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02: Naughtiest Girl Again
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on 25 May 2010
I have been reading this to my 9 year old daughter, following on from the first book in the series, which was a real hit with her. She really looks forward to bedtime.
Some of the story lines are quite emotionally touching. On a basic level these books are an entertaining read with the general fun and capers of school life, but on a deeper level, there are some great messages in there for little listening ears, about honesty, humility, good friendship and all the other human emotions that are part of growing up. Some of the messages are pretty obviously laid out for an adult reading it, but obviously to the young audience the messages need to be clearly spelled out and it's amazing how well my daughter reacts. Some things are very relevant today and even as an adult I find myself almost heeding the good advice. I can identify well with the messages, such as how feeling good about yourself inside, through good health, self control and self love, can make you work harder and more positively and make you more popular with your piers.
In a society over obsessed with self image, technology and superficial 'social networking', I can think of no better antidote than a good old fashioned book with old fashioned values, and at the very least a cracking good page turner.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 3 January 2013
I loved the "Naughtiest Girl" books as a child and bought this via the Kindle so I could read it to my son.....he loved it.
This is the second of the three Enid Blyton books although I gather more have been written In an Enid Blyton style. It can be read without having to buy the first book.
The story follows up on the continued adventures of Elizabeth Allen at Whytleafe School and introduces several new characters. Elizabeth continues to grow and develop as a person during her second year in the school while encountering challenges in the form of a classmate who s a bully and another who plays nasty tricks on her.
Being Elizabeth, she doesn't always cope with these challenges very well but her inherent goodness shines through and she ends the book in a very feel good way.
Well worth a read......yes the books are a bit dated these days but the charm of them is still there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 17 December 2011
These Enid Blyton books are just wonderful. They are so perfect for a girl, or even a boy aged about 6 upwards who is an early reader. They capture the imagination of a child (adult too) and the words, although simple they are exciting and really bring the characters to life. I can recommend any of these books as an ideal present (I bought two sets of 4 for my two grandaughters aged 6 & 7). They are just the right length, although some maybe a bit short - you just want the stories to go on and on.
As the title suggests 'Naughtiest Girl' doesn't everyone know her? I thought it was my sister that Enid was writing about (She is 60 in January).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Bought for the 12yr old grandson who is a great Enid Blyton fan, I am very pleased to say. No doubt his younger sister will soon pinch it for a good read !
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 26 April 2012
My 7 year old adores these books. She has a much higher reading abilty for her age, and these books are very approapriate for her to read alone, should she wish too.
She has enjoyed Malory towers 1-6, which I can also recommend for young readers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 13 January 2013
I loved this book! I'm reading the series and this really complements the first one nicely. It also has a great yet surprising ending.
I would recommend this book for 7-12 year old because it has some tricky words yet has great enjoyment to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 24 January 2013
I absolutely love these books, along with the other sets - st Claire's and Malory Towers. I read these as a child on the recommendation of my mum who had also read them and I've bought them all again as an adult.

All children should be encouraged to read Enid Blyton though I would say the school sets are more for girls. Howeverm there are the famous five and secret seven sets which would suit either sex.
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on 3 August 2013
I love this book I love reading the naughtiest girl in the school I can get into trouble a bit during German lessons but there always fun just like Elizabeth and Roberts classes such a classical book. Enjoys it even though I am a teenager I still enjoy reading books by Enid Blyton especially the naughtiest for books and th Malory towers books I love them amazing boo can't wait to read the rest of the naughtiest girl in the school books only read the first t yet xxx
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 December 2012
Real good clean fun and shows how to cope with problem people. We found it good family reading and lots of laughs
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on 8 September 2014
Review by my 10yr old daughter: I read this book following on from the first one and I think it is brilliant. Elizabeth Allen is a hot tempered girl that is trying this term to be good as gold but as usual she can not help herself. I found myself admiring her for what she does. When I was younger I begged my parents to go to boarding school but I found myself wanting to go to a school like Whytfale. In a word awesome.
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