First Term at Malory Towers (Malory Towers S)

First Term at Malory Towers (Malory Towers S)

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 192

ISBN: 1405224037

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

A classic children's story from the world's best-loved children's author, Enid Blyton. Malory Towers is about everything school should stand for - friendships, lessons, sports, plays and especially mischief. Darrell and her friends grow together as they share their schooldays. There are new students to induct, sporting matches to be won, tempers to control and tricks to play on teachers. Enid Blyton is arguably the most famous children's author of all time, thanks to series such as The Wishing-Chair, The Faraway Tree-, The Mysteries, The Famous Five and The Secret Seven. Her school series - including St Clare's and Malory Towers are the perfect books for girls who are experiencing their own adventures at school.

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good for her!' She shook her head violently again, and Darrell looked at her in surprise. 'Why do you keep doing that?' she asked. 'I told you. I can't seem to get the water out of my ears,' said Alicia. 'They feel blocked. I say—I do hope I shan't be deaf tommorrow! 1 did go deaf once before when I swam under water for ages!' 'Oh, Alicia! How funny it would be if you really did go deaf tommorrow in Mam'zelle's class!' said Darrell, heartlessly. 'Oh, dear. 1 can't imagine what would happen!'

to take the girls to the school. �vM? 'Come on,' said Alicia, clutching hold of Darrell's arm. 'If we're quick we can get one of the front seats in a coach, beside the driver. Hurry! Got your bag?' 'I'll come too,' said Gwendoline. But the others were gone long before she had collected her belongings. They climbed up into front seats. The other girls came out in twos and threes, and the station's one and only porter helped the drivers to load the many trunks on to the coaches. 'Can we see

and waved Gwendoline's shoes dramatically. 'Look! I've found the real inky shoes! And I've found with them a bottle of violet ink! See? The person who really smashed my pen hid her own shoes and smeared Darrell's with this ink to make it seem as if she 'd done it!' 'But whose shoes are they?' asked Katherine, in amazement. 'And where did you get them?' 'I crept downstairs in the dark last night, and hunted in the cloakroom,' said Mary-Lou triumphantly. Everyone gaped in surprise. Mary-Lou

to think. I do beg your pardon.' 'Oh —it's all right,' said Darrell, her face radiant. 'It's quite all right! I have felt pretty awful—but I did have Mary- Lou and Sally sticking up for me. Gwendoline won't have anyone!' One by one the girls begged Darrell's pardon. Alicia was a little stiff about it, for she felt really ashamed of the hard words she had said. But then, Alicia was hard. She had a good many lessons to learn before she could lose her hardness and gain in sympathy and

a grey-haired woman sitting at a desk, writing. She had a calm, unwrinkled face, eyes that were startlingly blue, and a very firm mouth. Darrell felt frightened of this calm, low- voiced Head Mistress, and hoped she would never have to be sent to her for misbehaviour! The new girls stood in a row before the Head, and Miss Grayling looked at them all closely. Darrell felt herself going red, she couldn't imagine why. Her knees felt a bit wobbly too. She hoped Miss Grayling wouldn't ask her any

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