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You'll see-they won't keep the naughtiest girl in the school for long!" Miss Scott took her to the station and then up to London in the train. She went with Elizabeth . The Naughtiest Girl in the School book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Elizabeth Allen is spoilt and selfish. When she'. download the eBook The Naughtiest Girl: Naughtiest Girl In The School, Book 1 by Enid Blyton online from Australia's leading online eBook store. Download eBooks.
A rare, complete serial story about a very special school. An interview with Enid Blyton about her school days. Enid Blyton's experiences as a teacher. A timeline of the author's life. Photos from Enid Blyton's younger days. Sign up to our newsletter today! Click here for more details Telegraph bookshop. The Naughtiest Girl: Naughtiest Girl In The School: Description In Enid Blyton's bestselling school series Elizabeth Allen is sent away to boarding school and makes up her mind to be the naughtiest pupil there's ever been.
But soon she finds out that being bad isn't as simple as it seems Information Format: EPUB Pages: Hachette Children's Group Publication Date: General ISBN: Add to Basket. The Magic Faraway Tree: Apr 17, Imsathya rated it really liked it.
Of all Ms Blyton's school series, the Whytleafe School series featuring Elizabeth Allen have remain personal favorites since I read them about three decades ago. Even when I was young, the notion of student based bodies - students bringing problems and students solving it themselves in a common forum - made a deep impression on me.
There are also socialistic tendencies around everyone getting an equal share of money which also seemed to be so right to me. So to me, the Naughtiest Girl series was Of all Ms Blyton's school series, the Whytleafe School series featuring Elizabeth Allen have remain personal favorites since I read them about three decades ago.
So to me, the Naughtiest Girl series was quite radical in concept. Then the characters themselves were so lovable. Elizabeth is feisty and utterly charming.
You cannot but help like her from the word go. She is easily my favorite Blyton character. The head and girl Rita and William, the Beauty and the Beast head mistresses seem to the wise people we can aspire to.
Blyton's portrayal of Elizabeth as a grey character, how she swings from the black to the white makes her a triumphant creation and perhaps a unique heroine in the annals of "boarding school" heroines. I never got around to reading them until one Friday afternoon a couple of weeks ago. The books all seem a bit formulaic and I had to constantly remind myself that they were written at a totally different time in a rather different society.
My inner feminist was screeching indignantly. I reject the notion of a uniform society, no matter how polite. Being different, being individual should be celebrated in kids as well as in adults.
I am not really familiar with whole literary sub-genre of boarding school setting, but I always had a soft spot for it, glorifying life at boarding school I did, obviously, never attend one myself. I only owned one or two books set in the BS environment when I was a kid and I adored them. I seriously doubt the appeal of this book to young children today. There are a few points in its favour: Just to mention two: Then again, the Harry Potter books worked fine without technical gadgetry, but they had spells and potions to counter that lack not to mention, a lot more suspense with the fight of good vs evil and far more action.
The whole book is extremely feeling-based.
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The most important thing is to pass the judgement and gain the appraisal of others. If one were inclined to do so, one could break the entire novel into lessons: The almost socialist self-governance of the pupils amused me. Jun 22, Fiona Baker rated it it was amazing. The very first "proper" book I ever read.
I think I was maybe 7 or 8 years old. It has lead to 35 yrs of reading with a passion, s of books many I'll never remember reading but this one I'll never forget. I can even remember the point in time when I finished it, where I was at home and how proud I was of myself.
Most importantly how proud my dad was of me. He too had a passion for reading and loved books. Apologies to those reading this expecting a review and not my trip down memory lane Nevertheless, if choosing this for your child my childhood self says Not Blyton's best, despite the catchy title and the appealing cover.
I still like The Twins at St Clare's series the best.
Jul 09, Georgia Hurley rated it really liked it. OMG I loved these books so much bless.
Apr 01, Stephanie rated it really liked it Shelves: I love all Enid Blyton book, this is one of them. The Naughtiest Girl in the School has so many good points. It teach us about kindness, sharing, honesty and friendship. Elizabeth Allen is a pretty and smart little girl who been entered to boarding school by her mother. But the more time she spends there, the more she likes and happy I love all Enid Blyton book, this is one of them. She has a good experience in that school and got so many friends.
Although she makes much trouble but she actually a kind and soft heart girl. I like the Whyteleafe school system which make student independent and responsible. I think the book is enjoyable to read and good for children.
Dec 27, Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore rated it really liked it Shelves: Not a series I read much of as a child.
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Also unlike EB's other schools, this one is coed. Elizabeth soon despite her efforts to the contrary not only enjoys school but also makes a friend but will she have the courage to change her mind about leaving?
My daughter has really enjoyed this as a chapter book for bedtime reading, thanks to myself enjoying a trip down memory lane she's been up later than usual for "one more chapter" on many a night. I love that my children love books as much as me.
Selalu suka rasanya tiap baca ulang karya Enid Blyton yang satu ini. Ada beberapa novelnya yang bercerita tentang sekolah asrama tapi seri Si Badung masih menjadi favorit saya. Saya nyaris berkaca-kaca saat membaca bagian Joan dan ibunya saling mengungkapkan perasaan, dan itu berkat Elizabeth yang karakternya unik dan bikin saya gemes juga mesem-mesem sama ulahnya.
Saya suka konsep sekolahnya. Meski entah mengapa saya kok rasanya agak gimana gitu kalau harus bahas keburukan tiap orang di sesi Rapa Selalu suka rasanya tiap baca ulang karya Enid Blyton yang satu ini. Meski entah mengapa saya kok rasanya agak gimana gitu kalau harus bahas keburukan tiap orang di sesi Rapat Besar. Iya sih, ada hubungannya ke sanksi sosial juga, dan untungnya siswa-siswinya tipe yang ga usil dengan malah jadiin bahan bully-an misalnya.
Tapi saya tetap aja agak sedikit pesimis kalau di dunia nyata seperti itu adanya, yang ada malah setelah RB selesai terus jadi bahan olokan kalau lihat polah pelajar masa kini. Soalnya RB kan buka aib seseorang di depan semua orang padahal toh sanksi masih bisa diterapkan dengan adanya skema musyawarah mufakat dengan orang-orang tertentu saja, ga harus melibatkan semua murid.
Rasanya seperti kembali ke era natalis konsep demokrasi, hehehe. Semoga aja saya bakal bahas detail masalah ini di review blog saya. Kalau ga lupa dan rajin cari data, wkwkwk. Ahhh I adore this book!
I used to read it all the time when I was a kid after my mum gave me the copy she had growing up. I've been in such a slump lately and thought I would read an older book to get me back into reading.
I'd forgotten how cute the book actually is!! Four out of five stars but only recommended to people who are already fans of Enid Blyton's work, since this book is very different to children's literature of this day and age. Apr 21, Iqa Chan rated it it was amazing. Enid Blyton turned me to be a child again. It was a great children's book I ever read.
She used simple English, well-description for each character and the stories made you want to read more and more. I read in , and never regret to read one. May 07, Jayne Catherine pinkett rated it really liked it Shelves: Read this for buzzwordathon GIRL in the title. Favourite of mine 's Very much of the time but important messages within. Full review to come on my channel.
Aug 22, Andrea rated it it was amazing. A lot! May 19, Muskan rated it really liked it. Back in my childhood i used to read a lot of blyton books and the story of elizabeth allen and her struggle in the school was worth a read.
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For me it was a very sweet story. May 31, Natalie rated it really liked it Shelves: Really enjoyed reading this c: Brilliant children's novel with great character development. I look forward to reading more in the series. Mar 19, Cameron Beck rated it it was amazing. I read some of Enid Blyton's book as a child but hadn't even heard of this series she wrote back in This is a book my daughter is reading and since I love the genre of Children's books, I picked this up.
This book is really set on a wonderful pretense, children are made to behave not by strict adults governing their behavior but because they are judged and governed by their peers, other children. Elizabeth Allen is an awfully spoilt child, she is an only child, living a very privileged life I read some of Enid Blyton's book as a child but hadn't even heard of this series she wrote back in Elizabeth Allen is an awfully spoilt child, she is an only child, living a very privileged life with her parents and a long string of Nanny's that she single handedly runs out of the house with her horrible behavior and endless pranks.
Elizabeth's parents are at their wits end because they know their child is a good child at the core but she insists on acting badly and cannot be controlled so they tell her that she is being sent away to Whyteleafe Boarding School. As soon as Elizabeth hears this news she is determined to act her naughtiest and most horrid at the school at all times so that the school will have no choice but to send her home at half term.
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Elizabeth starts off in earnest on this task but along the way she finds that Whyteleafe has many wonderful activities that she enjoys Painting, Music, Gardening and Horseback riding to name a few and along the way, she even makes some friends. The whole concept of being governed and judged by fellow classmates in this very egaleterian world of Whyteleafe is all very appealing and unusual and Elizabeth in the end, really thrives. May 24, Anthea Manuel rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really like this book.
But then I love all Enid Blyton books. Elizabeth Allen has never been to school before and she thinks she will hate it.
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But instead she loves it of course it took a few tricks and punishments but that's what makes all the more wonderful. In the beginning she made everyone think she was horrid but then she changed. I love how she becomes friends with Joan and tries to do nice things for her but in the wrong way unknowingly. She thought that she st I really like this book. She thought that she still wanted to go home but after realizing that when you want to do something but you don't because you made a decision not to do it is being feeble minded, she changed her mind, sup rising the whole school and stayed.
So, Yay!!! Chappaqua, NY library. Elizabeth Allen is such a rude and provoking child that her governess quits and her parents, in despair, send her to boarding school. To punish them for sending her away, Elizabeth is determined to be the naughtiest girl in the school and thus be expelled as quickly as possible. Whyteleafe School is unusual because it is both co-ed and more or less self-governing in an era where all schools in fiction were single sex and the teachers all powerful.
The Head Boy and Girl are portrayed as so wise Elizabeth Allen is such a rude and provoking child that her governess quits and her parents, in despair, send her to boarding school.I look forward to reading more in the series. The books all seem a bit formulaic and I had to constantly remind myself that they were written at a totally different time in a rather different society.
My inner feminist was screeching indignantly. Blyton's portrayal of Elizabeth as a grey character, how she swings from the black to the white makes her a triumphant creation and perhaps a unique heroine in the annals of "boarding school" heroines.
After the End After the End. Nor is she given any information about the school and how it functions and her very natural fears of going to a strange place and meeting strange people is not put to rest, except to tell her that she will become a better person because no one would put up with her nonsense at Whyteleafe School.
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