Christmas With Lucy Maud Montgomery: A Selection Of Stories


Read by David Wales

(4.7 stars; 20 reviews)

This work is a selection of Christmas stories (or sometimes chapters) of Lucy Maud Montgomery from different sources and different times. The focus is widened a bit to include a few works about Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s Day. LMM was a prolific Canadian author in the early 20th century whose works were very popular in her own country as well as the United States, and indeed around the world. Perhaps her most read novel was her first, Anne Of Green Gables. - Summary by david wales (5 hr 31 min)

Chapters

The Christmas Harp (1913) 19:31 Read by David Wales
New Year Resolutions (1913) 21:13 Read by David Wales
Ted's Double: A Christmas Folly (1903) 16:05 Read by David Wales
A Christmas Of Long Ago (1906) 7:08 Read by David Wales
Aunt Susanna's Thanksgiving Dinner (1907) 18:59 Read by David Wales
The Bartlett's Thanksgiving Day (1914) 13:18 Read by David Wales
Elizabeth's Thanksgiving Dinner (1904) 13:54 Read by David Wales
Aunt Cyrilla's Christmas Basket (1903) 18:24 Read by David Wales
Bertie's New Year (1905) 16:00 Read by David Wales
Christmas At Red Butte (1909) 17:44 Read by David Wales
A Christmas Inspiration (1901) 13:58 Read by David Wales
A Christmas Mistake (1899) 17:20 Read by David Wales
The Christmas Surprise At Enderly Road (1905) 11:08 Read by David Wales
Clorinda's Gifts (1906) 11:32 Read by David Wales
The End Of The Young Family Feud (1907) 16:37 Read by David Wales
The Falsoms' Christmas Dinner (1906) 17:04 Read by David Wales
Ida's New Year Cake (1905) 12:52 Read by David Wales
The Josephs' Christmas (1902) 12:47 Read by David Wales
Matthew Insists On Puffed Sleeves - Chapter 25 of Anne Of Green Gables (1908) 21:54 Read by David Wales
The Osbornes' Christmas (1903) 9:10 Read by David Wales
Uncle Richard's New Year's Dinner (1910) 8:53 Read by David Wales
The Unforgotten One (1906) 14:14 Read by David Wales
The Christmas Night (1902) 1:59 Read by David Wales

Reviews

his voice is a little anoying


(4 stars)