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First Term At Malory Towers
Twelve-year-old Darrell Rivers is about to go to boarding school for the first time, and her new school is Malory Towers in Cornwall, which makes her even more excited. When she boards the school train, she notices that the two other new girls in her form and house are not easy to be friends with. There is Gwendoline Lacey, a spoiled only child who has never been to school before and only ever had a governess. The other new girl, Sally Hope, is un...
In The Fifth At Malory Towers
Darrell, Sally, Alicia and all of their friends are now in the Fifth form at Malory Towers. They look forward to being in Miss James' class but also find out that fierce Moira Linton, the old fifth form head has been left down with Catherine Gray, a saintly but very silly girl. This makes the new fifth formers uncomfortable. Even worse is the new girl in their form, Maureen Little. Hilariously she has exactly the same character as Gwendoline, and the two...
Second Form At Malory Towers
Four terms after her first term, Darrell Rivers returns to Malory Towers as a second-former. She and her friend Sally Hope are eager to find out what is in store for them in their new year, in particular the new head of the form. As soon as they arrive, their housemistress tells them to look after two new girls, the subdued and harried-looking scholarship girl Ellen Wilson, and the scatter-brained but extremely talented artist Belinda Morris. Gwendoline ...
The Naughtiest Girl Again
Elizabeth Allen returns to Whyteleafe School, determined to be the best behaved, rather than the naughtiest girl in the school. But new people and events become the obstacles in her path to becoming a completely reformed child. The new boy in her class, Robert Jones, is sullen, bad-tempered and a bully, whilst Kathleen Peters is argumentative, sulky and selfish. When one of the girls mimics Kathleen arguing with their French teacher, Kathleen wages war o...

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The Naughtiest Girl In The School
Elizabeth Allen is a spoiled and naughty child with rich parents. After trying the patience of her parents and governess, they decide to send her to Whyteleafe School, where the children make their own rules and punished bad behaviour. Elizabeth, who has never been to school before, is angry at being sent to school and vows to be very mischievous in order to get expelled. When Elizabeth first goes to Whyteleafe, she is in for a hard time. After years of...
The Naughtiest Girl Is A Monitor
A guest arrives at Elizabeth Allen's house, who is to be a new pupil at Whyteleafe School. Unfortunately, the snobbish Arabella Buckley and Elizabeth fall out with each other on their first meeting, and become enemies. Elizabeth tries to resolve this issue though, as she has been elected as a monitor at school. On arriving back at Whyteleafe, Elizabeth meets Julian, a lazy but bright boy who is always at the bottom of the class. Two other new children a...
Third Year At Malory Towers
Darrell Rivers is now in the third form, and is returning to Malory Towers for the summer term. On the journey back, Darrell's father picks up a new girl from America who is living in England for a year. Darrell finds Zerelda Brass very strange and different from the other girls she knows; she seems much too grown-up for school at fifteen and has her hair made up very elaborately. Two other new girls arrive at Malory Towers in the third form. There is ho...
Upper Fourth At Malory Towers
Darrell Rivers returns to Malory Towers for her School Certificate term, this time with her twelve-year-old sister Felicity. However she resents another new first-former who takes Felicity under her wing, Alicia's sly cousin June. Felicity seems to like June though, but has another sensible friend in her form. The next day Darrell is made head of the Upper Fourth, of which she is very proud to be. Two twin sisters arrive that day, Connie and Ruth Batten....


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