Editorial Reviews. Review. A classic Enid Blyton story perfect for Blyton fans Woking Advanced Search · site Store · site eBooks · Children's eBooks. Read "Naughtiest Girl 1: Naughtiest Girl In The School Book 1" by Enid Blyton available from Rakuten Kobo. Elizabeth Allen is spoilt and selfish. When's she's. 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'.

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(ebook) The Naughtiest Girl Collection 1 from Dymocks online store. Enid Blyton's very funny school series follows Elizabeth. Naughtiest Girl: Naughtiest Girl In The School (eBook) available to download online at Many ways to pay. Non-Returnable. We offer fast, reliable. The Naughtiest Girl: Naughtiest Girl In The School: Book 1, EPUB eBook In Enid Blyton's bestselling school series Elizabeth Allen is sent away to boarding.

The school is essentially run by the children themselves and simply overseen by the adult headmasters.

Whyteleafe One of the most important elements of The Naughiest Girl series is, in fact, the operating style of the boarding school. For starters, Whyteleafe is a mixed gender boarding school, which is rare for this type of school, especially in the 40s and 50s.

In addition to this, children themselves are responsible for the discipline of each other, and have genuine interest in the positive development of fellow students.

The children are also required to pool their money for equal distribution among students. Elizabeth Allen In the beginning of the series, readers learn that the main character, Elizabeth Allen, is a rather spoiled child who has had no real interaction with the outside world, as her education has been the sole responsibility of her governess.

However, when her parents decide to leave for a year, they see fit to place her in a boarding school for the purpose of exposing her to other children. Blyton makes it clear to readers that Elizabeth is not a fan of this decision.

When her attempts to prevent being sent to the boarding school fall short, Elizabeth decides on behaving so poorly in school that she will be expelled within months, thus establishing her place as the naughtiest girl about which the series is written. Books The series follows Elizabeth and her newfound friends through a collection of adventures, including milestones for children, like learning to keep secrets, helping a friend, etc.

Reviews note that each book has a thick theme of morality, which is not unusual for books geared toward this age group. As a spoiled only child, Elizabeth is outraged when she is sent to a boarding school to interact with other children for the first time in her life and decides to misbehave so badly that she is sent home. To her surprise, Elizabeth finds that she enjoys interacting with the other children and actually forms a strong friendship with one particular girl that ultimately leads to a series of events that form the meat of the first book.

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The Naughtiest Girl Again By the time the second book is released, Elizabeth Allen has changed courses and returns to the school with hopes of being the best, instead of the worst, behaved student. However, run-ins with a few new characters prove to make this goal a bit more difficult than before, and she must overcome these challenges to continue on her track to being the best student.

What Else? The Naughtiest Girl books were, however, converted to audio books and are still available as well as the printed books. 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.

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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. Her parents send her to Whyteleafe, a school with Socialist and sadistic tendencies that strips her of her foolish pride and transforms her into a sensible, loving, moral, typically British schoolgirl.

I spent the rest of my childhood rereading it and writing parodies of it.

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.Elizabeth suddenly felt excited. Item s unavailable for download. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information.

William, the boy Judge, rapped on his table with the hammer. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information. St Clare's Collection 2. Twelve other children, six boys and six girls, big and small, sat round a table just in front of the two judges.

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