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Enid Blyton: First Term at Malory Towers - Classic! A must read for every young teenage girl!

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Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming

'Well-off families create 'glass floor' to ensure children's success, says study - Children from wealthier families but with less academic ability are more likely to become high earners than more gifted counterparts from poor families

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Maria Laach Abbey , Germany. (and this for the general feel for the school that Jane attends)

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I had this as a little Girl..and then was able to buy it for my daughter...it was such a lovely Comic..with a Cut out doll every week too...

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I hold my hand up in the darkened room, spread the fingers wide. Skin, blood, bone ... or stardust? How could there not be magic and hope and miracles in the world, if all of us were made of stars?

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Malory Towers...I would read a lot of Enid Blyton books. The Malory Towers stories were about girls in a boarding school. There was a different book for each school year.

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