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The Youngest Girl in the School   By: (1869-1955)

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Evelyn Sharp's "The Youngest Girl in the School" is a captivating and heartwarming tale that explores the challenges and triumphs of a young girl in an unfamiliar environment. Set in a boarding school, the story follows the journey of Lucy, who is not only the new girl, but also the youngest.

From the very beginning, Sharp masterfully creates a vivid and relatable character in Lucy. As readers, we are immediately drawn into her world, feeling both her excitement and trepidation about starting a new chapter in her life. Through Lucy's eyes, we explore the intricacies of navigating friendships, academically competing with older peers, and finding one's own voice in a sea of expectations.

What sets this book apart is Sharp's ability to authentically portray the emotions and experiences of a young girl. Lucy's struggles with self-doubt and insecurities are beautifully woven into the narrative, making her journey all the more relatable and inspiring. The author delicately handles themes of identity, inner strength, and resilience, making it a truly empowering read for young readers.

The supporting characters in "The Youngest Girl in the School" also add depth and excitement to the story. Each character is distinct and well-developed, providing a diverse range of personalities and perspectives that enrich Lucy's world. From her kind-hearted roommate to the mischievous troublemaker, every character contributes to the plot's progression and adds layers of complexity to the story.

Moreover, Sharp's writing style is both engaging and accessible. Her descriptions of the boarding school grounds and daily routines are vivid, transporting readers into an enchanting world that feels timeless. The pacing of the story is well-balanced, keeping readers invested and eager to discover what lies ahead for Lucy.

In conclusion, "The Youngest Girl in the School" is a delightful coming-of-age tale that is sure to resonate with readers of all ages. Evelyn Sharp's graceful storytelling, relatable characters, and exploration of universal themes make it a timeless addition to any bookshelf. This book serves as a reminder to all readers, young and old, that the journey towards self-discovery is filled with challenges and triumphs, but ultimately rewarding.

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Author of 'The Making of a Schoolgirl,' 'Wymps,' Etc.

With Illustrations by C. E. Brock

New York The Macmillan Company London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 1906 All rights reserved

Copyright, 1901, By the Macmillan Company.

Set up and electrotyped September, 1901. Reprinted January, 1902.

New edition September, 1906.

Norwood Press J. S. Cushing & Co. Berwick & Smith Norwood Mass. U.S.A.




Page 'May I may I have all that?' 27

'Look here, Babs,' she began, smoothing the mop of tangled hair 45

'What in the name of wonder are you children doing down there?' 99

Five heads suddenly appeared at the open window 108

'Dear me!' he said, slightly taken aback 175

'Hullo!' said Jean. 'What's the matter?' 184

'Tell me, Herr Doktor' 261

'So he got Jill' 310



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