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The Head Girl of the Chalet School by Elinor M. Brent-Dyer (2000-09-03)

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  • By A customer on March 27, 2002

    As the fourth in the Chalet School Series, this book continues in excellent style the previous books. It deals with one of the first members of the Chalet School and her time as the Head Girl. Again in this book the use of French and German words makes this difficult for monolingual children to read. However, my children ages 6 and 9 love listening to me read this series out loud to them - even without pictures. The adventures are fun, the pranks harmless, and children rapidly come to love and relate to the characters. My kids play "Chalet School" all of the time now. This book should definitely be bought by anyone with an interest in Europe, especially Austria in the 1920's.

  • By Patricia Sanders on September 24, 2002

    This book had the old fashioned feel of Little Women. The school is like a big family where there may be disagreements, but ultimately all of the members look out for each other. I think that the french and german words sprinkled throughout the book are a good way for today's kids to learn a few basic phrases in different languages.

  • By Agnes on August 27, 2017

    Reading books from the Chalet School series brings back such lovely childhood memories. I devoured Chalet School series as a young girl. It's nice to re-live those days of innocence now and then in this world of terrorism, violence and what not. The moral lessons in the books are charming; old fashioned but we perhaps need a revival urgently.

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