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Jane of Lantern Hill Hardcover – February 5, 1989
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This is also one of the few books that deals with the subject of divorce or the separation of parents from the perspective of the child in an intelligent way. Given the time that it was written, divorce was a horrible taboo, and the resolution of the story is a bit unrealistic perhaps. That's the only quibble I have with the book.
Incidentally there was a television movie based on this book, by the same people who did the excellent Anne of Green Gables series (at least, the first two parts of that series were excellent). Don't bother with the Jane movie if you love the book..it only vaguely resembles it.
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Love the twists and turns in this book! I highly recommend this book for age and any gender. Love it!!Published 3 months ago by Gohar Megan Vardanian
One of my favorite books in childhood, though it often gets overshadowed by Anne of Green Gables. The story of a young lady growing up in a house where she feels unwanted and out... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ashley Chew
I gave this book 5 stars because it kept me interested page by page. I revered the way emotions were captured with clarity and ease. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alma Graham
This was a fun light read. I found it to be quite engaging and I finished it more quickly than I anticipated because it caught and held my interest.Published 5 months ago by Rhonda Berg
A girl named Jane grows up in a stuffy Victorian mansion, raised by her loving but flighty mother and her cold, controlling grandmother. Read morePublished 5 months ago by sonnetgirl7