Binkie of IIIB

Binkie of IIIB

Evelyn Smith H. Coller / Sep 23, 2019

Binkie of IIIB The state of things in Form IIIB at St Helen s gives scope for those qualities of courage tact and unselfishness which make Binkie such a lovable little soul Completely natural she is always cheerfu

  • Title: Binkie of IIIB
  • Author: Evelyn Smith H. Coller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The state of things in Form IIIB at St Helen s gives scope for those qualities of courage, tact and unselfishness which make Binkie such a lovable little soul Completely natural, she is always cheerful, and possessed by a flame of wonderful esprit de corps, and her example rouses the Form to all round keenness Of course there are some troubles, and Binkie has her share,The state of things in Form IIIB at St Helen s gives scope for those qualities of courage, tact and unselfishness which make Binkie such a lovable little soul Completely natural, she is always cheerful, and possessed by a flame of wonderful esprit de corps, and her example rouses the Form to all round keenness Of course there are some troubles, and Binkie has her share, but thanks to her, friendships are strengthened and heartburnings allayed from the dustjacket

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    About "Evelyn Smith H. Coller"

      • Evelyn Smith H. Coller

        Born in Leamington Spa, in 1885, British children s author Constance Evelyn Smith was the daughter of Henry Bartlett Smith, high bailiff of Warwickshire County Court, and his wife, Eleanor Langford She was educated at Leamington High School now known as the Kingsley School , and at Royal Holloway College, where she graduated with first class honors in English, in 1907 She taught at Glasgow High School from 1909 1923, until ill health forced her into an early retirement She turned to writing at this period, and edited plays and collections of poetry, in addition to publishing her girls school stories She died of pneumonia in 1928.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.


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    1. Very good school story about Binkie, the younger sister of the Head Girl in her school. No pressure there! To make matters worse, she is placed in a form with a poor reputation. In my opinion, Evelyn Smith is one of the best school-story writer, better than some of the more popular authors.


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