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First Term At Malory Towers : Give this to your little girls!

Advantages: Very readable, enjoyable, imaginative, contains some sensible & good philosophies
Disadvantages: The modern versions of the books are altered to make them politically correct

...The set of Malory Towers books was written by Enid Blyton during the post-WW2 part of the 1940s….I think the final one may have spilled over into 1950. They tell the story of pupil Darrel Rivers’ time at the school, from her very first day as a 13-year-o ...

CelticSoulSister 20.12.2009 · Read full review
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Diamond review  Best Enjoyed With Lashings Of Ginger Beer…

Advantages: Sweet stories, well-written, funny characters
Disadvantages: Not representative of the current state of the world

Out of all the school stories that Enid Blyton wrote, Malory Towers was my favourite set. The 6 books in the series follow a group of girls at a boarding school in the south of England, with each novel describing a year in their lives. There are certain ...

zoe_page 17.07.2003 · Read full review
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First Term At Malory Towers - Mischief at boarding school

Advantages: Interesting characters and plots
Disadvantages: None

Malory Towers series was first published in 1946 and has been greatly popular with young girl readers. There are six original Malory Towers books by British children’s author, Enid Blyton, written between 1946 and 1951. In 2008, Pamela Cox was commissio ...

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MALORY TOWERS - JOLLY HOCKEYSTICKS

Advantages: easy to read, simple values,
Disadvantages: bit outdated now, not seen as "PC" by some people

When I was a little girl I was an avid reader. Enid Blyton was my favourite author. In todays world, her books seem very simple and old fashioned because people had very different values back in the days in which the books are based. I think that chi ...

kismet 11.11.2005 · Read full review
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Mischief at Malory

Advantages: good characters and storylines
Disadvantages: n/a

I don't think there are many people out there who are not familiar of the name Enid Blyton. Most famous for her Famous Five, The Secret Seven and Noddy Books she was born on the 11th August 1897 and was one of the most successful childrens story tellers ...

crezzie 24.09.2008 · Read full review
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