The Naughtiest Girl Again (Naughtiest Girl, Book 2)
Jan 23, Dianeh rated it it was amazing.
This book was as good or even better than the first to me. While Elizabeth continued to have some problems to resolve, other characters had issues and learned to cope! I, especially, like how the characters think about their problems and do something to correct their mistakes. I think that saying sorry all the time is a great lesson for young readers to learn. It is hard to admit making a mistake and often harder to apologize!! Dec 27, Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-literature , enid-blyton , series , british , animals , school.
The naughtiest girl again Enid Blyton
Elizabeth Allen returns to Whyteleafe wanting to do her best but ends up getting into some trouble again. There are three new students this time, one a fun and friendly girl but the others a bully and a somewhat spiteful girl. It is sort of utopian when one thinks about it and may be more than just a school story. Nov 29, Sean Harding rated it it was ok Shelves: blyton-enid.
Now that the naughtiest girl has been broken and has become a part of the horror of this school, it is time to make her a real obedient soul and of course have someone trying to upset the apple cart. The whole premise of the school is hard to take and even harder to believe, Lord of the Flies reveals how this school would actually end up.
Anyway this is not one of Blyton's best and the whole school terrifies me more than anything else in this series. Feb 07, Ella rated it liked it. Funny but the intended dramatic irony wasn't very strong at several points I felt really angry at several characters. A decent book but mostly because it's by Enid Blyton. Even though I didnt enjoy it as much as the first one it was still a whimsical and enjoyable story. Really enjoying my reread of this series. May 31, Deshna Bala rated it it was amazing.
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According to me, this book was even better than the 1st book of the series. It shows the determination of Elizabeth who tries to make up for her naughtiness from the previous term. Sep 05, FlySirius rated it really liked it Shelves: kids , read-in Elizabeth becoming a good kid is what we all expected. I love how Elizabeth could admit her fault and apologized for it. She is a mature kid now and I love her. Sep 25, Ouhadry Oumaima rated it liked it. One of the reasons that I liked this book is because the main character, Elizabeth, tries to change during this term. One example she gives during this story is that she tries to be friends with everybody and she tries not to break any rules.
I really liked this book because every thing that is happening to Elizabeth represents a real life story. It can happen to anyone that goes to a boarding or a norm After I have read the beginning of "The Naughtiest Girl Again" I liked three things about it. It can happen to anyone that goes to a boarding or a normal school. During this processes of changing, Elizabeth realizes that being naughty did not bring her to any thing. And this something i liked about Elisabeth because i find that she grew.
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What i did not like about this story is the fear of bullying. The younger kid is afraid to say the truth because he is scared to be more bullied. Robert wants Elizabeth to get her bad reputation back. He wants everyone to think that she did not change. Elizabeth wants to defend the younger students but is impossible because she always gets in trouble because no one ever saw Robert do any thing bad. Even the little boy who gets bullied by Robert is afraid to tell the truth.
Elizabeth doesn't know what to do. All Elizabeth wished for was a happy and friendly term with everyone. Joan is Elizabeth's best friend and she knows that Elizabeth is saying the truth but she can't witness because she was not with her when Robert was bullying that poor little peter.
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All Elizabeth does is say the truth and all Robert says are parts of truths but mostly lies. I am so impatient to see what she will do. View 1 comment. Aug 13, Alice-Elizabeth marriedtobooks rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed. Children's Fiction. The story that shows when supposed naughty children do have a heart of gold.
I've been a strong Enid Blyton fan for years. The Naughtiest Girl is a series that I grew up with whilst at Primary School which is now a long while ago. The series revolves around one main protagonist: Elizabeth Allen who is shipped off to a co-educational boarding school after one too many pranks on her governess. This story is the second in the series and picks up what was left of the first book. It Children's Fiction.
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It's a new term at school, and with a new term comes new students, new antics and new.. The mission is clear for Elizabeth. She vows to stay out of trouble but when things start to go wrong, her suspicions lie on two new students who have joined her form. Enid Blyton has created mystery, action and tension in a story for children to read and enjoy. Her character development I feel is excellent and the setting of the boarding school Whyteleafe is something that I could easily picture in my head.
My favourite part about this book were the set-up for the weekly meetings that the school has which is entirely run by students. I feel that by including this feature, it opens up what democracy is to young readers. Overall, an enjoyable read. Finished within a couple of hours.
Given that my childhood had been spent reading, amongst many, many other books, The Faraway Tree series in the days when Fanny was not yet Frannie, Dame Slap not yet Dame Snap and, to a lesser extent, the Famous Five and Secret Seven books, I was rather surprised when I came across this book, the second of what I believe to be a series of four, that had obviously passed me by Arguably reading a book 'meant' for children as an adult is different to reading that book as a child and Given that my childhood had been spent reading, amongst many, many other books, The Faraway Tree series in the days when Fanny was not yet Frannie, Dame Slap not yet Dame Snap and, to a lesser extent, the Famous Five and Secret Seven books, I was rather surprised when I came across this book, the second of what I believe to be a series of four, that had obviously passed me by Arguably reading a book 'meant' for children as an adult is different to reading that book as a child and, yes, we may not feel the same magic we might once have felt but then many so-called children's books are loved no matter what the age of the reader.
OK, so a story about friendship, of doing the right thing but With concerns of the author's works being sexist, xenophobic, racist Set in a boarding school, it has nothing to do with the fact that this isn't Harry Potter and everything to do with the fact that, whilst I can't say I particularly picked up on any of these criticisms, I found the writing sloppy and unimaginative, the story terribly outdated arguably not surprising given its original publication date of , the characters unbearably pretentious. Copyright: Tracy Terry Pen and Paper Jul 07, Rae Stoltenkamp rated it really liked it.
This second go at Enid Blyton was a lot better than the first. I managed to get over the fact it feels very dated and just ran with the scenario.
In this book the central character has settled into her new school but still has some problems dealing with her quick temper and impetuosity. This book also deals with the time old problem of how one tackles bullies. It is a bit simplistic in its analysis of why people bully but on the whole it fosters the idea that violence towards someone who is viol This second go at Enid Blyton was a lot better than the first. It is a bit simplistic in its analysis of why people bully but on the whole it fosters the idea that violence towards someone who is violent is never a solution.
In this respect I greatly applaud the book. I also warmed to the fact that it champions the need to find the thing you love and do it to the absolute best of your ability. All in all it was a much better read than the first book and I would recommend it for anyone young person fighting personal demons and trying to understand how the world works. May 01, Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own. Elizabeth is a spoilt brat who is sent to Whyteleafe so that she can learn and be disciplined.