“The Story Girl,” by Lucy Maud Montgomery

I chuckle to myself. Lucy Maud Montgomery has once again taken the reader to Prince Edward Island, where we meet the gifted Sara Stanley, otherwise known as “The Story Girl.” 

“The Story Girl sighed again. She loved expressive words, and treasured them as some girls might have treasured jewels. To her, they were as lustrous pearls, threaded on the crimson cord of a vivid fancy . When she met with a new one she uttered it over and over to herself in solitude, weighing it, caressing it, infusing it with the radiance of her voice, making it her own in all it’s possibilities for ever.” ~L.M.Montgomery, The Story Girl

The Story Girl is the delightful tale of Sara Stanley and her friends and their adventures on Prince Edward Island. The Story Girl sees every adventure and experience as an opportunity to tell a wonderful tale that leaves the listener – adult and child alike – listening and wanting more. This is a book to read again and again for all ages. I loved it!



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