The Twin’s at ST Clare’s

By: Enid Blyton 

I recommend The Twins at ST Clare’s because it is a real entertainer for younger children. At the start it introduces the main characters, Pat O’Sullivan and Isobel O’Sullivan. They are identical twins. They did not want to go to ST Clare’s (a boarding school for girls age 12 to18). They are very stuck up. Then the other pupils in the first form bring them out and they actually become a tiny bit decent.  Then they get up to all lots of trouble like mid-night feast’s and tricks. It has 21 chapters and 182 pages I would recommend this book for 6+. I hope that you enjoyed this review of my favourite book.

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3 responses »

  1. m1ssp says:

    One of my favourite series to read as a child Sophia. Thank you for your summary. Perhaps it would have been good to have just a little but more detail about the general plot.
    Great work and well done.
    Miss P 🙂

  2. lucy says:

    I love those books too!!!

  3. Sophia Nicholson says:

    Thank you Lucy I love them to! 😃

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