This book opens with a chronology and a lengthy introduction to Lucy Maud Montgomery's life and works. Annotations accompany the text of the novel explaining references to people, places, literary works, quotations, events, flora, fauna, etc. within the narrative. The volume is filled with illustrations from different editions of Anne and photos of Montgomery, her handwritten manuscript, her childhood home, her school, her parents and family, Prince Edward Island, plants, pictures of the times, and more. ..
John Carstairs is a secret agent. He has an opportunity to save the world. There is a small island in the Aegean Sea where something very strange is happening . The Americans have bought it and built the biggest computer ever. They call it D.O.T.( Data Overseas Transmission) and it sends information to other computers all over the world. All the computers in the world need a special program but this one builds its own program. It works by itself. Its plan is to control all computers all over the world. Will computers control the world? Could computers do this? Will Carstairs be able to stop the computer's plans?
When Christmas comes for the four March girls, there is no money for expensive presents and they give away their Christmas breakfast to a poor family. But there are no happier girls in America than Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy. They miss their father, of course, who is away at the Civil War, but they try hard to be good so that he will be proud of his 'little women' when he comes home. This heart-warming story of family life has been popular for more than a hundred years.