Montgomery Review 5: The Story Girl

The Story Girl (L.C. Page and Company, 1911)
Cover art for The Story Girl, published by L.C. Page and Company in 1911.

Not since Anne of Green Gables has Miss Montgomery written anything so charming as this new story. Indeed, it is likely that many of her admirers will declare that The Story Girl is superior to even the first great success scored by the author. Prince Edward Island is again made the scene of a story by this gifted writer, and although the principal characters are children the novel will be read with deep interest by adults, for the delightful heroine charms old and young alike with her magnetic personality and her wonderful stories. There is a rich vein of humor running through the book, but more noteworthy is the evidence that Miss Montgomery has made a thorough study of human nature and has put her knowledge to good use in the development of her new romance. —Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph (Pittsburgh, PA)