The Luckiest Girl in the School


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(2.4 stars; 9 reviews)

Winona Woodward faces a sudden reversal in family fortunes when she wins a scholarship to Seaton High School. This book by Angela Brazil helped to establish the girls' school story genre, and is therefore full of young, active, independent girls and all the emotions and relationships typical of boarding school life in the early 1900s - Summary by Katie Francesca (7 hr 23 min)

Chapters

A Great Change 24:07 Read by Katie Francesca
An Entrance Examination 24:03 Read by Katie Francesca
Seaton High School 17:40 Read by Katie Francesca
The Symposium 27:42 Read by Katie Francesca
Aunt Harriet 24:16 Read by Jim Locke
A Crisis 23:09 Read by Katie Francesca
An Autumn Foray 21:22 Read by Jim Locke
Concerns a Camera 20:14 Read by Jim Locke
The School Service Badge 19:44 Read by Jim Locke
A Scare 18:48 Read by Jim Locke
The Open-Air Camp 21:15 Read by Jim Locke
Captain Winona 13:47 Read by Jim Locke
The Hostel 19:11 Read by Jim Locke
The Hockey Season 20:36 Read by Jim Locke
Winona Turns Chauffeur 22:56 Read by Jim Locke
The Athletic Display 16:19 Read by Jim Locke
Back to the Land 20:35 Read by Jim Locke
A Friend in Need 24:08 Read by Jim Locke
The Swimming Contest 19:56 Read by Jim Locke
The Red Cross Hospital 18:09 Read by Jim Locke
The End of the Term 25:05 Read by Jim Locke

Reviews

bperry


(0.5 stars)

Jim Locke is an unfortunate choice for reader. Expressionless monotone makes this excellent story unpleasantly dull.

very poorly read - I quit listenlng


(1 stars)