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    Read & Download ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ù Anthony Buckeridge [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ Jennings Goes to School is the first in a popular series of boarding school adventures featuring the boisterous Jennings and his slightly sober sidekick Derbishire I went to a very old fashioned boarding school myself and our headmaster would occasionally read us extracts from the Jennings books as a treat I remember the whole class howling w

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ I totally loved the adventures of John Christopher Timothy Jennings when I was young and on a recent reread this book managed a rare feat rather than my jaded adult sensibilities seeing flaws I hadn't originally noticed I actually found it funnier than on first reading My own childhood in working class London should logically have given me nothing to reference in Buckeridge's work yet somehow his ability to se

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ Jennings and Darbishire were two of my best childhood friends and I absolutely delighted in these books Crow has n

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ Some books take you right back to your childhood For me Jennings Goes To School is one such book His hilarious adventures with cautious sidekick Darbishire in tow firmed my belief that his schooldays were so much better than mine His intentions are noble but the outcome always disastrous and hilarious for the reader I know it’s a bit dated now but so are a lot of us If you’re at school or attended one in t

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ Anthony Buckeridge Ù 8 review I absolutely devoured this series as a child I must have been about 7 or 8 and was given these by my uncle who had also loved them as a boy I was completely obsessed with the idea of going to boarding school at that time I think it was all to do with midnight feasts so pretty much read anything that took place in one Set in the 50's

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    Read & Download ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ù Anthony Buckeridge Anthony Buckeridge Ù 8 review Free read Jennings Goes to School This and the subseuent series of books about life at Linbury Court Preparatory School was an unalloyed delight to the ten year old me uite how the author could write with such insight into the minds of boys of my age I found amazing I read and re read all the adventures of John Christopher Timothy Jennings CEJ Darbishire Selbanev Retsims Retrac and Snikliw see Jennings' Diary co My best friend liked the books too and when I told him I th

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ Anthony Buckeridge Ù 8 review Free read Jennings Goes to School Used to love these books when I was younger and it's nice to find that this stands up to the passage of time both personally and in a general sense What is strange is that although clearly written by somebody with experience and understanding o

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ Anthony Buckeridge Ù 8 review Free read Jennings Goes to School At their best the 'Jennings' books are side splittingly hilarious At their worst they provide a fun and insightful look into boarding school li

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ In the uest to introduce my kids to children's books they wouldn't dream of reading themselves I decided on Jennings after the success of Just William I'd never read any of the Jennings books as the Naughty Boy in Posh School formulae had never appealed to me In fact the whole children at boarding school idea had always seemed to

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    [Jennings Goes to School] EBOOK READ I came across my old Jennings books while rooting through stuff stored in my recently deceased father's attic and having finally got around to re reading the first volume I am very glad neither he nor I threw them away It holds up exceptionally well funny charming and endearingly eccentric It is above all written with huge

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Jennings Goes to School

Summary ✓ Jennings Goes to School ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Anthony Buckeridge Ù 8 review Read & Download ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ù Anthony Buckeridge Time Jennings gives trouble the elbow a new disaster trips him over But only one thing really matters to J C T Jennings – his First Eleven debut When the long awaited match arrives Jennings certainly uses his hea. At their best the Jennings books are side splittingly hilarious At their worst they provide a fun and insightful look into boarding school life alongside a slightly misguided look at life in the local communityThis is a strong start to the series but the very best is yet to comeHighlight Darbishire s postcard home

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Summary ✓ Jennings Goes to School ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Anthony Buckeridge Ù 8 review Read & Download ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ù Anthony Buckeridge When Jennings arrives at Linbury Court Preparatory School as a new boy he soon discovers how much he has to learn especially when the other boys seem to be talking in a different language Spivish ozard But it is not. I totally loved the adventures of John Christopher Timothy Jennings when I was young and on a recent reread this book managed a rare feat rather than my jaded adult sensibilities seeing flaws I hadn t originally noticed I actually found it funnier than on first reading My own childhood in working class London should logically have given me nothing to reference in Buckeridge s work yet somehow his ability to set a scene draw a picture and slowly inveigle you into the lives and mindset of his characters won me over and have stayed with me ever since Set in a boarding school in the 1950s the book as it says on the tin tells of an eleven year old boy who starts as a boarder at Linbury Court Preparatory School and learns the lore rules and norms of school life including what amounts to a new language Ozard for instance is the opposite of Wizard the rules as to whom gets which washbasin and just why confectionery from a particular shop tastes better than an identical product purchased elsewhere Along the way Jennings and his readers meet Charles Edwin Jeremy Derbyshire the well meaning but cautious son of a clergyman Atkinson Temple and Venables his dorm mates Lancelot P Old Wilkie Wilkinson the conscientious but strict Master Mister Carter his sympathetic colleague Mr Hind the music teacher who polishes his pipe on his nose Binns and Blotwell the two youngest boys in the school and a host of other intriguing characters through a long series of booksThese works are utterly hilarious most of the humor coming from the weird but strangely satisfying logic of the juvenile characters Further it s a gentle humor free from the nastiness and pseudo cleverness that pervades some modern comic works the phrase festering fishooks is about the nearest you ll get to profanity Reading these books is like being transported back to some kind Eden where politeness and consideration rule law is respected and there s nothing a good midnight feast or hard game of football won t put right Highly enjoyable 5 Elementos other boys seem to be talking in a different language Spivish The Dying Game ozard But it is not. 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  • Paperback
  • 226
  • Jennings Goes to School
  • Anthony Buckeridge
  • English
  • 17 January 2019
  • 9780755113682