There is no dedication, because this book was initially published without the author's consent.
Nestled in the seaside hills of Prince Edward Island, there's a road to a place called Green Gables, where a girl named Anne grew up. Here, not far from the cold Atlantic Ocean and close to the warmth of a loving heart, is Avonlea.
In this second volume of wonderful adventures, a ghostly appearance in a garden teaches us about the real meaning of love... a young girl risks losing her dear mother to find the father she never knew... and a foolish lie threatens to make a spinster the town's laughing-stock when an imaginary lover comes to town for real! Warm and exciting, these delightful tales are stories to cherish, in a book you'll never want to end. (from the 1998 Bantam Books reissue)
- "Aunt Cynthia's Persian Cat"
- "The Materializing of Cecil"
- "Her Father's Daughter"
- "Jane's Baby"
- "The Dream-Child"
- "The Brother Who Failed"
- "The Return of Hester"
- "The Little Brown Book of Miss Emily"
- "Sara's Way"
- "The Son of His Mother"
- "The Education of Betty"
- "In Her Selfless Mood"
- "The Conscience Case of David Bell"
- "Only a Common Fellow"
- "Tannis of the Flats"
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- Road to Avonlea (1990-1996) is a Canadian television series that borrows stories from Chronicles of Avonlea, Further Chronicles of Avonlea, The Story Girl and The Golden Road.
Behind the scenesEdit
- The book was published without the permission of L. M. Montgomery, and was formed from stories she had decided not to publish in the earlier Chronicles of Avonlea. Montgomery sued her publishers, L.C. Page & Co, and won $18,000 in damages after a legal battle lasting nearly nine years.