WINTER TERM AT MALORY TOWERS PDF

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Sign in. Main menu. Malory Towers St Clare's 1 2 3 4 5 Cox) 6 7 8 9 Cox) The Twins at St Clare's The O'Sullivan Twins Summer Term at St Clare's The Second Form at St Clare's The. Susan is excited to be in charge of the winter concert, but Miss Tallant, a new teacher, has very strong ideas about it.


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Winter Term at Malory Towers · Read more · New Term at Malory Towers Malory 04 - Upper Fourth At Malory Towers · Read more · Third Year at Malory. It's the winter term – with snowy weather, midnight feasts and the Christmas concert! But as the pupils make secret plans, is a spy in their midst?. Winter Term at Malory Towers book. Read 41 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Susan is excited to be in charge of the winter concert.

Jun 27, Michaela Meyer rated it it was ok. I read this book when I was quite young but i remember enjoying it at the time. Mar 06, Elaine Mullane rated it really liked it. Revisiting the books of my youth out of a feeling of nostalgia! I loved Enid Blyton when I was younger and can't wait to re-read these with my own children. Ack, there's not a great deal to say about this, the ninth book in the Malory towers franchise, and the third by Pamela Cox.

It's certainly very funny in parts, but it seemed to be treading water a bit in terms of plot. Sylvia is just a less annoying version of Maureen and although Olive's character develops nicely, she's planning on leaving Malory Towers by the end of the book anyway! The Christmas Play plot is more or less the one from In The Fifth, re-hashed and condensed, and Nora's characte Ack, there's not a great deal to say about this, the ninth book in the Malory towers franchise, and the third by Pamela Cox.

The Christmas Play plot is more or less the one from In The Fifth, re-hashed and condensed, and Nora's characterisation is all over the shop. Since when was she such a good ballet dancer and as pretty as Bonnie? Some of us take our Malory Towers continuity cake seriously thank you. We keep it stored in the games closet until it's time for the midnight feast, no sneaking to Potty! Aug 19, Laura rated it liked it.

I liked this one a little less than the other Cox' books. There were too many horrible people in there for my taste - the very unpleasant Olive and the malicious new mistress. Add to that the sneak business and it wasn't a very fun book to read.

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Still nice though, but I liked some of the other ones better. Aug 27, Kirsti rated it it was amazing. I quite enjoyed the mystery in this book, even if I guessed it early on. It was easily believable as an old school Enid plot. Felicity and the others take their time of course, to catch up, but that would spoil it! Yet again I was impressed with the writing in this book, because of the similarities with Enid's.

This series definitely won't disappoint true fans, five stars. Aug 11, Denise rated it really liked it Shelves: Despite the fact that the new girl characters are starting to feel more and more like repetitions of characters we already had in the original Malory Towers books, this was another predictable yet enjoyable read. Sep 15, Emma Rose Ribbons rated it liked it Shelves: Not a favourite. Everything feels a bit forced.

The tricks are hardly funny and the girls less endearing than ever. Not her most inspired book but I devoured it anyway like the school story fanatic that I am.

Not the best of the Malory Towers non-canon continuations, by any means! There is a good job done of capturing Blyton's voice, but the plot is strained and fairly unpleasant, especially when it focuses of bullying a teacher out of her job.

Nov 18, Christywongcy Wong rated it it was amazing. LUV IT Feb 24, Rebecca Ritchie rated it it was amazing. Diabolical dialogue. May 02, Sally rated it really liked it Shelves: Felicity and June's year are now in the fourth form.

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Enjoyed this one a little bit more than New Term. Jun 14, Krati Mathur rated it it was amazing. Mar 14, Ananya Goswami rated it it was amazing.

Feb 27, Trisha Prasad rated it really liked it. This book tells us that there can be adventures in our usual simple lives.

Apr 10, Ashani Hettige rated it it was amazing. Great reading!!! Sep 21, Deb Sharp rated it it was amazing. A fun book to read as an adult! Jan 06, Anie Mathew rated it it was amazing.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jun 05, Angela rated it really liked it. Another great installment in my journey back to my childhood!

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Enjoyed it very much. Onto the next Feb 06, Sanyukta Akella rated it it was amazing. This book was amazing because this book was full of fun and awesome ideas to enjoy your lovely time in boarding schools.

Readers Also Enjoyed. About Pamela Cox. Pamela Cox. Other books in the series. Malory Towers 1 - 10 of 12 books. Books by Pamela Cox. Trivia About Winter Term at Ma No trivia or quizzes yet.

Quotes from Winter Term at Ma Yet she turned into a good, responsible top former. Characters[ edit ] Darrell Rivers is the main character of the first six books. She is hot tempered and this causes her many problems, but she learns to control it as she goes up the school, and she is also a very responsible, hard-working girl. She is very popular with her form, as is her best friend Sally Hope. When she gets into the upper school she becomes head-girl of the fourth form, games captain in the fifth and finally, in sixth form, Head Girl of the school.

As she gets older at Malory Towers she begins to realise her talent for writing and goes on to be a writer.

She is very well known in the school and was looked up to by all the smaller children in her time as Head Girl. Gwendoline Lacey was a silly girl, always thinking that she was good, even when she was doing the wrong things.

Alicia especially liked to pick on her, making Gwen Gwendoline's nickname both afraid and angry towards her. Her attitude only changed when her father fell very sick during her last term, and she was told that he will die.

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Realizing that she had to stop being so fussy about things, she starts to wonder about her dreadful future. She had wished to go for a university overseas, but since her father had lost his job, she will have to live poorly, and go for a local one. Alicia Johns was the form joker. There was no end to the tricks she played on the poor teachers. Although she was very popular because of her pranks and jokes she was also very sharp-tongued and scornful of those less talented or healthy than her.

She had a very quick brain and if she really worked hard at something then it would be amazing however, she was far too busy playing the fool. Her years at Malory Towers did soften her and she became less sharp-tongued and hard. She was never given any role of responsibility because she was far too fond of playing the fool.

Sally Hope was Darrell's best friend. Although at first she was very odd and quiet because of troubles at home, she soon blossomed into a calm, responsible young lady. The troubles at home were all because Sally was jealous of her younger sister, Daffy, for taking all her parents' attention.

Poor Sally was so upset that she thought her parents sent her away to Malory Tower because they didn't want her. The issue was resolved when Sally fell ill and her parents left the baby at home and came all the way down to Cornwall, which was where the school was, to see Sally.

Convinced that her parents did love her, she turned into a much nicer and happier girl and soon Sally and Darrell became best friends. Jealousy had always been an issue with Sally and she tried hard to get rid of it while she was at Malory Towers. In second form she became head girl and then in the sixth became games captain. Betty was Alicia's best friend from a different tower and she was very similar to Alicia, that's why Miss Grayling the head mistress wouldn't let Betty move into Alicia's tower.

Mary-Lou- A timid little thing who was even scared of her own shadow when she first came.What Miss Hibbert taught you, I simply dont know.

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It was a simply super school. Its difficult to dislike her wholeheartedly, though, said Felicity, looking thoughtful. She quarrelled bitterly with her sister. Bonnie held the door open for Miss Tallant, as she entered the class-room, and gave the mistress one of her sweet smiles.

Then she turned away, flung her night case on to the nearest bed and began furiously pulling things out. I suppose. Williams went on. Im Sylvia Chalmers, and we met earlier.

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