Anne Shirley is still my kindred!
Now that she has finished school and got a teaching job at home, she really matures more and you can see what kind of woman Anne will become.
This whole book is bascially about Anne, her new teaching job, and twins that Marilla inherits.
Those twins are characters. One, the girl, is prim and does no wrong, while the boy does every thing wrong. Two entirely different people for being womb mates, but I guess that's how it is. I have a set of twin sisters, and they couldn't be more different. So I can definitely relate there.
I look forward to the next book in the series, where she finally goes to college.