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by Max Schindler,Enid Blyton

Author: Max Schindler,Enid Blyton
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder Children's Books; Millennium Ed edition (September 21, 2000)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.7
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The naughtiest girl in the school is back! And this term she's trying to be good. But someone wants to spoil things for her. And they're t going to let her forget how she got her nickname! Enid Blyton's work has made a significant contribution to twentieth century literature and literacy, delighting and captivating generations of children.

The Naughtiest Girl Again was the book that introduced me to Elizabeth Allen and her friends at Whyteleafe School

The Naughtiest Girl Again was the book that introduced me to Elizabeth Allen and her friends at Whyteleafe School. I found that the naughtiness of the girl was mostly expressed in the form of a hot temper and I was familiar with this way of expressing oneself because Darrell Rivers in the Malory Towers school books was similarly afflicted. I wondered what bad things had been done by Elizabeth in the first book but in the meantime I had to be content with the one in hand.

Home Enid Blyton The Naughtiest Girl Again. The small Peter got up. His knees were shaking again, for he was greatly in awe of the Head Boy and Girl. The Naughtiest Girl Again, . He stammered as he spoke. P-p-please, William and Rita, Robert d-d-did swing me too high that time, he said.

The Naughtiest Girl Again. Chapter 1: Back at Whyteleafe. Elizabeth was excited. Then Joan had gone back home again for a week or two before school began

The Naughtiest Girl Again. Then Joan had gone back home again for a week or two before school began. Elizabeth was looking forward to seeing her friend again – what fun to sleep in the same dormitory together, to sit in the same form, and to play the same games! Elizabeth had told her mother all about Whyteleafe School. It was a school for boys and girls together, and the children ruled themselves, and were seldom punished by the masters or mistresses. Every week a big School Meeting was held, and all the children had to attend.

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The Naughtiest Girl by Enid Blyton is a popular book series that follows Elizabeth Allen as she makes her way through the progressive boarding school, Whyteleafe

The Naughtiest Girl by Enid Blyton is a popular book series that follows Elizabeth Allen as she makes her way through the progressive boarding school, Whyteleafe. Written by Enid Blyton - the world-famous author of Noddy, the Famous Five and Malory Towers - The Naughtiest Girl series is ideal for children who are experiencing school life. This bumper bind-up of three books in one includes The Naughtiest Girl In The School, The Naughtiest Girl Again and The Naughtiest Girl Is A Monitor.

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But she did not do so well as usual in anything, for as soon as she had a moment to think, she began to plan how she might catch Robert being unkind to someone Belinda and Joan and Nora had a little. talk together, whilst Elizabeth was having her music lesson that day. "We'll have to keep Elizabeth away from Robert for a few days if we can," said Joan. She just hates him, and, you know, she has such a quick temper that she's quite likely to fly at him again if he makes a rude face at he.