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A Fourth Form Friendship

  [english | 1913]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... with me, she said reproachfully. I was counting upon you to hold my water tin while I painted.. Keith detached his mind from tropical Africa with ...... listen with an air of don't-care indifference, and do just the same next time. Yet if her aunt could have given her one warm kiss, the battle would have ...... to reverse her unfavourable opinion. I'm glad we shall be eight in ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 250

A Harum Scarum Schoolgirl

  [english | 1920]  

Angela Brazil


Summary: [Angela Brazil (pronounced brazzle) (30 November 1868 ? 13 March 1947) was one of the first British writers of modern schoolgirls stories written from the characters point of view and intended primarily as entertainment rather than moral instruction. In the first half of the twentieth century she published nearly 50 books of girls fiction the vast majority being boarding school stories. She also ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 424

A Pair Of Schoolgirls

  [english | 1912]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... don't you think in me you'd find A candidate suited to your mind. No bookworm I, but fond of sports, Hockey or games of other sorts At acting I can ...... for you but it's true, all the same, and I can't take back my words.. How can it be true.. Agnes put on her hat hastily and seized her satchel. You'd ...... two steps, entered the low-ceiled, oak-panelled dining-room, and rushed ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 452

A Patriotic Schoolgirl

  [english | 1918]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... keen survey of that portion of her sister's face which was not buried in the pillow. Oh. the atmosphere's damp, is it. she remarked. Dona, you're ...... you're late for a meal you put a penny in the missionary box.. Marjorie walked into the large dining-hall with Mollie Simpson. She felt she had made, ...... refusals to record tender particulars and though Patricia's enemies were ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literature | warDownloads: 187

A Popular Schoolgirl

  [english | 1920]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... dear, she began. I've been wanting to ask you this-are we going back to Rotherwood after the holidays.. Mrs. Saxon folded up her sewing, put ...... a great difference to us, and I think it is far easier to turn out good work in the midst of beautiful surroundings. Grovebury College has reaped ...... light electric railway that ran along the roadside for seven miles to ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 350

Bosom Friends

  [english | 1910]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... van, and has gone on to Whitecastle. I was obliged to telegraph about it, but I hope we may get it this evening. Come along. That's our train over ...... hand. Of course I like being with you best, sweetest only sometimes, when you're reading or lying down, it is nice to have somebody to talk to. I ...... replied Isobel. But I think they were horrid balls.. So they were. Hugh ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 306

For The Sake Of The School

  [english | 1915]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... walked down the short, grassy road that led to the ferry. To the south stretched the wide pool of the river, blue as the heaven above where it caught ...... initiated all fresh undertakings, and her enthusiasm carried them forward with success. Hard-as-nails the girls sometimes called her, for she coddled ...... accustomed to Miss Teddington's new time-tables. Now, however, they ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 163

Loyal To The School

  [english | 1921]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... will be certain activities offered you, and you will each be allowed to choose which you wish to follow. I consider that two sides of our natures which ...... her that she was almost stubborn about it, and would have waged its battles as blindly as the traditional cavalier who fought for the crown though it ...... to Marion, who was breezily sympathetic. How stupid and ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 85

Monitress Merle

  [english | 1922]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... harbour and up on to the cliff. Mavis and Merle looked at the scene around with that sense of rejoicing proprietorship with which we are wont to revisit ...... sitting in the playroom, with Florrie Leach and Betty Marshall on her knee, 'doing the popular,' and giving away whole packets of sweets. If Merle really ...... but it was impossible to maintain a monologue, and she soon ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 157

The Fortunes Of Philippa

  [english | 1906]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... enchanted rock out of one of Tasso's fairy stories, for it suddenly began to move, and, rising up, it put out four flat feet, and marched briskly down ...... to me, so I submitted with a good grace to be undressed, and to swallow the hot milk which they brought me then with my father's photograph clasped ...... shown me more tenderness. She was a tall, handsome woman, with a ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 442

The Head Girl At The Gables

  [english | 1919]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... tide of the Arts Settlement, and had established their school chiefly to meet the needs of the new colony. Most of their pupils were the children ...... Paget, who was seated at the piano, she announced:. We will begin the new term as usual by singing the National Anthem.. Miss Paget struck a few ...... Clarke's extraordinary original illustrations, and the cat-stitches in Jessie ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 195

The Jolliest School Of All

  [english | 1922]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... It's an adventure, and we all want to go. You'll love it when we're once off. No, don't look back: it's unlucky. Your bag's in the cab I saw Jessie ...... be your last holiday though, young man, said Mr. Beverley jokingly, so make the most of it. To-morrow you must come with me to the office and start ...... I'm expected to say 'Bow-wow,' or to listen in respectful humility when ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 87

The Jolliest Term On Record

  [english | 1915]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... cuddling her mother's hand. You'll be glad when it's over and you're safe on board ship. Which way do people sail for Australia. I don't know any geography.. We ...... and going out to explore struck them both as delightfully enterprising and adventurous. They made a hurried toilet, crept cautiously downstairs, and ...... relief, Miss Aubrey came to criticize their sketches. She ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 242

The Leader Of The Lower School

  [english | 1919]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... if it does rain. You can't expect it always to keep fine, and as for-. Oh, Norah, don't preach. We must have our growls-it lets off steam. ...... Mr. Latimer decided to make a brief stay there, to secure new clothes for himself and Gipsy, and to gain time to make fresh plans for the future. Though ...... By the girls themselves she was regarded in a less favourable light: the very ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 255

The Luckiest Girl In The School

  [english | 1922]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... an idea. she exclaimed indignantly. Mother, of course you won't even dream of it for an instant. I'd hate to go and live with Aunt Harriet. It's ...... said the teacher, marshaling the little crowd round the door. Will those who have seen Miss Bishop kindly go along the corridor.. Several girls ...... neighbor was taking off her boots, and did not seem as much impressed as the ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 155

The Madcap Of The School

  [english | 1917]  

Angela Brazil


Summary: [The Madcap Of The School by Angela Brazil. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. The Heads of Apex is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by George Henry Weiss is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of George Henry Weiss then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 402

The Manor House School

  [english | 1910]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... a slight shower of rain, which had brought out the scent of growing grass and budding leaves the ground was white with the fallen blossom of blackthorn ...... his great-niece, Monica. Both the Manor, so ran the will, and all that it may contain, especially commending to her the volumes in my library, and ...... than they anticipated, and must have come unheard up the winding ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 439

The New Girl At St Chad

  [english | 1912]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... before.. Do you know anyone here.. Why did you come to St. Chad's.. The questions were fired off all together from seven pairs of lips. One ...... eyes in a very suggestive manner. She jumped up in a moment, however, and pretended that she was only arranging her boots. I'd finished tea, she ...... her house-mistress would not have been ready to overlook any deficiency in ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 487

The Nicest Girl In The School

  [english | 1909]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... indeed. I expect all the work will be much harder than anything I've ever done yet. It won't be all hockey and gymnasium, I can tell you. I'm afraid ...... the lively manner and bright chat of the other were attractive, while a look in the merry brown eyes, when they happened to glance her way, made her think ...... had a strictly medival appearance. In the centre of the courtyard ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 88

The Princess Of The School

  [english | 1920]  

Angela Brazil


Excerpts: [... Walters, dreading the Christmas rush on the railway, had determined to take time by the forelock, and meant to pack off her pupils by the first available ...... a highroad. It was almost dark by that time, and matters seemed so desperate that Everard determined to hail the very first passing motorist who seemed ...... from the floor, so as to preserve their record for neatness, ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 171
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