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Spoilt, defiant Elizabeth Allen is furious when her parents decide to send her away to boarding-school. She makes up her mind to be thoroughly rude and disobedient, determined to be expelled by half-term. Whyteleafe School is surprisingly progressive for the s. Enid Blyton's Froebel-based teacher-training course no doubt inspired her and it's possible that Summerhill in Suffolk was another influence.
Not only is Whyteleafe co-educational, but discipline and decision-making are in the hands of the pupils. Head Boy William and Head Girl Rita act as Judges at weekly meetings together with a Jury of twelve elected monitors, dishing out advice, praise or penalties as they see fit.
Elizabeth begins to enjoy life at Whyteleafe, despite her best efforts to hate everything. She even makes friends with "the Mouse", Joan Townsend — though Joan feels that having the Bold Bad Girl as a friend is "rather like being friends with a thunderstorm! You never quite knew what Elizabeth was going to do next.
The unique nature of Whyteleafe and the engaging character of Elizabeth sweep readers into a world that is at once cosy and unexpected. Lindsay Cable and Kenneth Lovell were the original illustrators of the books.
Blyton also wrote a short story, and six new books were written by Anne Digby in Enid Blyton's Omnibus! In , Hodder Children's Books published a set of six Collection editions. One of these featured the Naughtiest Girl Society Shed. Author of Adventure. Enid Blyton Day. Fireside Journal. Cave of Books. Interactive Island. Secret Passage. Lashings of Links.
The Naughtiest Girl Spoilt, defiant Elizabeth Allen is furious when her parents decide to send her away to boarding-school. The Naughtiest Girl in the School. The Naughtiest Girl Again. The Naughtiest Girl is a Monitor.
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The Naughtiest Girl is a series of novels written by Enid Blyton in the s—s. Unusually, they are set at a progressive boarding school rather than a traditional one. The school, Whyteleafe, bears a striking resemblance to the independent Suffolk boarding school, Summerhill. The main character is Elizabeth Allen, a very spoiled girl whose misbehaviour causes her governesses to leave.
The Naughtiest Girl in the School
The title character is Elizabeth Allen, a spoiled girl who is sent to a boarding school called Whyteleafe School. Elizabeth Allen is a spoiled girl who is an only child. She becomes very upset and outraged when she learns that she is being sent to a boarding school. When Elizabeth joins Whyteleafe School she is determined to misbehave so that she will be expelled and able to go back home as soon as possible. She is surprised to find that the children run the school through weekly community meetings, and that her behaviour will be judged by her peers. It is a portrayal of children's restorative justice , and is based on A.
The Naughtiest Girl
Elizabeth Allen is spoilt and selfish. When's she's sent away to boarding school she makes up her mind to be the naughti The naughtiest girl in the school is back! And this term she's trying to be good. But someone wants to spoil things for
The Naughtiest Girl Series