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Winter Term at Malory Towers · Read more · New Term at Malory Towers. Read more Malory 04 - Upper Fourth At Malory Towers · Read more. Darrell has left, and Felicity is head of the third form. And what a lot she has to deal with!. Malory Towers is a series of six novels by English children's author Enid Blyton. The series is In the seventh book, New Term at Malory Towers, Felicity battles with clingy friends as well . Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.

Five Have Plenty of Fun George is not pleased when Berta, a spoilt American girl, turns up at Kirrin Cottage in the middle of the night dressed in disguise! But George hasn't got time to be jealous. Berta is in hiding from kidnappers, and she needs help. The Famous Five must risk danger to help out this stranger. Five On a Secret Trail Camping again! This time the Five have pitched their tent near an old ruined cottage, which looks as though it's been abandoned for years. When Anne hears strange noises at night the others don't believe her Could the cottage be haunted?

Now if she were at Trenigan Towers, everyone would be out practising tennis strokes or something! She had whipped out her Scowl Book, and was busy tlrawing. Amanda had no idea what she was doing. She was so new that she didn't even realize that Belinda could draw. She saw in horror that Belinda had caught her face and expression exactly.

New Term at Malory Towers - Enid Blyton

She snatched at the book but Belinda dodged out of the way. T didn't look like that,' said Amanda, enraged. She had been too busy scorning the others at their tooling. She turned away, after giving Moira a most unpleasant look which Moira fully returned.

Darrell thought there wasn't a pin to choose between the two looks! Amanda turned off to the corner where the radio stood.

She began to fiddle about with it and eventually managed to find a recording of some sporting event. The commentator was very excited, and his voice came loudly through the common-room, where the girls were having their break.

Nobody quite liked to tell her to turn it down a bit. Darrell nudged Sally and nodded to the window. It had stopped raining. Sally grinned. She and Darrell made signs to the others to creep out of the room without disturbing Amanda. One by one they tiptoed out, and Darrell softly closed the door.

They rushed to the cloakroom, lound their lockers, slipped on tennis shoes, snatched up their rackets and ran out to the courts.

Amanda did. The recording came to an end and sin- switched off the radio. She was immediately struck by the quiet in the room, ami swung round. It was empty. She heard the sound of voices outside, and the thud of tennis balls being struck, arid went to the window. She scowled down.

They were just doing all that to annoy her! The girls came back, laughing, when the bell went. As usual the girls settled down very quickly for the new term.

The summer tern; was always such a lovely one. There were so many things to do - and for those who liked swimming, the magnificent pool that lay in a great hollow of a rock down below on the shore was a source of the greatest delight. Those who wished could go to swim before breakfast, ind every morning, once the pool had been declared vvarm enough for swimming, girls ran down the steep cliff-path to the swimming-pool.

They wore their swimming-costumes with a wrap round them. Most of the girls loved the pool. A few didn't. Those who hadn't learned to swim were afraid. Those who didn't like cold water hated the pool. Gwen, of course, vas one of these, and so was Maureen. The new French girl also hated the very idea of the pool. She went to watch the girls there once, and quealed in fright if a splash of water so much as reached her toes! Don't be an idiot! I can't think why Mam'zelle! Neither ol thetn understood the craze for games and sports of all kinds that they found in English schools.

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Even if you can't be persuaded to learn to swim, you can watch the others! Miss Potts wished fervently she had Suzanne in the first form under her for just one day.

She was quite certain that Suzanne would never utter that infuriating word again! Gwendoline and Maureen were made to swim, of course, though it still took them ages to make up their minds to get into the cold, clear water. If there was one thing Gwen hated it was to enter the pool suddenly without warning! The pool was always beautiful on blue sunny days. It shone a deeper blue than the sky, and after a few weeks of summer got really deliriously warm - till the tide came in, swamped the pool, and left cooler water there!

Darrell loved the pool. Even when she was not swimming she used to take her books down beside it and dream there, looking over the brilliant blue water. Moira was a very good swimmer.

So was Sally. Darrell always had been.

But the new girl, Amanda, surpassed them all! She was a most magnificent swimmer. The first time she entered the water, everyone gasped. She streaked across the pool with the most powerful over-arm stroke the girls had ever seen. T never saw anything like it. She is good enough for the Olympic Games.

She could beat us hollow, Sally. She looked out to sea.

She had great strong legs too. She was heavy in her walk, and not at all graceful in ordinary life - hut when she was playing games or swimming, she had the strong grace of some big animal, and was most fascinating to watch. The lower forms gaped at her, and often came down to the pool when the word went round that Amanda was there - just to stand and stare! As head of school games, she was always on the look-out for likely youngsters to coach. T might. She was nearby, listening.

Moira was not very likeable, hut at least she did try to help the lower forms in their games. They looked after the youngsters. Vou seem to have too few games mistresses here.

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There were plenty of teachers tor everything! Sally saw Darrell's laee, and nudged her. It's no good saying anything,' she said, as Amanda walked oil.

As she gets older at Malory Towers she begins to realise her talent for writing and goes on to be a writer. She is very well known in the school and was looked up to by all the smaller children in her time as Head Girl. Gwendoline Lacey was a silly girl, always thinking that she was good, even when she was doing the wrong things. Alicia especially liked to pick on her, making Gwen Gwendoline's nickname both afraid and angry towards her. Her attitude only changed when her father fell very sick during her last term, and she was told that he will die.

Realizing that she had to stop being so fussy about things, she starts to wonder about her dreadful future.

She had wished to go for a university overseas, but since her father had lost his job, she will have to live poorly, and go for a local one. Alicia Johns was the form joker. There was no end to the tricks she played on the poor teachers. Although she was very popular because of her pranks and jokes she was also very sharp-tongued and scornful of those less talented or healthy than her. She had a very quick brain and if she really worked hard at something then it would be amazing however, she was far too busy playing the fool.

Her years at Malory Towers did soften her and she became less sharp-tongued and hard. She was never given any role of responsibility because she was far too fond of playing the fool. Sally Hope was Darrell's best friend.

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Although at first she was very odd and quiet because of troubles at home, she soon blossomed into a calm, responsible young lady. The troubles at home were all because Sally was jealous of her younger sister, Daffy, for taking all her parents' attention. Poor Sally was so upset that she thought her parents sent her away to Malory Tower because they didn't want her.

The issue was resolved when Sally fell ill and her parents left the baby at home and came all the way down to Cornwall, which was where the school was, to see Sally. Convinced that her parents did love her, she turned into a much nicer and happier girl and soon Sally and Darrell became best friends.

Jealousy had always been an issue with Sally and she tried hard to get rid of it while she was at Malory Towers. In second form she became head girl and then in the sixth became games captain. Betty was Alicia's best friend from a different tower and she was very similar to Alicia, that's why Miss Grayling the head mistress wouldn't let Betty move into Alicia's tower.

Mary-Lou- A timid little thing who was even scared of her own shadow when she first came.

However she did get better. She was Gwen's 'best friend' but Gwen was only using her really, then she made a threesome with Darrell and Sally before she finally found a friend of her own, Daphne, who appeared in the second form. Daphne was a silly, pretty girl who joined in the second form. She initially made friends with Gwendoline, before becoming a better person and befriending Mary-Lou.

Felicity Rivers was Darrell's younger sister who joins the first form when Darrell is in the fourth. She is the main character of Pamela Cox's sequel series.

June Johns was Alicia's cousin who was in Felicity's form. Like her cousin, she was extremely mischievous and troublesome, but not quite as good-hearted and ended up hurting many other girls' feelings. Susan Blake was Felicity's best friend.All the teachers were suspicious of her. June has her harsh side, just like her cousin Alicia. True to her word. Most of the others were having difficulty in controlling their mirth as well, and people at the other tables began to notice.

Felicity vowed silently that she would be the best head-girl any form had ever had — even better than Darrell! This was so astonishing to the others that they were struck into silence. It's a jolly good thing for Gwendoline Mary that there's one sensible person in her family!

Veronica decided that she would go all out to win Amy over at teatime, then nobody could accuse her of wanting to be friends with the new girl for the wrong reasons.

In fairness, the fifth and sixth books 11 and 12 in the series were probably the best of the lot.

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