I want to thank L. M. Montgomery for many, many hours spend enjoying her books, which have humor, thoughtfulness, and warmth rarely found. These are healing for the soul.
The Anne books are justifiably the most popular, but I very much liked the Emily books too (and Storygirl).
Anne of Windy Poplars audiobook by Lucy Maud Montgomery (266 MB). zip file.
The fourth book in the Anne Shirley series.
(Published as Anne of Windy Willows in the UK, Australia , and Japan.)
(Alternatively, a MP3 version, zip file.)
It is presently not available commercially in most countries, and it was not easy to find otherwise, so I decided to compile it into a real audio book, one file with cover and all, and put up the link.
Hurrah! After half a year's work, my friend Pat in the US managed to find a good copy of the tapes of the last book about Anne!
And he converted them to digital for me. Trust you won't find this better, because he has top-pro equipment, and does this kind of work for The Library of Congress!
(I converted the files to an audiobook with cover.)
Without further ado, the very rare Anne of Ingleside audiobook.
(MP3 version, zip file.)
Thanks for all the pleasant comments, folks!
Not all devices are set up to play audiobook files. I play them in iTunes or on an iPod (get used ones cheap) or iPhone or iPad.
I think iTunes software is still available for free for Windows PCs.
If all fails, notice the alternative download links for the universal MP3 format.