Montgomery, L. M.
Anne of Green Gables is a Canadian classic about a red-headed orphan who was mistakenly sent to live with the siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert. Anne's vivid imagination, appreciation of beauty, and raw emotion make this novel as relatable as it was in 1908. This book is about so much including belonging, growing up, friendship, imagination, and even leadership. It is truly an unforgettable novel that is dear to many generations and countries.
Nadia A (Queen's Square Library)