The Third Form at St Clare's

The holidays are over, and twins Pat and Isabel O’Sullivan are dying to get back to school. The big question on everybody’s lips is – who will be head girl? Meanwhile, the third form have written a school play, but jealous Fern is plotting to ruin it. And then a terrible accident reveals the true leaders at St Clare’s – and shows up the cheats and cowards too.

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  • This is a great book, it made me beg my mother to enrol me into boarding school.

    9 March 2014

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    This book is a masterpiece Pamela Cox takes after Enid Blyton’s amazing talent of writing this book is dramatic, funny and definetly brilliant I can’t put in words how much I love this book.

    19 June 2013

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    cool book.I found it very helpful :D

    8 March 2013

  • i love this book! really recommend it as it is really funny!

    8 March 2013

  • Enid Blyton is amazing person! She lived next door to a friend of my mums and they said she never really liked children!! Surprising isn’t it!! But she can sum up all the characters in a school perfectly! Fern is just a spoilt child and doesn’t understand what spiteful means.. she tries to wreck the third forms play but doesn’t quite manage to !!

    4 March 2013

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    Enid Blyton was posthumously awarded the first Enid Blyton Award for Lifetime Contribution to Children.

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