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The Little Betty Wilkinson

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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published 1923 by Blackie & Son
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Sally
Oh, squee! This was just the most delightful story to read :) And the book itself is so pretty! LOOK at that cover, it's the epitome of jolly hockeysticks! Also, I love how the giant cricket-type leg pads are actually in the book, with about a page and a half of teasing to go with them.

Poor little Betty - already little in appearance, and the second Betty Wilkinson at the school so 'little' is added to her name to differentiate her from the other. She's the youngest and smallest in her form and
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Born in Leamington Spa, in 1885, British children's author Constance Evelyn Smith was the daughter of Henry Bartlett Smith, high bailiff of Warwickshire County Court, and his wife, Eleanor Langford. She was educated at Leamington High School (now known as the Kingsley School), and at Royal Holloway College, where she graduated with first class honors in English, in 1907. She taught at Glasgow High ...more
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