By L. M. Montgomery
"Old girl Lloyd"
"Each in His personal Tongue"
"The successful of Lucinda"
"Old guy Shaw's Girl"
"Aunt Olivia's Beau"
"Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's"
"Pa Sloane's Purchase"
"The dating of Prissy Strong"
"The Miracle at Carmody"
"The finish of a Quarrel"
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Chronicles of Avonlea: - by L. M. Montgomery