Anne's bright passage from childhood into adolescence has won international acclaim for the novel; it has gone through numerous editions, has been translated into at least 15 languages and has twice been made into a film. A musical version of the story has played annually in Charlottetown, PEI, since 1965, and in
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Links to Other Sites
Canadian Heroes in Fact and Fiction
See brief profiles and bibliographies for many notable historical Canadian figures (real and fictional). From Library and Archives Canada.
L.M. Montgomery Institute
An extensive information source about celebrated Canadian author L.M. Montgomery.
Canadian Children’s Book Centre
See the latest book reviews and award announcements, events, awards, and more. A great resource for parents, librarians, teachers, and writers.
Anne & Gilbert
The website for the Canadian musical "Anne & Gilbert," based on the sequel novels to Anne of Green Gables. Features audio clips and lyrics of songs from the show.
Anne of Green Gables
A brief article about the many theatrical versions of Lucy Maude Montgomery's book “Anne of Green Gables.” From the “Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia.”
Beyond Green Gables: The Life of Lucy Maud Montgomery
Watch video clips the from the CBC Archives that focus on the life and literary legacy of author Lucy Maud Montgomery. Includes a CBC documentary clip about the creation of "Anne of Green Gables: The Musical" by Don Harron and Norman Campbell.
Green Gables Heritage Site
Take a virtual tour of Green Gables Heritage Site, which has become internationally famous as the inspiration for the setting in Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic tale of fiction, "Anne of Green Gables." From Parks Canada.
L.M. Montgomery™ Research Centre
The L.M. Montgomery™ Research Centre website provides online access to the extensive L.M. Montgomery Collection of the University of Guelph Library.
Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada
The website for Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada, home to sand dunes, barrier islands and sand pits, beaches, sandstone cliffs, wetlands and forests. Also features unique cultural resources, notably Green Gables and Dalvay-by-the-Sea National Historic Site. From Parks Canada.
A CBC obituary for Elaine Campbell, co-creator of the Anne of Green Gables musical.
Road to Avlonea
The website for the popular television series "Road to Avlonea."
Anne of Green Gables - The Musical
The official website for "Anne Of Green Gables - The Musical," a musical production based on the novel, Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Anne of Green Gables: Jackie Burroughs
Jackie Burroughs performs the poem "The Wreck of Hesperus" in this segment from the television miniseries "Anne of Green Gables."
Road to Avonlea- Behind the Scenes 3
Watch a revealing behind the scenes look at the popular CBC Television series "Road to Avonlea." Features interviews with cast and crew. From YouTube.
Lucy Maud Montgomery's long road to fame
This clip from CBC Television's "Life & Times" reviews the two decades of struggles and triumphs that led to the breakthrough success of Anne of Green Gables. Narrated by Jackie Burroughs and Mike Jones.
Hagood Hardy - Anne of Green Gables
Listen to an audio clip from the score for the iconic Canadian television series "Anne of Green Gables". Composed by Hagood Hardy. From YouTube.
Anne of Green Gables to be remade for TV
A news story about an Anne of Green Gables television series, reported to be a joint project between Toronto's Breakthrough Entertainment and the author's heirs, led by Macdonald Butler. From toronto.com.
An obituary for Elaine Campbell, lyricist of Canadian hit musical "Anne of Green Gables." From playbill.com.