The Naughtiest Girl in the School (Red Fox middle fiction) Paperback – 1 Dec 1986
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A classic Enid Blyton story...perfect for Blyton fans (Woking Advertiser) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A classic school series with timeless appeal. Elizabeth doesn't want to go to boarding school - so she decides to be as naughty as she can! But she soon finds out it isn't as easy as it seems ... --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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I'll arrange for my younger grandchildren to acquire the CDs, and I'll make a date to join them, and we'll listen with chuckles and giggles and ice creams and I'll go way way back (privately!) into the memory of Times Past.
Yes, Blyton couldn't Write, and her stories are full of bias and prejudice and class consciousness and covert racism, and goody goody girls, and lacrosse! But - what stories she told! And how many! Malory Towers with Darrell, the Adventure series with Bill Smugs (very grown-up, those), St Clares with the O'Sullivan twins, The Faraway Tree, kind Big Ears...
They'll go on for ever. Dear me, no time to lose.
Enjoy them. Love them.
All about a spoilt little girl who is sent to boarding school, tries to be sent away, and doesn't succeed, growing to love the place instead.
Maybe the parents of some of our current politicians could have had the same idea ...
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As described, played all the time by my granddaughter.
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This old favourite stands the test of time! Good vocabulary for 8-12 year olds, also enjoyable for adults! Gripping story-line, too!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
My children love listening to this. My son listens to it at night & will often ask me the meaning of words he has heard used in the CD.Published 15 months ago by kat
Not only great listening for the grandchildren but, for our daughter too! Brilliant discussion ensued after listening. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Creative & crafty
I read these books when i was 12 (long time ago) and i'm now buying them for my 6 year old to listen to. She really enjoys them just before bedtime.Published on 12 Jun. 2014 by Rebecca Hepworth