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When some school strawberry plants are vandalised, a lost blazer button at the scene of the crime leads straight to the Naughtiest Girl. It is hers, but how did it get there - and why would anyone want to pin the blame on Elizabeth? Bonus material in these new editions include: A rare, complete serial story about a "very" special school. An interview with Enid Blyton about he When some school strawberry plants are vandalised, a lost blazer button at the scene of the crime leads straight to the Naughtiest Girl. It is hers, but how did it get there - and why would anyone want to pin the blame on Elizabeth? Bonus material in these new editions include: A rare, complete serial story about a "very" special school. An interview with Enid Blyton about her school days. Enid Blyton's experiences as a teacher. A timeline of the author's life. Photos from Enid Blyton's younger days.


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When some school strawberry plants are vandalised, a lost blazer button at the scene of the crime leads straight to the Naughtiest Girl. It is hers, but how did it get there - and why would anyone want to pin the blame on Elizabeth? Bonus material in these new editions include: A rare, complete serial story about a "very" special school. An interview with Enid Blyton about he When some school strawberry plants are vandalised, a lost blazer button at the scene of the crime leads straight to the Naughtiest Girl. It is hers, but how did it get there - and why would anyone want to pin the blame on Elizabeth? Bonus material in these new editions include: A rare, complete serial story about a "very" special school. An interview with Enid Blyton about her school days. Enid Blyton's experiences as a teacher. A timeline of the author's life. Photos from Enid Blyton's younger days.

30 review for The Naughtiest Girl Saves the Day

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kirsti

    I did find aspects of this story slightly far fetched- it's another Digby book, like the others I've reviewed recently. Apart from that it is much the same as the rest in the series; Elizabeth gets into trouble, or her friends do, and she needs to work out how to get them out of it. New friends are made, and school life occurs on the daily. I actually bought the next three to read as well, so keep an eye out for those reviews as well! I did find aspects of this story slightly far fetched- it's another Digby book, like the others I've reviewed recently. Apart from that it is much the same as the rest in the series; Elizabeth gets into trouble, or her friends do, and she needs to work out how to get them out of it. New friends are made, and school life occurs on the daily. I actually bought the next three to read as well, so keep an eye out for those reviews as well!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Crane

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A Chain of Unfortunate Events put Elizabeth in the Crossfire, Can she Prove her Innocence before Disaster strikes for Real?!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rita

    It's more a 4.75 rating :) I really loved it, so cute !! I loved all the mystery in this book, it was really good for a children/middle school book :) Elizabeth is just awesome and i love Julian as well :D Such a fun little book <3 The only thing that i didn't really enjoy was the conclusion for the mystery, but that's ok :) Awesome series, i TOTALLY recommend :P It's more a 4.75 rating :) I really loved it, so cute !! I loved all the mystery in this book, it was really good for a children/middle school book :) Elizabeth is just awesome and i love Julian as well :D Such a fun little book <3 The only thing that i didn't really enjoy was the conclusion for the mystery, but that's ok :) Awesome series, i TOTALLY recommend :P

  4. 5 out of 5

    Johara Almogbel

    I didn't enjoy this much, the whole spiel about Daniel being 'odd' because he loves reading books is really unfair. I didn't enjoy this much, the whole spiel about Daniel being 'odd' because he loves reading books is really unfair.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pooja Kumari

    Best book for every person

  6. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte

    So this is the seventh book in the Naughtiest Girl series, and this time it practically picks up from where the last book ended. Elizabeth and Joan are waiting for the children who didn't stay to camp to come back to the school for the start of a new term. On arrival he children learn that they are going to performing a summer play. Elizabeth desperately wants the starring role so she practises making sure she's well prepared. During all this we are getting to know a character that has been ment So this is the seventh book in the Naughtiest Girl series, and this time it practically picks up from where the last book ended. Elizabeth and Joan are waiting for the children who didn't stay to camp to come back to the school for the start of a new term. On arrival he children learn that they are going to performing a summer play. Elizabeth desperately wants the starring role so she practises making sure she's well prepared. During all this we are getting to know a character that has been mentioned before but hasn't been developed Daniel, who Elizabeth and her friend Julien think is a little odd as he's very quiet and doesn't really mix with the other children. Anyway Elizabeth doesn't seem to be able to keep out of trouble as the blame when some strawberries get uprooted in the garden as an old school blazer button is found which belonged to her. She also gets the blame for cheeking the teacher and gets stripped of her part in the play and falls out with Julien in the process, and also for setting off the fire alarm in the middle of the night. She then saves the day when a real fire breaks out in Daniel's room and also finds out what has been causing all the strange things that have been happening. This wasn't one of my favourites but it was alright I'm slowly getting through the series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Winna

    I loved Elizabeth Allen's adventures as a kid and was delighted when I found the series continued by Anne Digby, published in new covers, at the bookstore yesterday. The story is as always fascinating, but not quite adventurous and thorough as before. We learn more about Daniel, but the conclusion feels a bit short and too neatly tied in a bow. I mean, there are so many coincidences that are simply figured out to create a simple ending. But it's like going back to childhood, which feels really nic I loved Elizabeth Allen's adventures as a kid and was delighted when I found the series continued by Anne Digby, published in new covers, at the bookstore yesterday. The story is as always fascinating, but not quite adventurous and thorough as before. We learn more about Daniel, but the conclusion feels a bit short and too neatly tied in a bow. I mean, there are so many coincidences that are simply figured out to create a simple ending. But it's like going back to childhood, which feels really nice. My favorite character has always been Julian, and I hope to read more about their adventures in the next book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Indah W

    Uugghh aahhh.. Don't really like this book.. Ntahlah, 'sentuhan' si Anne Digby beda ama racikan cerita si Enid Blyton. Sayang bangets, kenapa sih nih seri ngga berhenti di seri ke-3 aja? Kenapa juga musti dilanjutin ama si Anne?! Merusak ajeee.. huuhh!! Uugghh aahhh.. Don't really like this book.. Ntahlah, 'sentuhan' si Anne Digby beda ama racikan cerita si Enid Blyton. Sayang bangets, kenapa sih nih seri ngga berhenti di seri ke-3 aja? Kenapa juga musti dilanjutin ama si Anne?! Merusak ajeee.. huuhh!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Varindermittalyahoo.Com

    Can't say Can't say

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hitishaa Goyal

    AMAZING BOOK

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sally

    The Malory Towers and St. Clares' fill-ins by Pamela Cox are just SO much better than this one. There was just something a bit too young about this... it read younger than the original trilogy. The Malory Towers and St. Clares' fill-ins by Pamela Cox are just SO much better than this one. There was just something a bit too young about this... it read younger than the original trilogy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Fahim Faisal

    A good read. I didn't want to read it, but had no other choice as I had no other book in hand. But still didn't regret it. Just the speeches could have been a lot more practical. A good read. I didn't want to read it, but had no other choice as I had no other book in hand. But still didn't regret it. Just the speeches could have been a lot more practical.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dianeh

    This book, again by Anne Digby, has the usual plot. Elizabeth is excited to be back at Whyteleaf School but soon problems arise. She gets blamed. Only a few people believe her. She suffers an undeserved punishment. She and a friend try to solve the problem. They do and then all is righted at the school. Even knowing all this, the books are fun to read because they show how misunderstandings can be corrected. They show how after a disagreement or argument, people can admit a mistake, forgive and This book, again by Anne Digby, has the usual plot. Elizabeth is excited to be back at Whyteleaf School but soon problems arise. She gets blamed. Only a few people believe her. She suffers an undeserved punishment. She and a friend try to solve the problem. They do and then all is righted at the school. Even knowing all this, the books are fun to read because they show how misunderstandings can be corrected. They show how after a disagreement or argument, people can admit a mistake, forgive and forget.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Abhijit Gupta

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A light read for people who've just started with books. The protagonist (also known as the naughtiest girl because of her previous misadventures) gets into a play but is accused of jeopardizing the school decorum by playing pranks (uprooting strawberries, pulling fire alarm cause she heard someone say 'fire'). Ultimately it is found that a boy had a rook which was causing all the fuss. The story ends on a 'everyone lives happily ever after' note. 3 stars because of a good read for people who've s A light read for people who've just started with books. The protagonist (also known as the naughtiest girl because of her previous misadventures) gets into a play but is accused of jeopardizing the school decorum by playing pranks (uprooting strawberries, pulling fire alarm cause she heard someone say 'fire'). Ultimately it is found that a boy had a rook which was causing all the fuss. The story ends on a 'everyone lives happily ever after' note. 3 stars because of a good read for people who've started reading.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Vinay Leo

    #2019 #YearInBooks Book 31 I liked the mischief maker, I liked the ending, and that Elizabeth's real friends stood by her in time of doubt. But somehow, even though it wasn't a boring read, it wasn't a great one either. Not one of my favourite in the series. #2019 #YearInBooks Book 31 I liked the mischief maker, I liked the ending, and that Elizabeth's real friends stood by her in time of doubt. But somehow, even though it wasn't a boring read, it wasn't a great one either. Not one of my favourite in the series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Arunima Agarwal

    I love the Naughtiest girl. She may be the naughtiest in the school, but she is also the best.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Priska

    Iseng baca nemu di tumpukan lama. Ceritanya ringan banget, bisa dibaca sekali duduk, tapi seru dan memuaskan. Menyenangkan sekali. Setting-nya di sekolah berasrama Inggris pula, jadi pengen nulis di Whitsbury rpf, kan :3 #eh

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jade

    I enjoyed this novel and I am getting closer to finishing my reread of the series

  19. 4 out of 5

    Saba

    It is a summer term at Whyteleafe School. Miss Belle and Miss Best have written a play for the first form to be performed outside.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kashish

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love the naughtiest girls series and I even do recommend it to others and they also love it

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws

    This series is the one that introduced me to Enid Blyton’s books and it remains my favourite of all till date. Elizabeth is a spoilt brat who is sent to Whyteleafe so that she can learn and be disciplined. Even there she comes to be known as the naughtiest girl in school. But slowly she blossoms into a wonderful girl (who can be bratty if she wants to be) with slight push from her teachers and a lot of help from her friends. The series led me to romanticize the life at a boarding school (which I This series is the one that introduced me to Enid Blyton’s books and it remains my favourite of all till date. Elizabeth is a spoilt brat who is sent to Whyteleafe so that she can learn and be disciplined. Even there she comes to be known as the naughtiest girl in school. But slowly she blossoms into a wonderful girl (who can be bratty if she wants to be) with slight push from her teachers and a lot of help from her friends. The series led me to romanticize the life at a boarding school (which I later experienced for myself) and taught me a lot of life lessons. I particularly loved how the girls formed a group to make decisions and solve any problems on their own. There’s a lot of lessons to be learnt from these pages and I consider this series to be one of the must reads for every child (boy or girl) while growing up.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erliza Nur

    this book, it sucks... I aint like it..

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ayacchi

    Si badung dapat masalah! Dan siapa sangka, dalam rangka mengembalikan nama baiknya, dia malah menjadi pahlawan!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rhea

    it was amazing.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ayda

    It was interesting and I quite enjoyed reading this.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Fay

    A nostalgic tale that takes me back to my childhood.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    It is really fun and the end was kind of confusing because how can a crow say fire?!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Raima Muhammad

    This book is really interesting . I like how the author Enid Blyton , expresses it in a different way than the other books . I really like the plotting of this book .

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rashmi

  30. 5 out of 5

    Deeksha

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