Anne of Avonlea (version 2)

Read by Karen Savage

(4.9 stars; 1953 reviews)

The second part in the story of Anne Shirley, covering her years of teaching at Avonlea School, before she heads off to college.

Other books in this series by this reader:
Anne of Green Gables
Anne of the Island
Anne's House of Dreams
Rainbow Valley
Rilla of Ingleside (7 hr 17 min)


An Irate Neighbor 17:14 Read by Karen Savage
Selling in Haste and Repenting at Leisure 10:11 Read by Karen Savage
Mr. Harrison at Home 11:44 Read by Karen Savage
Different Opinions 8:14 Read by Karen Savage
A Full-fledged Schoolma'am 12:11 Read by Karen Savage
All Sorts and Conditions of Men . . . and Women 18:04 Read by Karen Savage
The Pointing of Duty 9:27 Read by Karen Savage
Marilla Adopts Twins 15:19 Read by Karen Savage
A Question of Color 10:19 Read by Karen Savage
Davy in Search of a Sensation 16:56 Read by Karen Savage
Facts and Fancies 15:12 Read by Karen Savage
A Jonah Day 12:18 Read by Karen Savage
A Golden Picnic 17:07 Read by Karen Savage
A Danger Averted 18:52 Read by Karen Savage
The Beginning of Vacation 13:38 Read by Karen Savage
The Substance of Things Hoped For 11:02 Read by Karen Savage
A Chapter of Accidents 17:35 Read by Karen Savage
An Adventure on the Tory Road 15:28 Read by Karen Savage
Just a Happy Day 18:52 Read by Karen Savage
The Way It Often Happens 13:15 Read by Karen Savage
Sweet Miss Lavendar 20:52 Read by Karen Savage
Odds And Ends 7:28 Read by Karen Savage
Miss Lavendar's Romance 11:54 Read by Karen Savage
A Prophet in His Own Country 14:33 Read by Karen Savage
An Avonlea Scandal 20:20 Read by Karen Savage
Around the Bend 18:15 Read by Karen Savage
An Afternoon at the Stone House 19:26 Read by Karen Savage
The Prince Comes Back to the Enchanted Palace 17:22 Read by Karen Savage
Poetry and Prose 11:06 Read by Karen Savage
A Wedding at the Stone House 13:07 Read by Karen Savage


This is an amazing book! I totally recommend this series!

(5 stars)

I have always loved this book! It is one of my favorites in the series! Lucy Maud Montgomery is an amazing author and I love all of her books!l am also such a big fan of Karen Savage! I love how she reads each character with a different voice. It makes the characters come to life. Thank you Ms.Savage!


(5 stars)

I grew up on the two movies they made and obviously Anne of Avonlea is a totally different story in the book then it is in the actual movie. At first wasn't too sure I liked it but now I love the book version as well! I also like that the love story between Gilbert and Anne is it's just brought out deeper by how it is written in the book. luv luv luv it!


(5 stars)

Lucy Maud Montgomery herself would be delighted to hear Karen Savage's interpretation of her stories. She brings them alive, as though she really were Anne. Never will I tire of hearing Karen's reading. Like watching the movie in your head! :)

Perfect Narration

(5 stars)

Karen Savage has never cease to impress me. her voice is perfectly suited for the and books in both the characterization and her style. I don’t think I could even read and without listening to her audio renditions!


(5 stars)

This reader did a tremendous job! Loved her voice! Looking up more books read by her. This story is sweet and has many aspects not mentioned in the movie. As usual, the book is better.

Anne is such a fulfilling character

(5 stars)

Ahh, Anne in the role of a teacher is everything I could ask for. My heart is so full when she talks about her students and I feel an unfamiliar warmth hearing how she's denying her beliefs have changed and ever will change. I love her character to the deepest parts of my soul, I am so glad I came across these books.

(5 stars)

I was surprised to see that our Anne had a dark side! But she is indeed growing up. The second half of the book is best. That’s where the author displays her astounding romantic gift. The narrator has extraordinary talent and makes the book exceptional. She is a treasure in and of herself.


(5 stars)

Read in such amazing manner that I can't even express it. All little joys and details are carefully exposed like ancient artifacts in a museum or roses in an elegant vase.