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Penguin announces three Anne publications for 2008!

Penguin announces
three Anne publications for 2008!

Montgomery's Birthday Celebration as Fun as it was Informative

Students from six different elementary school classes gathered at Green Gables November 28th, 29th, and 30th to celebrate L.M. Montgomery's birthday. Montgomery was born November 30th, 1874 in New London (formerly known as Clifton), PEI. Students participated in a tour of the site, as well as a creative activity inside. We would like to thank the Green Gables staff for their incredible work during these very busy days!

Changes to English Grammar Online

(Course Website) Would you like to improve your written communication skills? English Grammar Online is a non-credit course designed for educators, professionals, business people, and all those wishing to refresh their knowledge of the technical aspects of writing. Now you can register for this course when it works best for you instead of waiting for a session to begin.

New Release On DVD!

In 1975 the BBC aired their film adaptation of Anne of Avonlea starring Kim Braden as Anne Shirley and Barbara Hamilton as Marilla Cuthbert. This version had been considered lost until recently. We have just learned that this long lost film is going to be released on DVD on September 5! We'd like to thank Benjamin Lefebvre for the good news. The DVD is available from AMAZON.

New book by Dr. Epperly Successfully Launched

Dr. Elizabeth Rollins Epperly's new book, Through Lover's Lane: L.M. Montgomery's Photography and Visual Imagination (2007, University of Toronto Press) was launched April 26th at the Confederation Centre in Charlottetown. This latest book from Dr. Epperly has been highly anticipated by Montgomery scholars.

The New Anne Has Been Chosen!

The new Anne for the upcoming production of Anne and Gilbert has been selected! From July 15th-September 5th at the Harbourfront Jubilee Theatre, Islander Rebecca Parent will take the stage as the imaginative Anne Shirley.

Avery Award

Award will be granted to a returning UPEI student in their first undergraduate degree in any faculty who has an interest in L.M. Montgomery, a demonstrated aptitude for social media initiatives, and above average writing skills with an understanding of the importance of clear and effective communication. The successful award candidate will receive funding for a learning opportunity project with the LMMI.

Application and more information...

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