L.M. Montgomery postcards

Only a true Anne lover would understand the appeal of these postcards: 20 first-edition L.M. Montgomery covers that feature Anne Shirley, Emily Starr, Rilla Blythe, et al. (Click through to the Sullivan website to zoom in on the images.)

When I was about 10 or 11, lazing about on my summer vacation, my mom urged me to read Anne of Green Gables. At first I resisted—I was still deeply into The Baby-Sitters Club and Sweet Valley Twins—but eventually came around. And I actually haven’t stopped reading L.M. Montgomery since (as in, I still read it while eating and have a couple of the free eBooks on my iPhone for down moments). What I tend to do is return to my favorites, which alternate: The Story Girl and The Golden Road, Emily Climbs, Anne of Windy Poplars. I read them the way you sleep into a baggy sweatshirt and cuddle under the down comforter on a chilly gray day.

(via Sullivan Entertainment)


2 thoughts on “L.M. Montgomery postcards

    • The highlights of my youth involve going to B. Dalton at the mall on Friday nights for the latest installation of either BSC or SVT. :) Until I discovered L.M. Montgomery, of course. I was kind of in heaven making a pilgrimage to Green Gables on Prince Edward Island a couple of summers ago! Bummed I didn’t have enough time to walk through the Haunted Wood or Lovers Lane, though, heehee.

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