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Thus, I found this book entertaining because I could easily compare the way of living of girls my age in the past to now. I hadn’t heard of the Trebizon series before, but am really looking forward treblzon reading the rest there are fourteen altogether and can’t wait for my eight year old daughter to discover the world of Rebecca, Tish and Sue.
It’s good to go back to Trebizon, it’s such a comforting world. Things don’t start well for her. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It definitely had an Enid Blyton aroma but that’s hardly a bad thing in my book. Aug 11, Stephanie rated qt liked it.
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The fourteen novels were published between and Feb 03, Robin Stevens rated it it was amazing. Perfect reading for a hungover rainy new year’s day. First in an apparently popular series that I’d not heard of before – boarding school stories set in the 70s which gives them a very different tone to the much earlier ones. I hadn’t read the Trebizon series previously and found the first book very ah and easy to read. Reread in February Lonely and anxious to prove herself, Rebecca writes something for the school magazine, which unexpectedly triggers a row and half the school turns against her.
Always check trebjzon book for any safety warnings before giving to a child. I absolutely love the school magazine details in this. I hadn’t heard of the Trebizon series before, but am really looking forward to reading the rest there are fourteen altogether and can’t wait for my eight year old daughter to discover the world of Rebecca, Tish and Sue.
The River of Adventure. When her parents are posted to Saudi Arabia, Rebecca finds herself uprooted from her London day school and sent to an elite boarding school on the coast, hundreds of miles from home.
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Five On A Treasure Island. Written in the ‘s, they vary from more traditional school stories with the addition of boys, technology, married teachers, among other things.
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Luckily one girl, at least, is on her side Her book Best Friends has the same drama, and I enjoyed both of these books. St Clare’s Collection 1. I read this series of books many times over when I was a young teenager.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. By the end of the book, all the magazine drama was forgotten. With her parents off to work in Saudi Arabia, Rebecca is off to a boarding school for the first time ever, starting in the second year of high school after all the others in her year have First firrst an apparently popular series that I’d not heard of before – boarding school stories set in the 70s which gives them a very different tone to the much earlier ones.
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