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Ella at the Wells (Sadler's Wells #6)

3.79 of 5 stars 3.79  ·  rating details  ·  95 ratings  ·  2 reviews
When Ella Sordy - a foundling from the back streets of a northern mining village - stepped out on the stage for the very first time, she had nothing in common with the prima ballerina of the Sadlers Wells except her childhood dreams of becoming a dancer. But Veronica Weston herself is in the audience and decides there and then, to become 'fairy godmother' to the naturally- ...more
Hardcover, 188 pages
Published 1954 by Evans
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Deborah
The halfway point in the series is also the last Wells book I have, although I did read more as a child (and Patience, and Marjorie). Ella is a good place to stop - it's clear where Mariella's story is heading, which is all I'm really interested in by this point, and the rest of the story isn't terribly good. Sebastian, who is in it briefly, is now pompous as well as arrogant; Nigel is, frankly, deeply unpleasant, and Mariella's mooniness over him is extremely tiresome; and Ella's home backgroun ...more
Elise Wright
Really cute book, I loved to read it
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Hill attended school in Durham and then went to Le Manoir in Lausanne, on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. She obtained a BA at Durham University, and there met her husband, a clergyman. They moved to the remote parish of Matfen, Northumberland, where she played the organ in church and ran a Sunday school.

Hill's career as an author began when her daughter Vicki, then about ten years old, fo
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Other Books in the Series

Sadler's Wells (1 - 10 of 14 books)
  • A Dream of Sadler's Wells (Sadler's Wells, #1)
  • Veronica at the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #2)
  • No Castanets at the Wells (Sadlers Wells, #3)
  • Masquerade at the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #4)
  • Jane Leaves the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #5)
  • Return To The Wells (Sadler's Wells, #7)
  • Rosanna Joins the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #8)
  • Principal Role (Sadler's Wells, #9)
  • Swan Feather (Sadler's Wells, #10)
  • Dress Rehearsal (Sadler's Wells #11)
A Dream of Sadler's Wells (Sadler's Wells, #1) Veronica at the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #2) No Castanets at the Wells (Sadlers Wells, #3) Masquerade at the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #4) Jane Leaves the Wells (Sadler's Wells, #5)

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