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The golden road (paperback section)

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  • "Golden road"
  • "Golden road"@it
  • "Golden road"@pl

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  • "The King children and the Story girl decide to publish a magazine, Our Magazine, which becomes very entertaining."@en
  • "The King children and the Story Girl decide to publish a magazine, Our Magazine, which becomes very entertaining."
  • "The King children and the Story Girl decide to publish a magazine, Our Magazine, which becomes very entertaining."@en
  • "Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, returns to join the King children in publishing their own local magazine to entertain the town of Carlisle."
  • "Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, returns to join the King children in publishing their own local magazine to entertain the town of Carlisle."@en
  • "Staying the winter on Prince Edward Island with the King family, Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, and the King children decide to publish their own magazine."
  • "Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, gets a chance to put her talents to good use when she spends the winer with the King family in Carlisle. Bored, the children decide to pass the dreary winter by publishing their own magazine."
  • ""Sara Stanley powraca do Carlisle, aby spędzić tam zimę. Aby ubarwić jakoś przyjaciołom nadchodzące, zimowe dni, wpada na pomysł założenia lokalnego pisemka. Nowe dzieło Sary błyskawicznie zdobywa uznanie znajomych i sąsiadów, wzbudzając śmiech, łzy i prowokując mnóstwo przezabawnych zdarzeń. I tylko czas mija nieubłaganie, przypominając Sarze, że nic nie trwa wiecznie - nawet jej pobyt na Wyspie Księcia Edwarda i złocista droga młodości, którą do tej pory kroczyła wraz z przyjaciółmi."--Publisher's description."
  • "The Golden Road is a 1913 novel by Canadian author L.M. Montgomery. As a child, Montgomery learned many stories from her great aunt Mary Lawson. She later used these in The Story Girl and The Golden Road. Montgomery married on July 5th 1911 and left Prince Edward Island. She arrived at Leaskdale, Ontario in October, where her husband served as the minister of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. She began work on this novel on April 30th, 1912, and gave birth to her first son on July 7th. She finished the novel on May 21, 1913, saying "I have been too hurried and stinted for time. I have had t."@en
  • "In this sequel to author Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved novel The Story Girl, Beverley picks up the narrative where it left off in the previous story and fills readers in on all that transpires when the original crew of cousins and friends begins to leave childhood behind in favor of grown-up pastimes and romances. A nostalgic look back at childhood in a long-past era, The Golden Road is a must-read for anyone who ever whiled away a summer trading tall tales with a tightly knit group ..."@en
  • "Staying the winter on Prince Edward Island with the King family, Sara Stanley and the King children decide to publish their own magazine."@en
  • "Boys and girls of a family edit and publish a magazine which is reproduced in full in the book."
  • "When Sara returns to Carlisle to spend the winter with the King family, she comes up with a great idea. To help them through the dreary months ahead, she, Felicity, Cecily, and Dan will publish a magazine."@en
  • "In this sequel to author L. M. Montgomery's beloved novel The Story Girl, Beverley picks up the narrative where it left off in the previous story and fills readers in on all that transpires when the original crew of cousins and friends begins to leave childhood behind in favor of grown-up pastimes and romances. A nostalgic look back at childhood in a long-past era, The Golden Road is a must-read for anyone who ever whiled away a summer trading tall tales with a tightly knit group of friends."@en
  • "When Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, returns to Carlisle to spend the winter with the King family, she comes up with a great idea. To help them through the dreary months ahead, she, Felicity, Cecily, and Dan will publish a magazine. From "Personals" to "Fashion Notes" to an etiquette column and stories of the most interesting happenings in Carlisle, Our Magazine quickly becomes the most entertaining publication anyone in town has ever read. But seasons pass, nothing is forever -- and soon it will be time for the Story Girl to leave her good friends on Prince Edward Island, friends with whom she has walked the golden road of youth."

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  • "Children's stories"
  • "Children's stories"@en
  • "Country life fiction"@en
  • "Literatura kanadyjska dla młodzieży w języku angielskim"@pl
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Powieść młodzieżowa kanadyjska"@pl
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Powieść kanadyjska dla młodzieży w języku angielskim"@pl

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  • "黃金之路"
  • "La route enchantée la conteuse est de retour -- : roman"
  • "Złocista droga"@pl
  • "Złocista droga"
  • "Ōgon no michi"
  • "Ōgon no michi"@ja
  • "The golden road (paperback section)"@en
  • "The Golden road"
  • "La route enchantée, la conteuse est de retour ... : roman"
  • "Cerita sepanjang musim = The golden road"
  • "La via dorata"
  • "La via dorata"@it
  • "The golden road"
  • "The golden road"@en
  • "黄金の道 : ストーリー・ガールpart2"
  • "Golden Road"@en
  • "Jin se shao nian lu = The golden road"
  • "La route enchantée : roman"
  • "Złoty gościniec"
  • "Złoty gościniec"@pl
  • "The Golden Road"@en
  • "The Golden Road"
  • "Huang jin zhi lu"
  • "黄金の道 : ストーリー・ガールpart 2"
  • "La route enchantée"

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