THE NAUGHTIEST GIRL IN THE SCHOOL
by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by W. Lindsay Cable
Published by George Newnes Limited. 1st. 1940
Very good condition in a fair dustwrapper. Orange cloth, black titles. B/w text illustrations. 184 pages.
Spine and corners bumped. Some slight mottling to cloth. Some foxing to contents. Tiny booksellers sticker to rear pastedown. 2 of the b/w illustrations have been neatly coloured in. Worn and torn dustwrapper with some loss to spine and corners and larger piece of loss to lower corner of front panel. Old tape repairs have yellowed on front and verso. Large tear across spine and onto front panel. Rear panel and spine are slightly grubby. Still a nice copy of the first edition in very scarce original dustwrapper.
Stock no. 1318957
- Elizabeth is sent away to a boarding school for boys and girls because she is so naughty at home that no one can manage her. She makes up her mind to be so bad that she will be sent home. She plays tricks, she is as naughty as can be, she is rude, greedy and disobedient - but the other children won't put up with her naughty ways and set out to teach Elizabeth a few things she ought to know.