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    Mr

    I'm a sentimentalist! Ticked all the right boxes.
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    Really enjoyed this book, easy to read, enjoyable, great insight and observations, often made me laugh
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    Enjoying reading the series. Looking forward to the next read.
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    Trouble at the Little Village School

    Just as good, laugh-out-loud and at times tear-jerking as tje first instalment as the first book in the series. Having had such big success at turning around the Little Village School in Barton-in-the-Dale there is a big blow coming in that the school is threatened od being amalgamated with its rival, and there is a chance that Elisabeth would have to work alongside the other headteacher who is a very disagreeable and self-important person. And then there is the little matter of Danny, the life-loving, polite little boy Elisabeth met when she first came to Barton. The boy who so loves the countryside, being free and out in the open is being sent to live with his grandmother, who hasnt seen or been in contact with Danny for six years, in her apartment in the city... Very good and entertaining read, hard to put down.
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