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The Jolliest School of All   By: (1868-1947)

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The Jolliest School of All by Angela Brazil is a delightful and heartwarming story that transports readers back to the golden age of boarding schools. Set in a quaint English countryside, the book follows the lives of a group of lovable and mischievous schoolgirls who attend the prestigious Pennington School.

What makes this book truly special is Brazil's ability to capture the essence of childhood and the camaraderie that develops among friends. The characters are beautifully portrayed, each with their own distinct personality and quirks, which adds depth to the narrative. From the adventurous and headstrong Alice to the kind-hearted and loyal Emily, readers will find themselves becoming deeply invested in these girls' lives.

The plot is filled with various escapades and incidents that keep the story engaging and enthralling. From secret midnight feasts to daring adventures beyond the school walls, The Jolliest School of All captures the essence of youthful exuberance and the excitement of discovering new horizons.

Brazil's writing style is both elegant and accessible, making the book suitable for readers of all ages. Her vivid descriptions bring the settings to life, and her attention to detail immerses readers in the world of Pennington School. Whether it is the cozy dormitories, bustling classrooms, or the sprawling school grounds, every scene is beautifully depicted.

Moreover, the novel explores important themes such as friendship, loyalty, and the value of education. It emphasizes the importance of working hard, following one's passions, and forming meaningful bonds with others. These lessons, subtly woven into the narrative, make The Jolliest School of All not only an enjoyable read but also a valuable learning experience.

While the book may seemingly revolve around a rather idyllic boarding school setting, it manages to avoid clich├ęs and provides a refreshing take on the genre. It portrays school life realistically, showcasing both the ups and downs that come with the territory. This authenticity adds depth to the story and allows readers to relate to the characters on a deeper level.

In conclusion, The Jolliest School of All is a charming and nostalgic tale that will warm the hearts of readers young and old. It is a book that celebrates the joys of childhood, the power of friendship, and the transformative nature of education. With its well-drawn characters, lively plot, and insightful themes, this novel stands as a testament to Brazil's storytelling prowess and continues to be a beloved classic.

First Page:

THE JOLLIEST SCHOOL OF ALL

by

ANGELA BRAZIL

Author of "The Luckiest Girl in the School," "The Princess of the School," "A Popular School Girl," "Schoolgirl Kitty," "Marjorie's Best Year," etc.

A. L. Burt Company Publishers New York Published by arrangement with Frederick A. Stokes Co. Printed in U. S. A. Copyright, 1922, by Frederick A. Stokes Company All Rights Reserved

DEDICATED TO

THE MANY CHARMING AMERICAN GIRLS WHOM I HAVE MET

AND TO

THOSE UNKNOWN SCHOOLGIRLS OVER THE ATLANTIC TO WHOM THIS LITTLE BOOK CARRIES MY HEARTIEST GREETINGS

[Illustration: "'YOU MEAN THINGS!' RAGED PEACHY"

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CONTENTS

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I. Off to Italy 1 II. The Villa Camellia 16 III. Hail, Columbia! 27 IV. A Secret Sorority 41 V. Fairy Godmothers, Limited 52 VI. Among the Olive Groves 66 VII. Lorna's Enemy 81 VIII. At Pompeii 93 IX. Reprisals 113 X. The School Carnival 126 XI... Continue reading book >>




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