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Jen of the Abbey School
Elsie Jeanette Oxenham
|Statement||by Elsie J. Oxenham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
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Jen of the Abbey School book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Reissued in three parts, as The Girls of Rocklands School (1 /5. Jen of the Abbey School [Elsie J Oxenham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jen of the Abbey School5/5(1).
Schoolgirl Jen at the Abbey Hardcover – by Elsie J. OXENHAM (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. Book 7 of 15 in the Abbey Girls Series. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" 4/5(1). Schoolgirl Jen at the Abbey book. Read 3 Jen of the Abbey School book from the world's largest community for readers. stories but because I don't have the fondness/relationship with the characters that I do with series like the Chalet School, it grated on me a lot more.
I suspect this was probably not the book to start the series on either - as I had no idea of /5. Jen of the Abbey School was published in but goes back in time to fill in the gaps in Jen’s story. It tells the story of Jen at her Yorkshire home, and of her friendship with the girls of a boarding school on the hills near at hand.
JEN OF THE ABBEY SCHOOL written by Oxenham, Elsie J. illustrated by Meyerheim, Florence published by Collins Clear-Type Press (STOCK CODE: ) for sale by Stella & Rose's Books.
JEN OF THE ABBEY SCHOOL Written by Elsie J. Oxenham. Illustrated by Florence Meyerheim. Stock no. Published by Collins Clear-Type Press. Very good condition.
Grey pictorial cloth. Colour frontis, 2 b/w plates. pages plus publication list to rear. Small ink mark to edge of spine. Spotting along couple of cover edges. Brown mark to rear cover.
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Clean hardback in dustwrapper, pages in overall clean condition with some light foxing throughout, endpapers browned and neat ownership details on front endpaper dated this is the only date in book. Outer illustrated boards are clean with some fading to top and bottom of spine, light wear to edges and corners.
Dustwrapper is overall bright but has some small losses, creasing, few marks. Jen was a nice young character who was introduced because the original girls Joan and Joy had grown up and were not interesting to the schoolgirl readership. There must have been a great tradition of naming girls with J as we also get Janice later, called Jandy Mac, all of which can be confusing.
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Many members of staff have dedicated their teaching life to the development of educational programmes and curriculum subjects specifically designed to enrich the lives of young children.At that time, the Abbey School was in Park Road, Beckenham, whence it moved to Ashurst Wood, near East Grinstead shortly after the start of the Second World War.
The fate of the two schools was finally determined by the winding-up of the Abbey and Clare House Company in The school adjoined the remains of the ancient Abbey of Reading, and was called the Abbey School. “This school at Reading,” writes Miss Lefroy, “was rather a free and easy one judging by Mrs.
Sherwood’s account of it when she was there some years later (than the Austens), and when several French émigrés were among its masters.