Anne of Ingleside, L. M. Montgomery, 4.6 stars, 274 pages
Anne has moved away from her dear House of Dreams to Ingleside, because the family was growing too large: at seven, and with a baby on the way! Her children have their funny friends, faults and foes, but they're put to a slight pause when the horribly aggravating Aunt Mary Maria come, and stays longer than called for. Even with this, and much more, Anne loves the Ingleside happenings until she starts to worry that ______* doesn't care for her as much as usual. It just takes Anne to make her husband love her again!