Anne's House of Dreams is a 1917 novel by the Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. It is a sequel to Anne of Windy Poplars and is the fifth book chronologically (fourth published) in the Anne of Green Gables series. Anne Shirley, after a three-year stint as the principal of Summerside High School, marries Gilbert Blythe on her last day as a resident of Green Gables. After their wedding, Anne and Gilbert move to a district sixty miles away known as Four Winds, where they purchase their "House of Dreams". Now Anne, who has finally departed forever from Green Gables, must experience her new married life and befriend the unfamiliar community of Four Winds.
- Text of Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne's House of Dreams on Wikisource.
- Free public domain audiobook of Anne's House of Dreams from LibriVox.
- Anne's House of Dreams on Anne of Green Gables Wiki.
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