The Happiest Summer of Her Life
Her whole life, Jane had believed her father was dead. It was, therefore, quite a shock to receive an invitation to stay with him for the summer on Prince Edward Island. From their very first meeting, Jane falls in love with her charming father and his whimsical cottage on Lantern Hill. A whole summer of fun and adventure, meeting neighbors, and making friends—far away from her grandmother's dreary house in the city. If only she could get her mother to come too.
As Jane juggles her love and loyalty for both parents, she dares to dream...a dream that she and her parents could live together without Grandmother directing their lives—of a house where they could all find home.
What Readers are Saying:
"Out of the fantastic books Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote, Jane of Lantern Hill is my absolute favorite."
"Jane of Lantern Hill is what one comes to expect from a novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery—charming, gentle, and most decidedly hopeful."
"This book is among L.M. Montgomery's best."
"Spellbinding...I don't recommend picking it up unless you have time to read the entire book."
L.M. Montgomery achieved international fame in her lifetime that endures well over a century later. A prolific writer, she published some 500 short stories and poems and twenty novels. Most recognized for Anne of Green Gables, her work has been hailed by Mark Twain, Margaret Atwood, Madeleine L’Engle and Princess Kate, to name a few. Today, Montgomery's novels, journals, letters, short stories, and poems are read and studied by general readers and scholars from around the world. Her writing appeals to people who love beauty and to those who struggle against oppression.