Rainbow Valley

Read by Robin Cotter

(4.6 stars; 332 reviews)

Rainbow Valley, the seventh book in the Anne of Green Gables series explores the world of Anne & Gilbert’s six children along with the exploits of the Merediths, the children of the town’s new minister. With no mother and an absent-minded father, the Meredith children are not being properly brought up. This leads to their many adventures causing the ladies of the town to gossip, risking their father's job. These kind-hearted, but misguided children fumble their way through bringing themselves up, and learn about life and love along the way. Summary by Robin Cotter (8 hr 51 min)


Home Again 10:19 Read by Robin Cotter
Sheer Gossip 22:05 Read by Robin Cotter
The Ingleside Children 15:36 Read by Robin Cotter
The Manse Children 21:15 Read by Robin Cotter
The Advent of Mary Vance 27:41 Read by Robin Cotter
Mary Stays at the Manse 10:50 Read by Robin Cotter
A Fishy Episode 16:42 Read by Robin Cotter
Miss Cornelia Intervenes 15:54 Read by Robin Cotter
Una Intervenes 21:48 Read by Robin Cotter
The Manse Girls Clean House 14:24 Read by Robin Cotter
A Dreadful Discovery 8:47 Read by Robin Cotter
An Explanation and a Dare 17:04 Read by Robin Cotter
The House on the Hill 21:34 Read by Robin Cotter
Mrs. Alec Davis Makes a Call 21:09 Read by Robin Cotter
More Gossip 16:34 Read by Robin Cotter
Tit for Tat 26:34 Read by Robin Cotter
A Double Victory 20:22 Read by Robin Cotter
Mary Brings Evil Tidings 10:35 Read by Robin Cotter
Poor Adam! 8:36 Read by Robin Cotter
Faith Makes a Friend 11:50 Read by Robin Cotter
The Impossible Word 21:41 Read by Robin Cotter
St. George Knows All About It 12:39 Read by Robin Cotter
The Good-Conduct Club 21:10 Read by Robin Cotter
A Charitable Impulse 14:55 Read by Robin Cotter
Another Scandal and Another "Explanation" 15:31 Read by Robin Cotter
Miss Cornelia Gets a New Point of View 14:17 Read by Robin Cotter
A Sacred Concert 8:14 Read by Robin Cotter
A Fast Day 9:43 Read by Robin Cotter
A Weird Tale 8:04 Read by Robin Cotter
The Ghost on the Dyke 10:37 Read by Robin Cotter
Carl Does Penance 10:37 Read by Robin Cotter
Two Stubborn People 13:00 Read by Robin Cotter
Carl Is--not--whipped 11:29 Read by Robin Cotter
Una Visits the Hill 12:34 Read by Robin Cotter
"Let the Piper Come" 7:15 Read by Robin Cotter


(5 stars)

The narrator is terrible but the story is wonderful! I wish Karen Savage had narrated this one. She is fantastic.

(4 stars)

Though I don't like it as much as the previous books Rainbow Valley is still a fun book. I guess I didn't find the parts that were supposed to be humorous as funny as I did in the other books and events seemed more random. I thought Robin Cotter did quite a good job. Of course it's difficult to top Karen Savage so if you listened to her all the previous books it isn't the same. However, after a few chapters I got used to the change and thought she did a good job, plus I for one really appreciate having just one reader for a book.

Great story

(4.5 stars)

this is a wonderful playful story! the reader is very depressing but very clear to understand.

love it

(4.5 stars)

This is a must read!!!!!!!!! I can't tell you how much I love the Anne of green gables series!! One thing is you HAVE to start at the beginning, Anne of green gables then so on to the next book.❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚❤️📚

Much Enjoyed

(5 stars)

I've read Rainbow Valley numerous times, but I really enjoyed listening to this narrator's presentation. I've noticed that some other reviewers didn't like her reading. But I appreciated her steady, smooth and slower narration. Many thanks!

great story

(3 stars)

such a sweet little story. the narrator was very monotone, but once I got into the story it was easy to overlook.

(4 stars)

It was a fun story of children growing up in the Rainbow Valley. The author did a nice job of bringing us through the trials and tribulations of these people. I only disliked just a few technical errors. One of which was the little girl who legs were blue from the cold but yet she ran through slushie mud puddles and snow playing with the other children is if this was not a problem. Physiologically, frostbite tends to occur in those situations; a person can't just get used to it.

(5 stars)

I am a fan of L.M. Montgomery; and this book, though different from the previous Anne Books, still was worth the read. The narrator, Robin Cotter, did an excellent job of vocally maintaining the personalities of such a large cast of characters. Her diction was flawless, though there were some mispronounced words. Ms. Cotter must be kind and very feminine, for her most expressive moments were manifest when interpreting female characters with such attributes listed above.