary her favourite walking spots along the Credit River and along Russell's Hill of Pines. The people of Norval are proud of its former resident and in this special book Deb has recorded L.M. Montgomery's village life for others to appreciate.This is a beautifully prepared book, mixing interesting stories, history and images of the places and items that were important to the world-famous author of Anne of Green Gables. 209p. illus, index. bibliography. . 1st Can Ed. Softcover. New Book from Publisher.

$30.00

L.M. Montgomery and War
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L.M. Montgomery and War

By McKenzie, Andrea & Ledwell, Jane

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2017. War marked L.M. Montgomery's personal life and writing. As an eleven-year-old, she experienced the suspense of waiting months for news about her father, who fought during the North-West Resistance of 1885. During the First World War, she actively led women's war efforts in her community, while suffering anguish at the horrors taking place overseas. Through her novels, Montgomery engages directly with the global conflicts of her time, from the North-West Resistance to the Second World War. Given the influence of her wartime writing on Canada's cultural memories, L.M. Montgomery and War restores Montgomery to her rightful place as a major war writer. Reassessing Montgomery's position in the canon of war literature, contributors to this volume explore three central themes in their essays: her writing in the context of contemporaneous Canadian novelists, artists, and poets; questions about her conceptions of gender identity, war work, and nationalism across enemy lines; and the themes of hurt and healing in her interwar works. Drawing on new perspectives from war studies, literary studies, historical studies, gender studies, and visual art, L.M. Montgomery and War explores new ways to consider the iconic Canadian writer and her work. 258p. Bibliography. Publisher's publicity sheet laid in.. ARC/Advance Reading Copy. Softcover. Review Copy.

$30.00

Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's  ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)
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Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)

By McHugh,Fiona [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. A chance encounter causes Sunday school teacher Rachel Lynde, Felix, and his sisters and cousin to be quarantined in the farmhouse.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Across the Miles : Tales of Correspondence

By Montgomery,Lucy Maud

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1995. Anthology of interesting tales by L.M.Montgomery originally published in various magazines. Introduction; A Correspondence and a Climax; Cyrilla's Inspiration; Miss Sally's Letter; The Understanding of Sister Sara; Aunt Caroline's Silk Dress; The Old fellows Letter; The Promissory Note; Anna's Love letters; At Five O'Clock in the Morning; The letters; A Fortunate Mistake; The Growing Up of Cornelia; Aunt Susanna's Birthday Celebration; Miss Madeline's Proposal; The Girl & the Photograph; The Jest That Failed; A Millionaire's Proposal; Our Runaway Kite; The Schoolmasters Letters; The Revolt of Mary Isabel. Book plate of previous owner on ffep, else fine. 1st Can Ed. Pbk. Near Fine. Illus. by Ed.Rea Wilmshurst.

$40.00

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