Annan nuoruusvuodet

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Anna-sarjan ensimmäisessä romaanissa Anna Shirley tulee lastenkodista Vihervaaraan Marilla ja Matthew Cuthbertin kasvatiksi. Tunteellinen ja vilkas punatukka ei aina sovi perinteisten teekutsujen hillittyyn ilmapiiriin, mutta koulussa Anna päihittää jopa paikkakunnan nuoren älykön Gilbert Blythen. Ystävänsä Diana Barryn kanssa Anna perustaa tyttöjen kirjallisen klubin. Neitoset odottavat innokkaasti kolmetoistavuotispäiviään, jolloin he saavat luvan solmia hiuksensa aikuismaiselle nutturalle. L. M. Montgomeryn (1874-1942) Anna-sarja on yksi maailman rakastetuimmista nuortenkirjaklassikoista. Suomessakin yhä uudet lukijapolvet 20-luvulta lähtien ovat päässeet tutustumaan Annan Shirleyn rakastettavan viattomaan, kujeita ja aurinkoa täynnä olevaan elämänpiiriin kanadalaisella Prinssi Edvardin saarella.
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WSOY
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Published on
Apr 15, 2016
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Pages
248
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ISBN
9789510418314
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Language
Finnish
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Genres
Fiction / Classics
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