AFTER MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS, WHO SHOULD RETURN to Avonlea but Aunt Hetty’s old flame, Romney Penhallow — and it seems he’s back to win her heart again! As the whole town cheerfully observes Romney’s wooing, the fortress of Hetty’s pride seems to be crumbling. Could Avonlea’s prim and proper schoolmarm really be falling in love?
WHILE THE LADIES GO INTO TOWN FOR AN AUCTION AND the men set off for a day of ice-fishing, Sara and her cousin Felicity King are left to mind the children. But the pleasant day is nearly ruined when petty arguments break out over past wrongs. It is not until Aunt Abigail’s little boy goes missing that the family is drawn back together in desperate search to find him before it’s too late.
WHEN SARA AND FELICITY'S GOSSIP COLUMN ENDS UP ON Page One of the Avonlea Chronical, it looks like editor Aunt Olivia is to blame. Even worse, a ne'er-do-well robs the Chronicle and Jasper Dale's harebrained inventions make him the laughing stock of Avonlea. Sara and Felicity helped get Olivia into this mess...can they help her out of it?
SARA STANLEY FINALLY RETURNS HOME TO MONTREAL, sadly leaving behind Avonlea and her new-found King family. But her joyful reunion with her father is cut short by sudden tragedy, and once again Sara is faced with the prospect of leaving home.
AN ORPHANED BABY SETS THE TOWN OF AVONLEA TOPSY-turvy. As Aunt Hetty and Rachel Lynde squabble over the infant, Sara and Felicity secretly take matters into their own hands — surely, a baby left on the doorstep is just what newlyweds Aunt Abigail and Uncle Malcolm really need!
SARA’S DREAD AT HAVING TO ATTEND HER FIRST SEWING circle turns to delight, when she discovers that as much storytelling as sewing goes on there. And the best story of all is Marilla Cuthbert’s, of a long-ago suitor named Duncan McTavish.