One of Davenport's top ten books about hair, as shared at the Guardian:
Anne of Green Gables by L.M. MontgomeryRead about another entry on the list.
Red hair has now become very desirable indeed in children's literature, but poor Anne Shirley hated being teased for her carrot-coloured plaits. In a disastrous attempt to look like her raven-haired friend Diana, she tries to dye her hair black – but it turns out green.
Anne of Green Gables is among the Observer's ten best fictional mothers.
Marilla's raspberry cordial in Anne of Green Gables is one of Jane Brocket's top ten food scenes in children's literature.