"Elizabeth Allen is spoilt and selfish. When she's sent away to boarding school she makes up her mind to be the naughtiest pupil there's ever been! But Elizabeth soon finds out that being bad isn't as easy as it seems."

I loved this book

I am sorry to say that this was my first time reading this book. Most of the Enid Blyton books I have read this past year I read as a child, so I was very excited to re read them as an adult. I kept putting this book off because I hadn't read it before and I didn't know if I would enjoy it. I was an idiot to think that because I absolutely loved it.

I fell in love with Elizabeth Allen almost immediately. I really enjoyed reading about her being naughty. I loved the fact that while she was naughty she was never mean and never wanted to hurt or upset anyone.

Watching Elizabeth grow and change as the story continued made for a really wonderful reading experience. Seeing her get to know her school mates and getting to learn more about them was really fun and interesting.

I was pleasantly surprised to find illustrations in the edition of this book that I read. These wonderful illustrations by Kate Hindley really added an extra layer to this wonderful story. The captured some of the greatest scenes in the story and the illustrations perfectly complimented the wacky scenes they were capturing.

Enid Blyton's books are classics for a reason and The Naughtiest Girl In The School is proof of her genius. Her writing was absolutly beautiful; and her ability to capture the actions and thoughts of children is a truly wonderful thing to read.

The Naughtiest Girl In The School by Enid Blyton is a must read for all young readers and those readers who are young at heart.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker