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by Mabel Esther Allan

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ISBN:
0200727370
Author:
Mabel Esther Allan
Language:
English
Publisher:
TBS The Book Service Ltd; 1st Edition edition (February 1981)
Pages:
128 pages
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1304 kb
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1297 kb
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Mabel Esther Allan (Author). I read A Strange Enchantment and thought it was excellent. I loved how the book completely kept my interest.

Mabel Esther Allan (Author). Primrose Harvey is a very true to life character.

A Strange Enchantment book. Sixteen-year-old Prim becomes a farm laborer during World War. Details (if other): Cancel.

Sixteen-year-old Prim becomes a farm laborer during World War II in England and finds the life very agreeable. A great story about a young woman and her life during war. By Thriftbooks. com User, October 21, 1998. She makes her reader feel as if they are actually back in time living during world war two. The book really portraits what happened during world war two better than any history book could.

Mabel Esther Allan (11 February 1915 – 14 May 1998) was a British author of about 170 children's books. Mabel Esther Allan was born at Wallasey on the Wirral Peninsula, then in Cheshire (now Merseyside). She decided to be an author at the age of eight; her father bought her a writing desk and taught her how to type. When the family moved, Allan was given a study in which to write.

Mabel Esther Allan was a British author of about 170 children's books. very badly and wrongly'. It was such a taboo subject that she never discussed it with anyone until she was almost thirty, when it spontaneously improved. Her eyesight was the reason she disliked school. lt;/p

Mabel Esther Allan writing as Priscilla Hagon. Blue boards, red title to spine. TOMORROW IS A LOVELY DAY Written by Mabel Esther Allan. Stock no. 1314760 Published by Abelard.

Mabel Esther Allan writing as Priscilla Hagon. 185 pages, top edge blue. SIGNED by the author to front free-endpaper. Endpapers very lightly browned. Dustwrapper is just a little edge rubbed. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Brown boards, gilt title to spine.

Mabel Esther Allan was born at Wallasey on the Wirral Peninsula, then in Cheshire (now Merseyside). Allan's books are fascinating for a number of reasons. Although like many authors of the era she often used the school book genre, she was a proponent of . Neill, founder of an educational philosophy which promotes freedom and self-discipline in childhood. Her schools, significantly, are co-educational.

Allan Mabel Esther - Over the Sea to School. Allan Mabel Esther - The Mystery Began in Madeira (It Started in Madeira). Читать pdf. Allan Mabel Esther - The Flash Children. Allan Mabel Esther - Clare Goes to Holland. Allan Mabel Esther - Ballet for Drina. Allan Mabel Esther - Castle of Fear (Mystery at Saint-Hilaire).

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  • Sennnel
I read A Strange Enchantment and thought it was excellent. I loved how the book completely kept my interest. Primrose Harvey is a very true to life character. She makes her reader feel as if they are actually back in time living during world war two. The book really portraits what happened during world war two better than any history book could. PrimRose is very explicit when she tells the reader what is going on in the story. The characters Hilary Denbuck and Eileen Parry also help to make the book amusing and light when it could have gotten very disheartening. I really enjoyed this book, it gave me a much better understanding of some of the things that happened during world war two.
  • Antuiserum
This book showed the hardships during world war two. Primrose Harvey adds a year onto her age and joins the land army. The book is in first person and shows the unsanitary conditions of farm life, the long hours with little or no overtime pay, and the loneliness through the long winters. This book strongly shows how many people's attitudes change and how they find that enemy's can become friends.