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Life at a village school

Beverley Drummond

Life at a village school

by Beverley Drummond

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Published by Eastham Village School in Eastham,Wirral .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBeverley Drummond and Jayne Millington.
ContributionsMillington, Jayne.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13936294M

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“Both of our girls came away with a love of learning, first and foremost, and a genuine curiosity about the world.” – PARENT OF VILLAGE SCHOOL ALUMNAE ’01 & ’ Get this from a library! Village school. [Read, Miss.] -- Introduces the remarkable schoolmistress Miss Read and her lovable group of children, who, with a mixture of skinned knees and smiles, are just as likely to lose themselves as their mittens. This is.

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Life at a village school by Beverley Drummond Download PDF EPUB FB2

Life in a small English Village with all the characters and sweetness that one could ever want. If this is your first Miss Read book, it won't be your last.

As many of the other commenters will say the editing for the Kindle editions are not that great in that they have misspellings/5(22). The first novel in the beloved Fairacre series, Village School introduces the remarkable schoolmistress Miss Read and her lovable group of children, who, with a mixture of skinned knees and smiles, are just as likely to lose themselves as their mittens.

This is the English village of Fairacre: a handful of thatch-roofed cottages, a church, the school, the promise of fair weather, friendly faces, and good cheer -- at least /5(48). Set in the quintessentially English village of Fairacre, Village School follows the lives of head school mistress Miss Read and an eclectic bunch of children and their families in the s.

This is a place where everyone knows everyone elses business and like to have a say in in too!/5. Tales from a Village School.

The 39th book by Miss Read (the real-life Dora Saint) is a delightful collection of 40 stories, first published 40 years ago in England, and based on her own lifelong involvement with country schools as a village schoolteacher in the Berkshires.

94 line drawings/5. The first novel in the beloved Fairacre series, Village School introduces the remarkable schoolmistress Miss Read and her lovable group of children, who, with a mixture of skinned knees and smiles, are just as likely to lose themselves as their mittens.

This is the English village of Fairacre: a handful of thatch-roofed cottages, a church, the school, the promise of fair weather, friendly faces, /5(19). Finally, the awe and energy of the wide-eyed children and their village relatives offer a new year of promise and hard work.

The first novel in Miss Read's cherished Fairacre series, VILLAGE SCHOOL is a reprint of the tale that introduced the lovable teacher and her villagers to the world.5/5(5). The Fairacre series was written first, and this book, "Village School" written in is the first in the series.

Miss Read is the Head School Mistress in the two room school house in the village of Fairacre, and from this vantage point she sees and relates the many /5(51). The book was a bit slow to start with but once it got past the first chapter it was a lot of fun.

It was very much a traditional view of a Yorkshire village with the quirky characters and types of behaviours that are often associated with that county.4/5. THE LITTLE VILLAGE SCHOOL SERIES.

Follow the links to read these 'Little Village School' series of books from best-selling author Gervase Phinn. click on the links to find out about individual books [ The Little Village School ] [ Trouble at the Little Village School ] [ The School.

From Book 1: Rosy Winter is definitely not looking for love. Following heartbreak, Rosy has rebuilt her life in the beautiful Cornish village of Penmenna. Now headmistress of the local school, she is living by The Rule: no dating anyone in the village.

The Fairacre series was written first, and this book, "Village School" written in is the first in the series. Miss Read is the Head School Mistress in the two room school house in the village of Fairacre, and from this vantage point she sees and relates the many /5(36).

These stories of village school life in the 's bring back memories for me and the whole atmosphere and slow pace of the stories helps to calm me and to switch off from the stresses of the day. The books also help one to value each person whether academically or financially successful or not - people's true characters are what count in these s:   But here it is, the first of May and time for a new LWD Book Club selection.

I find myself drawn to simply, cozy books right now which seems like the perfect time for me to start the Fairacre series by Miss Read.

Village School is the first in the series and I’m eager to enter a world of Fairacre, a British village in the s. Trouble at the Little Village School: Book 2 in the life-affirming Little Village School series by Gervase Phinn Paperback $ Ships from and sold by Book Depository UK.

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Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic s: This book is a reprint of a now classic text dealing with Wolcott's dissertation topic on the study of a Kwakiutl Indian village and the one-room school he taught at Village Island in the Alert Bay region of British Columbia.

Within the book, Wolcott's interest in anthropology and training as an educator are blended together to present a unique look into the educational training of Indian. The Fairacre series was written first, and this book, "Village School" written in is the first in the series.

Miss Read is the Head School Mistress in the two room school house in the village of Fairacre, and from this vantage point she sees and relates the many stories of her co-workers, her pupils and their s: By Gigi, Village School Parent and ABC/Project Cornerstone Lead The Project Cornerstone ABC program has been a great success at Village.

So much so that last year teachers began to wonder whether we could expand the program by supplementing alternative, more substantive books for our most avid and capable readers. This bind up I read consisted of the first three books in the series: Village School, Village Diary and Storm in the Village.

The first two were published in and the third in These are quiet books with not much of a plot. They just follow the school mistress in a small English village called Fairacre and her anecdotes about village life/5.

About this Item: Boston: Houghton Mifflin,Hardcover first edition - First US printing. Forty stories about life as a village schoolteacher, illustrated throughout with small drawings by Kate Dicker.

Fine in fine dust jacket. Village School This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.

This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.The 39th book by Miss Read (the real-life Dora Saint) is a delightful collection of 40 stories, first published 40 years ago in England, and based on her own lifelong involvement with country schools as a village schoolteacher in the Berkshires.The first novel in the beloved Fairacre series, Village School introduces the remarkable schoolmistress Miss Read and her lovable group of children, who, with a mixture of skinned knees and smiles, are just as likely to lose themselves as their mittens.

This is the English village of Fairacre: a handful of thatch-roofed cottages, a church, the school, the promise of fair weather, friendly faces, and good cheer -- at least /5(82).