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Anne with an E Pretties

So the lovely Tundra Books recently issued these utterly swoonworthy paperback editions of L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series, and I literally cannot look away. This is a series that is very near and dear to my heart as my mother read them all aloud to me as a girl, but which strangely I've never really set about collecting pretty editions of (or even matching ones). I know. I shock myself. And it seems they may only be available in Canada at present. But these? These are the ones, guys.

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  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE x100000

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  2. OMG, I need these. Those are beautiful - the colors especially! Wow.

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  3. Best. Covers. Ever.

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  4. Right? I mean, yeah.

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  5. Need is the word. I'm suddenly stalking Canadian booksellers.

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  6. They really are. I need them on my shelves ASAP.

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  7. Ooooooooo...I think I need these. Immediately!

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  8. I know! So beautifully designed.

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  9. I really really need these.

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  10. OMG! I need these, but I just got the collection with the old covers!! GAH!

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  11. Oh no! Sigh. I hate it when I do that. Unknowingly, of course. But still.

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