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By: Brazil Angela

Price: $115.00

Publisher: Blackie & Son Limited:

Seller ID: 009676

Condition: Good

Photos tell the story, dj has a red drink splash (what other colour possible?), 1st page has a 1943 gift inscription inscription. Clean and well bound pp (spill is only to compressed edge & not inside, dj protected in plastic. "In offering the public this happy little autobiography, Miss Brazil yields to the urgent demand of numerous readers who regard her as not only a favourite authoress, but as a friend in the truest sense of the word. Here the friend reveals herself- the writer slips away into a pleasant background of home life from which the Miss Brazil of to-day quite naturally emer... View more info

The New Chalet School

By: Brent-dyer, Elinor M.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: UK, Amada Books, UK: 1981

Seller ID: 009892

Condition: Very Good

green pencil 1st page - all others 100%. plot > The Chalet School and St Scholastika's become a single school after Miss Browne, the headmistress of St Scholastika's wins a law-suit and retires. She offers her school as a whole to Madame and Mademoiselle Lepattre, who accept. Due to the addition of more than 40 pupils as well as new staff, the Chalet School is quite crowded, so plans are made for the building of a new house, as well as the acquisition of a nearby chalet. As the students try to become a united school, the Mystic M play a series of pranks on both the school itself and people... View more info

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Convent Cat

By: Iguchi, Bunshu

Price: $30.00

Publisher: London, Hamish Hamilton: 1975

Seller ID: 009328

Condition: Very Good

Foxing on endpapers only (Grrrr!)- beautiful watercolour illustrations throughout the 20 or so pp, pp are really nice heavy quality papers with a nice feel. English text by Barbara Willard. View more info

A Schoolgirl Adventurer A Story of the '45

By: Moore, Dorothea

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London, Black: 1927

Seller ID: 009575

Condition: Good-fair

A Schoolgirl Adventurer. London, A. and C. Black, 1927. ... Dorothea Moore endeavoured to produce a more robust type of fiction than the unexciting domestic stories that had hitherto been put to market. Dorothea Mary Moore - born in Islington 27 February 1880, was 1 of 5 children. In 1909 she lived in Aberdeen. She had plays performed by the Alexander Maclean Company. She served as a VAD in 1914, died in London, 1933. View more info

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Lovey Mary

By: Rice, Lice Hegan

Price: $24.00

Publisher: UK, Hodder & Stoughton: 1934

Seller ID: 009708

Condition: Good

This book has been reprinted an amazing number of times since first run in 1903. 191 pp The story begins. Everything about Lovey Mary was a contradiction, from her hands and feet, which seemed to have been meant for a big girl, to her high ideals and aspirations, that ought to have belonged to an amiable one. The heroine of the story takes off from an institution & takes a little one with her review > I would give this book 10 stars if I possibly could! It is a wonderful book...It follows the life of Lovey Mary, a young woman who claims "it ain`t hard to be good when folks love you." S... View more info