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Random House

Random House is a major publisher with offices in Toronto, New York, and London. Over the years, it has been the parent publisher of numerous imprints, including Anchor Canada, Avenel Books, Doubleday Canada, Gramercy Books, Alfred A. Knopf, and Vintage Books. In 2013, Random House amalgamated with Penguin Books worldwide to form Penguin Random House.

Bibliography

2013 (2)

Anne of Avonlea. 1909. London: Vintage Books, 2013. Vintage Classics.

Anne of Green Gables. 1908. London: Vintage Books, 2013. Vintage Classics.

2009 (1)

Anne of Green Gables. 1908. N.p.: Anchor Canada, 2009. Anniversary Edition.

2008 (1)

The Green Gables Collection: Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Avonlea, and Anne of the Island. 1908/1909/1915. N.p.: Doubleday Canada, 2008. 100th Anniversary Edition.

1995 (1)

Anne of Green Gables. 1908. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1995. Everyman’s Library Children’s Classics.

1991 (1)

Anne of the Island and Tales of Avonlea [Anne of the Island, Chronicles of Avonlea, Further Chronicles of Avonlea]. By Lucy Maud Montgomery. 1915/1912/1920. Introduction by Ellen S. Shapiro. New York: Avenel Books/Gramercy Books, 1991.

1990 (1)

Days of Dreams and Laughter: The Story Girl and Other Tales [The Story GirlThe Golden RoadKilmeny of the Orchard]. By Lucy Maud Montgomery. 1911/1913/1910. Introduction by Ellen S. Shapiro. New York: Avenel Books/Gramercy Books, 1990.

1986 (1)

Anne of Green Gables: Three Volumes in One [Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Avonlea, Anne’s House of Dreams]. By Lucy Maud Montgomery. 1908/1909/1917. Introduction by Ellen S. Shapiro. New York: Avenel Books/Gramercy Books, 1986.



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