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Eric


CHAPTER I--CHILDHOOD.CHAPTER II--A NEW HOME.CHAPTER III--BULLYING.

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Sara Crewe


In the first place, Miss Minchin lived in London. Her home was a large,

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of A Little Princess


Once on a dark winter's day, when the yellow fog hung so thick and heavy in the st

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Action's Feud


Shannon, the old Blue, had brought down a rattling eleven—two Internationals among

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Tom Brown's Schooldays


T is not often that in later years one finds any book as good as one remembers it

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the Rebel Of The School


The Great Shirley School, well as it was managed, had perhaps a larger share than ma

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The Mystery At Putnam Hall


From the opening of the school there had been dissatisfaction with one of the teache

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Grace Harlowe's Junior Year At High School


"I wonder what school will bring us this year?" mused Nora O'Malley, as she retied h

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The Luckiest Girl in the School


"There's no doubt about it, we really must economize somehow!" sighed Mrs. Woodward

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A Popular Schoolgirl


CHAPTER I. The End of the HolidaysCHAPTER II. Opening DayCHAPTER III. Wynch-on-th

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Louis' School Days


It was originally my intention to leave the child of my imagination to make its way

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Jack of Both Sides


"This" was a large basket, lined with a white cloth, at the bottom of which lay nine

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Grace Harlowe's Plebe Year At High School


"Her name is Pierson; that is all I know about her," replied Nora O'Malley, gazing a

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For the Sake of the School


Snorting and puffing, as if in agitated apology for the tardiness of its arrival, th

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Follow My leader


That they were bound on an important journey was very evident. They were muffled up i

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The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch


I was young at the time, very young—scarcely a month old. Watches however, as every

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My Friend Smith


And my uncle stood up, and taking a coat-tail under each arm, established himself upo

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The Cock-House at Fellsgarth


Does some one tell me he never heard of Fellsgarth? I am surprised. Where can you ha

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Boycotted


But when it all happened, I had my doubts on both points, and could explain the affai

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The Willoughby Captains


Among these last-named holiday-making young Willoughbites no one parades more triumph

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Tom and some other Girls


A plaintive sob greeted his words from the neighbourhood of the sofa. For once in her

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Etheldreda the Ready


What was the matter? Nobody knew. One day the sky was blue and serene—the next, the

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Parkhurst Boys


I could have knighted him on the spot. To be one of the picked “fifteen,” whose g

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Glyn Severn's Schooldays


The other fellows, he said, might make idiots of themselves if they liked, he should

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Ernest Bracebridge


There he stood, surrounded by some of the bigger boys who had been at school with him

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Fred Fenton On The Crew


Usually he was a very good-natured sort of a chap, one of the "give-and-take" kind,

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The Princess of the School


On a certain morning, just a week before[1] Christmas, the little world of school at

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The Youngest Girl in the Fifth


The speaker—Ida Bridge—a small, perky, spindle-legged Junior, jumped on to the n

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The Rover Boys at Colby Hall


As mentioned in several of the other volumes of the first series, this line was sta

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The Rover Boys on the Farm


It is a large number of volumes to write about one set of characters, isn't it? When

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Wilton School: or


It was a sad evening in the little farm by the church of Wilton, yet very sweet an

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The Grammar School Boys of Gridley


"Too bad!" murmured Old Dut. "And just after we had all been enlivened by the hope o

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The Rover Boys Under Canvas


As mentioned in a number of volumes of the first series, this line was started some

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Marjorie Dean High School Freshman


Marjorie Dean's merry face looked unusually sober as she walked down the corridor be

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Fred Fenton on the Track


Fred had himself occasion to know what it meant to lie awake nights, and wonder if f

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The New Girl at St. Chad's


It was Madge Summers who asked the question, seated on the right-hand corner of Mai

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Little Men: Life at Plumfield With Jo's Boys


LITTLE MEN CHAPTER I.   NAT CHAPTER II.   THE BOYS CHAPTER III.  

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Jo's Boys


Chapter 1.   TEN YEARS LATER Chapter 2.   PARNASSUS

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Grace Harlowe's Senior Year At High School


It was a sunny afternoon in early October, and Grace Harlowe with her three chums, A

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The Gold Bat


All of which, being interpreted, meant that the first match of the Easter term had j

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The White Feather


"We got thirty points last year," he went on. "Thirty-three, and forty-two the year

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Mike


In such a case the criticisms of the family circle, particularly of the smaller Jack

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