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by Enid Blyton

Claudine at St. Clare's download ebook
ISBN:
1405219831
ISBN13:
978-1405219839
Author:
Enid Blyton
Publisher:
EGMONT CHILDREN'S; New Ed edition (September 5, 2005)
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Pages:
176 pages
ePUB:
1683 kb
Fb2:
1589 kb
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Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Rating:
4.6

Claudine at St. Clare's is the fifth novel in the St. Clare's series by Enid Blyton. The narrative follows the O'Sullivan twins, Patricia and Isabel, and their adventures at exclusive boarding school St Clare's.

Claudine at St. The book introduces four new characters: Claudine, the French mistress' niece; Eileen, whose mother joins the school as matron; Pauline, a wannabe rich girl; and Angela, a rich and spoiled society girl.

Claudine at St Clare's book. Hoping to finish my reread of this series this month. Enid Blyton's books, whilst by modern standards do sometimes have their issues, are on the whole still really fun reads

Claudine at St Clare's book. St. Clare's boarding-school has some interesting newcomers. Enid Blyton's books, whilst by modern standards do sometimes have their issues, are on the whole still really fun reads. The addition of Claudine is a great one, as she's so unpredictable but somehow still loveable.

The first St. Clare's book was published in 1941 and the series of six books remains popular today. The series is unusual in that the first three titles all revolve around life in the first form while the other three focus on the second, fourth and fifth forms respectively. Original St. Clare's Novels by Enid Blyton. Clare's Continuation Novels.

Continuing the popular series, St Clare's boarding-school has some interesting newcomers. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

Continuing the popular series, St Clare's boarding-school has some interesting newcomers. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Enid Blyton wrote many popular series including the Famous Five, the Five Find-Outers, the Barney Mysteries, Malory Towers, St Clare's . No matter, Claudine at St Clare's is still one of the most delightful books in the series.

Enid Blyton wrote many popular series including the Famous Five, the Five Find-Outers, the Barney Mysteries, Malory Towers, St Clare's, the Secret Seven, the Adventure Series, the Secret Series, and many more.

Written by Enid Blyton, narrated by Nicky Diss. St Clare's is beneath them, and they're determined to cause a stir. But life at St Clare's is not as easy as they thought. They have several surprises and arguments before they admit their troubles are of their own making and settle down to make friends. By Audio master on 16-06-17. Malory Towers: First Term. Malory Towers, Book 1. By: Enid Blyton. Narrated by: Beth Eyre. Length: 4 hrs and 42 mins.

Claudine At S. lare's - S. lare's 05. Enid Blyton. I hope we shall stay on at St. Clare's until we are in the top form-and I hope our friends do to. ' Well, some of them have left already,' said Pat. PAT and Isabel O'Sullivan walked into the fourth form-room at St. Clare's, and looked round. Fourth form,' said Pat. 'Golly, we're getting on, aren't we, Isabel!' 'Yes-fourth form seems a long way from the first form,' said Isabel. ' Pam isn't coming back, nor is Sheila.

When i first found this book at my home,i thought nothing of Enid Blyton

Ships from and sold by the book community. When i first found this book at my home,i thought nothing of Enid Blyton. Why, she writes stories meant for young children when i'm already 13? I brought the book to school the next day,and must say,Blyton really lived up to her name-she's a great author. In this series of S. lare's,a new girl by the name of Claudine,the niece of the French headmistress,arrived from France. Here,she brought joy and fun to the fourth-formers. She creates havoc,lots of.

Schooldays at St Clare's are never dull for twins Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan in Enid Blyton's much-loved boarding school series. In book seven, Eileen's mother is the new Matron and Mam'zelle's niece, Claudine, joins St Clare's and causes havoc wherever she goes

Schooldays at St Clare's are never dull for twins Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan in Enid Blyton's much-loved boarding school series. In book seven, Eileen's mother is the new Matron and Mam'zelle's niece, Claudine, joins St Clare's and causes havoc wherever she goes. The twins are enchanted by rebellious Claudine and her mad-cap plans, but will she last the term? Expect more mischief at St Clare's! Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Reviews:
  • Tygrarad
The e-book formatting is not good & there are plenty of spelling & punctuation errors in this edition, but you can still follow the story quite well & it’s a great story :). If you have read & liked other Enid Blyton books, you will love this one too :)
  • Agalen
I was given box sets of both the St Clares and Malory Towers series as a child and loved both and read them over and over again (to the point where the books were literally falling apart). I am in the process of re-discovering these books as I have purchased them for my 10 year old daughter (normally a reluctant reader who has already said she intends going back and reading the books from the beginning once we finish the series the first time). Of the series, Claudine at St Clares is probably my favourite. As fourth formers, the girls are still young enough to get up to plenty of hijinks (particularly with the irreverent Claudine on the scene). However unlike the earlier books, this book also deals with more complex concerns such as wealth and class through characters such as the snobby Angela, Eileen the matron's daughter and Pauline who goes to elaborate lengths to hide her poor background. Claudine's 'French ways' provides lots of opportunities for Blyton to comment on the English 'sense of honour' and various French peculiarities which could be considered obnoxious but arev quite funny to read almost 70 years on. All in all a very entertaining book for all ages.
  • Monin
I love Enid Blytons and grew up reading this series, so this review is not a commentary on the book itself. It's more a review of the quality of the e-book. There were typos through the series, and not small ones. Sentences and even entire paragraphs were repeated at random intervals, while some ended abruptly. Words were substituted erroneously. I'm annoyed as I bought the entire series and found errors in every single book.
  • JUST DO IT
I choose 4 stars because this book is from England so some of the things the characters say are different or hard to get. It is a Hillarious book though. Very acdcicting.
  • Pameala
Great series.
  • Thoginn
I would recommend this book to people who love adventure and mischief. This book is full of these things!

Molly Ruebe Haig
  • Gralsa
When i first found this book at my home,i thought nothing of Enid Blyton.Why, she writes stories meant for young children when i'm already 13?
I brought the book to school the next day,and must say,Blyton really lived up to her name-she's a great author.In this series of St.Clare's,a new girl by the name of Claudine,the niece of the French headmistress,arrived from France.Here,she brought joy and fun to the fourth-formers.She creates havoc,lots of funny antics that will definitely set you laughing.Like the one when she actually lock the Matron into an old cupboard!
But,there are,sad,poignant parts which set you teary-eyed.Like the one when the Matron's daughter,Eileen,had to left school.Her tale is sad...
This book is absolutely worth reading.