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Miranda eBook #202 the adventure begins only not uite as Alice Miranda expects The minute she sets foot on the school's manicured grounds she senses that something is wrong Miss Grimm the headmistress is nowhere to be seen the gardens have no flowers and a mysterious stranger seems to be hiding out on the p. Amazing I loved it So many unexpected twists Alice Miranda was so brave This is one of the best series I have ever read

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Alice Miranda at SchoolRemisesBut that's not all Some girls are mean and spoiled like Alethea Goldsworthy Can Alice Miranda defeat Alethea in one of three difficult tests she must pass to remain at school Will she discover Winchesterfield Downsfordvale's big secret and make things right Well if anyone can it's spunky Alice Mirand. The first Alice Miranda book I love this series because of Alice Miranda's sense of adventure and fun I also love the way the author writes their abilities in such a way you can really imagine it It gave me the impression that it was fun even without her parents whom she loved The author writes in such a way she can really make it like you are watching it all I think I am uite lucky I don't have a principle like Miss GrimmAlice Miranda at SchoolJacueline Harvey

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Free read á Alice Miranda at School 102 ê [Reading] ➽ Alice Miranda at School By Jacqueline Harvey – Move over Matilda and Madeline there's a charming miniature heroine ready to make her mark Her name is Alice Miranda and she's full of spunkAlice Miranda Highton Smith Kennigton Jones can't wait to st Move overMove over Matilda and Madeline there's a charming miniature heroine ready to make her mark Her name is Alice Miranda and she's full of spunkAlice Miranda Highton Smith Kennigton Jones can't wait to start boarding school When she arrives at Winchesterfield Downsfordvale Academy for Proper Young Ladies Alice. My rating 1 starChild's rating 1 starI hated this book from the end of the first paragraph I hated every single paragraph from then on apart from about 4 brief paragraphs about 910ths of the way through they were ok Who needs endurance training when you can read this I must admit to an underlying agitation because we have Book 2 in the house and i just don't feel at ease being in the same house as Book 2 just not sure I'd survive another one Alice Miranda must be the most annoyingly egotistical in an 'i'm not egotistical i'm in it for the greater good of humanity' kinda way you know like most kids are prone to be child ever written down She is exactly 7 14 which is only a few days older than my daughter was when I started reading it to her so I must admit I'm comparing and my child wins hands down mine may throw a ripper tantrum but at least she's not a pretentious prat Alice Miranda talks like an adult uses language like an adult and sits and contemplates the big issues of life over a cup of tea like an old adult and when it all becomes too much she calls mummy and daddy for a bit of a helping hand and brings in their gardener cook and their helicopter that actually has a name and I thought that only happened in Thomas the Tank Engine It just didn't gel with her age and even from a reading point of view the language is aimed older than 7 and yet I doubt many children older than 7 are interested in reading about 7 year olds particularly when they're as mind numbingly boring and egotistical and incessantly annoying and precocious as she is However there are two main upsides to reading this This book made me feel something it may have been passionate hatred but that's an emotion that I don't feel very often and this book took me there each and every night The other key upside is that I appreciate my own children that little bit Even when they are at their most painfully annoying and i'm at my wits end and I'm tearing my hair out they ain't got nothing on this annoying little kid