Millar, Ann - Kids' Corner. Pickering & Inglis, 1948 reprint. A Real live girls' boarding school is the apt setting for this typical story of Peggy, Dot, and Pat. They are boarded in Scott House, which, unfortunately, has earned instead the nick-name of 'Kids' Corner.'. All that usually goes to make up happy school life - making friends, swimming, competitions, gardening, games, and parties - is related in just that way to charm a schoolgirl.The good influence of Kids' Corner on the rest of the school makes the house worthy of its original name, the regaining of which has so much to do with the liveliness of this well-told tale for girls. (flap). 7½" x 4¾", 144pp, cream cloth, brown blocking, hardback. Illustrated with monochrome drawings within the text. Lacks frontispiece; lower-front corner of front-board rounded; top-front corner of back-board very slightly rounded; edg-foxing; prize-plate on front-free endpaper; good; complete with poor (large chunk missing from foot of front-panel by spine; edge chips/tears, 'dusty', edge-wear) price-cut wrapper.
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