Phoebe of the Fourth

by Ethel Talbot | Children's Books |
ISBN: Global Overview for this book
Registered by Lydiasbooks of Salford, Greater Manchester United Kingdom on 9/8/2008
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3 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by Lydiasbooks from Salford, Greater Manchester United Kingdom on Monday, September 8, 2008
I hope somebody else enjoys this book. Happy reading!

Journal Entry 2 by wingrahar109wing from Ash Vale, Surrey United Kingdom on Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Picked up at the London meet tonight. Just couldn't resist this!

Journal Entry 3 by wingrahar109wing from Ash Vale, Surrey United Kingdom on Thursday, January 28, 2010
Very nostalgic to be reading a school story again. Takes me back to my childhood - which, obviously, was not in the thirties!
It was interesting to see what the girls of the time considered important. They were obsessed with seeming modern as opposed to old-fashioned - a strange thing, in my eyes. I also have to say that this must be the only school story that I've read where nobody seems to go to lessons - they play hockey, they mooch around, but actual schoolwork is never mentioned.

Released 11 yrs ago (9/29/2010 UTC) at 2010 Swindon Unconvention, Jury's Inn Hotel in Swindon, Wiltshire United Kingdom


To be taken to the Uncon 1-3 October 2010 and either left on the book table or released somewhere around the town.Hello!

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Journal Entry 5 by MyopicMeringue at Swindon, Wiltshire United Kingdom on Sunday, October 3, 2010
I picked this book up at the Unconvention in Swindon, at Jury's Inn Hotel. It appealed to me, because I used to read such books as a kid, and I thought it would be interesting to read one from an adult's perspective. I read half of it on the train home today, and found it quite fascinating to observe the values of the characters, and also the odd mix of 'stiff upper lip' culture and sentimentality.

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