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Bring Anne of Green Gables Home For the Holidays


Are you looking for some wholesome family entertainment?  Bring home Anne of Green Gables for the holidays.  

Anne of Green Gables is based on the 1908 novel by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery.  It was written for all ages to enjoy and has been considered a classic since the mid-twentieth century.
PBS has brought the characters to life in these 3 DVDs available in the PBS shop.

Check out my interview with Ella Ballentine, the star of Anne of Green Gables: 



Anne Shirley earns a spot at Queen's College in far-off Charlottetown, but when Anne departs, Matthew and Marilla feel a sudden emptiness in their lives. And in Charlottetown, Anne is overwhelmed by loneliness, city life, and the pressure of intense competition - especially from Gilbert Blythe. Facing difficult choices, will Anne find that the dark cloud over her life does have a silver lining? 


Anne Shirley is thirteen years old and finds that life in Avonlea is never simple. Torn between her free-spirited nature and her own perceived need to become sensible, Anne finds that the journey toward her goal is fraught with confusion and more than a few unfortunate yet amusing mishaps in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables The Good Stars.


True to the beloved classic that has enchanted fans across the world for over a century, L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables brings to life the story of the determined, spirited little girl who touches the lives of everyone she meets. Starring Ella Ballentine, Sara Botsford, and Martin Sheen as Matthew

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  1. I love these movies and TV shows. Avonlea was a favorite of mine, as was the one with Martin Sheen.

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    1. I do too. Yes Martin is in this one.

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