Selected Reviews for Anne’s Kindred Spirits
Highly Recommended, CM Magazine
“Both illustrations and text work together . . . to create a compelling book for young readers [and] adult readers who grew up with Anne stories, now sharing them with a new generation."
“Keep[s] readers engaged and entertained throughout.”
School Library Journal
"Early readers will enjoy a gentle introduction to a literary heroine, as well as a relatable tale about friendship."
Anne is nervous and excited to meet Diana, a neighbor girl who she just knows will be a kindred spirit. She’s even more excited when she learns that she’s invited to her very first picnic! Until Marilla’s precious brooch goes missing and it looks like it’s Anne’s fault. That is, Marilla is upset and Anne’s picnic adventure is now in jeopardy. Ultimately, the misunderstanding with the brooch is resolved and Anne is able to go to the picnic. Anne and Diana’s friendship blossoms and Anne’s bond with Matthew and Marilla grows stronger.