Contains illustrated plates. Mostly clean pages with light tanning and foxing to endpapers and page edges. Inscription on front endpaper, with rubbing and a few small nicks to text block edges. Cracked hinge and guttering with exposed netting.
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Binding remains firm. Some minor dog-eared corners. Occasional finger marking and water drops throughout.
Light tanning along spine and board edges. Forward leaning and bowed. Mild rub wear to surfaces and edges with crushing to spine ends and bumps to corners. Water ring marks on front board. Seller Inventory MHA. Condition: Poor. A reading copy. Seller Inventory ag Published by Dragon, London About this Item: Dragon, London, A clean firm book with the usual age toning.
Spine slightly curved. Seller Inventory 65cw. Ltd, Signed by previous owner. Publication of pages. The boards are a little shelf rubbed, minor marks and edge worn. There is sporadic foxing on the early pages, and slightly around the block of the book, but very little in the body of the book, there are other minor age related marks.
ISBN 13: 9780583300285
The condition of the book is given in terms of the book's age. Seller Inventory 23qn. Published by Atlantic Book, London About this Item: Atlantic Book, London, Soft Cover. A good copy, digital photos available. Published by London. About this Item: London.
Malory Towers: Third Year : Book 3: Enid Blyton: upopmoverswea.ml
First published in , this is the third edition, in the same format as the first edition. Book is in Very Good condition, clean and bright. Previous owner's blind stamped address to the half-title page. Unclipped 5s. See picture.
Illustrated by Stanley Lloyd. Jacket fitted with a new removable clear cover. Securely packaged. Ships with Tracking Number!
Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. She becomes a little more daring like Alicia, a little more ambitious I suppose is the way to look at it.
The loss of Sally is somehow made up, for me anyway, by the arrival of Wilhelmina a. Yes you read that correctly, seven brothers. This may give you some idea of why Wilhelmina is called Bill, she is more of a boy than girl with seven brothers and love of all things horse related.
However, Miss Peters and the other tutors struggle to get any level of consistent work out of Bill so start punishing her by forbidding her to go to the stables, leaving Bill resentful and disobedient. Bill and her horse Thunder.
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Earlier I mentioned that Zerelda is moved up to higher form, but unfortunately because of her standard of work, she is sent back down to be with the third form once more. BUT this is the making of Zerelda in a way. She has a chance to start from the ground up and discover what she really is good at, and become an all together nicer person. Rather late in the book, Sally comes back. You almost get the feeling that Blyton had forgotten about her slightly, what with all the drama she was planning. Sally and Alicia dislike each other the most in this book I feel.
I would honestly rather not describe things for you too much because otherwise I shall really spoil the books.
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Truly wonderful. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. Zoom Zoom. Availability In Stock. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Description Also available on eBook. Click here to purchase from Kobo. About the Author Enid Blyton's books have sold over million copies and have been translated into other languages more often than any other children's author. Born in London in , Enid lived much of her life in Buckinghamshire and adored dogs, gardening and the countryside.