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Book ratings by Goodreads. The Mystery of the Missing Man. I really enjoyed reading about The Trebizon Journal and the girls’ creativity and drive was inspiring. Robbie Anderson becomes Rebecca’s boyfriend, and they make a great team altogether. Rebecca is a literate girl with a desire to scribble poetry. Naughtiest Girl Keeps A Secret. If you like this try Wonder Wonder 72 Reviews. By the end of the book, all the magazine drama was forgotten.
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I fisrt have liked more details about the other students and classroom life, such as was there a story behind Debbie’s attitude? Reading the books back now, they are not the most well-written, but the author does a good job of capturing the angst of those early teenage years and the boarding school setting was exotic and fascinating to me.
We can notify you when this item is back in stock. This would be good choice for any tween who struggles with confidence or worries about being the new girl. Naughtiest Girl Helps A Friend: Wonderful characters tebizon lots of excitement and fun.
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Perfect reading for a hungover rainy new year’s day. I would like to read more of these books trebzon am going to get the second one soon. It ended in Tammy 4 February A delightful take on the boarding school story.
Five Go To Mystery Moor. Would you like us to take another look at this review? I really enjoyed this story.
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. First Term at Trebizon. In the beginning, Rebecca had to adapt to boarding schools and the way of living because she had never been. Five Have A Wonderful Time. Rebecca is a writer and wants to be in the school magazine but there ends up being a major problem with that when plagiarism rears its ugly head, the editor the the magazine causes major problems and Rebecca must face the possibility of being kicked out of the school.
This book taught me how boarding school life was in the 70s. When I was finished, my first tho First Term at Trebizon, is a nice, quick read about Rebecca Mason going off to boarding school. Sep 16, Carolynne rated it liked it. However, I eventually decided to give Trebizon another go and while I still much prefer my Blytons, it’s not a bad series after all. I think many can identify with Rebecca. Loved this so much once again.
It definitely had an Enid Blyton aroma but that’s hardly a bad thing in my book. This is a sweet story about life and friendships at boarding school, with a lovely message about honesty. I can’t wait to read the rest, if this is the first. The review must be at least 50 characters long.
I love all the characters, they all have very trebizob qualities, and i like that they don’t always make the right decision, but are still learning about life. Reread in December Dec 26, Toni rated it really liked it Shelves: The fourteen novels were published between and I really enjoyed the book because funny and interesting things happened in the book.
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Anne Digby is the latest in a long line of British authors of school stories. A delightful adventure, in which friendship and truth shine the way. First in an apparently popular series that I’d not heard of before – boarding school stories set trsbizon the 70s which gives them a very different tone to the much earlier ones.
A major theme throughout the series is Rebecca’s burgeoning talent for tennis. Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer Book 1. Book 6 The Naughtiest Girl: Rebecca isn’t much of a character, but I can tell she is going to be. The teachers come across as human beings, the dastardly deed is nicely set up, Exton makes a decent villain and her promise to get revenge is, I hope, played out in one of the later books – there are fourteen in the series and along with an ending that celebrates friendship, this has a lot to like.
Nov 16, Caroline Clancy rated it really liked it. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Lonely and anxious to prove herself, Rebecca decides to write something for the school magazine. There are familiar notes – the early friend who is not, the desire to not seem pushing or overeager, the retreat into solitude after mildly mucking up in the friend department, and the dramatic and compelling injustice.
St Clare’s Collection 1. My favourite characters were Tish and Sue who went from being friends to enemies to friends again. Articles lacking sources from August All articles lacking sources.