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    Emily of New Moon

    I wandered over here to see what books there were offered, and I am surprised that none of the Emily series is here. It of course was not as famous as Anne of Green Gables, but has anyone read it?
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    Yes, I read when I was much younger, and I really loved it.

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    I have read both the Anne of Green Gables series and the Emily of New Moon series and I love them both. They really teach you a lot about growing up. A really fun read (especially if your a girl) and I think Emily should also be included on this site.
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    The emily series wouldnt be here because unlike some of the anne books they are all still under copyright I think you will find they were published post 1928 ( or whatever the cut off date was )
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    Thanks for the answer, Nightshade, but it's such a pity!
    Wisdom is better than Wit, and in the long run will certainly have the last laugh on her side.
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    Yeah, I read those books as well and was sort of mesmerized. Come to think of it, I think next time I'm at the library I'll look at them again.
    "The time has come," the Walrus said,
    "To talk of many things:
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    And why the sea is boiling hot--
    And whether pigs have wings."

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