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When her beloved father dies, thirteen-year-old Emily Starr, orphaned and loney, is sent to live with her mother's relatives at New Moon Farm, but despite her stern Aunt Elizabeth and malicious classmates, Emily's quick wit and lively imagination help her to form friendships and begin to feel at home.
Friendship, Orphans, Children and adults, Authorship, Women poets, Farm life
Prince Edward Island
Children's Literature Collection
Montgomery, Lucy Maud, "Emily of New Moon" (1923). Children's Literature Books. 50.