Contest for Anne of Green Gables Fans from Sourcebooks!
Return to the World of Avonlea
With an Anne of Green Gables Contest
“One of the most extraordinary girls that ever came out of an ink pot.” – The New York Times
Did you know that Anne of Green Gables was written over 100 years ago (1908 to be precise) and has sold over 50 million copies worldwide? When did you receive your first copy? Well, it’s time to revisit this classic courtesy of Sourcebooks who will be publishing both paperback and e-books of the beloved author’s works. In addition to delightful new cover art, the books will contain an introduction by the Canadian author’s granddaughter, Kate Macdonald Butler.
So mark your calendar now for the release of the Anne of Green Gables series in February 2014! Sourcebooks is proud to be the new home of L.M. Montgomery’s beloved novels and will continue to publish gorgeous brand new editions of all her classics throughout March and April.
Bookpage is hosting a contest for the Anne of Green Gables series through January 31, 2014 called Kindred Spirits Sweepstakes, where all entries will have a chance to win the following:
- · 1 Grand Prize Winner will win 2 Tiffany & Co. sterling silver key pendants
- · 5 Second Place Winners will receive a full set of the Anne of Green Gables series from Sourcebooks Fire (6 books)
- · 10 Third Place Winners will receive a copy of Anne of Green Gables
Visit their website here for a list of official rules. Submit your entries on the same page, or click here to enter and then tell others about this exciting contest. Plus, you can tell Sourcebooks about your experiences and send them the links so they can share them on their social media sites.
- What memories do you have about reading Anne of Green Gables?
- How did Montgomery’s stories inspire you?
Dive deeper into L. M. Montgomery’s world by “Montgom-ifying” your name, entering giveaways, downloading posters and excerpts and so much more on the Anne of Green Gables page on the Sourcebooks website.
“The books I read most as a child were by Lucy Maud Montgomery…”
– Madeleine L’Engle