THE LEADER OF THE LOWER SCHOOL
Illustrated by John Campbell
Published by Blackie & Son Ltd.. Circa. 1927
Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Green pictorial cloth, cream titles. Colour frontis plate, 4 b/w plates. 7 x 5". 256 pages.
Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Small split to base of spine. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Page browning; some foxing. Wrapper spine is very browned with foxing and couple of small pieces of loss to base; grubby marks also to wrapper; some edge-creasing.
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- Gipsy Latimer is an unusual character and her personality and doings entertain her companions at Briarcroft Hall. It is a rather conventional, steady-going establishment, but Gipsy brings with her ideas picked up abroad, and her influence makes itself felt in amusing ways. She has the gift of leadership and soon begins to be regarded by the juniors as their champion in the long standing feud with the seniors, who presume too much on their privileges. Gipsy's school career is a chequered one - which makes it all the more interesting - but in the end there is no doubt that Gipsy is the Leader of the Lower School.