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Hanni und Nanni schmieden neue Pläne (St. Clare's #2)

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Hanni und Nanni haben sich mittlerweile gut im Internat Lindenhof eingelebt und schon viele Freundinnen gefunden. Wo sie auftauchen, ist immer was los und mit den Zwillingen wir es nie langweilig. Jetzt soll auch ihre verwöhnte Kusine nach Lindenhof kommen. Hanni und Nanni freuen sich schon diebisch darauf, sie ins Internatleben einzuführen…
Hardcover, 153 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Egmont Franz Schneider Verlag (first published 1941)
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Oct 03, 2015 Zarina rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

When I was about 6 years old I received what is still one of the best presents I've ever had: my mum's old Enid Blyton collection. It consisted of the St Clare's books, Mallory Towers, and a small selection of Famous Five, Five Find-Outers, and Adventure-series titles. From that moment onwards I was hooked on reading and for nearly 10 years I re-read at least the boarding school series several times a year. I also started to expand upon my collection of En
LH Johnson
I'm going to be deliberately provocative here and begin with the assertion that this might be one of the best school stories out there.

At first glance, this is a strange assertion to make: The O'Sullivan Twins is the second novel in a series, and it's not often that the second in the series is the one that stands out above the rest. It's usually the first, or the last, but those middle novels rarely get the praise. They're caught, somehow, in a space of bridging from one part of the story to th
Ahmad Sharabiani
The O'Sullivan Twins (St. Clare's, #2), Enid Blyton
عنوان: دوقلوهای اوسالیوان جلد 2؛ نویسنده: انید بلایتون؛ مترجم: ایلونا جودمردی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، شهر کتاب، هرمس (کیمیا)، 1386، در 202 ص، اندازه 19 در 5/11 س.م.، شابک: 9789643630669؛ جلد 2 از مجموعه سنت کلر
Jul 14, 2007 Vassiliki rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I LOOOVEEEED the St. Clare's books! I bought the whole series at the annual school book sale and read them all in 2 months! This was my obsession before Harry Potter lol

Actually, there are only 3 book series that I absolutely love:

1. My first book obsession was with a children's book (in Greek) that my grandma used to read me in bed before I even went to school. It was published by Stratiki and it had all these pretty pictures! When I was in 1st grade I found the other 5 books of the series and
Burgundy Rose
May 14, 2013 Burgundy Rose rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I actually really enjoyed this one, which is surprising seeing that I thought the third installment was pretty dreadful. I enjoyed all the minutiae of school life and the lush descriptions of food and of lovely things. It's a very manichean world but Blyton does have some characters who do unexpected things which I suppose redeems her somewhat. It's a formulaic series but I thought The O'Sullivan Twins was a cut above - there's some really puzzling behaviour but for once the girls genuinely see ...more
Lady Entropy
Jun 28, 2015 Lady Entropy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There is an undeniable charm about this collection. I can't quite put my finger on it, but I love reading it even if the books don't really have a plot and are more a collection of short stories that are all connected by a thread of "the twins in the school", and even some don't include the twins.

I don't know what kind of magic this series has, but it's totally worth a re-read and I'm devouring these books again.
Jan 28, 2012 Preeyam rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book is hilarious, but only after you realize that it *doesn't* even have a legitimate plot.
Not bad, but I enjoyed the first book a bit more.
S Madhimedha
Oct 07, 2016 S Madhimedha rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The o Sullivan twins are back this time they are bringing a cousin of theirs too.
Neti Triwinanti
Ada sepupu si kembar yang menjadi murid baru di St.Clare. Namanya Alison. Selain Alison yang angkuh (dan cantik), ada juga Lucy yang pintar dan Margery yang masih tinggal di kelas 1 meskipun usianya sudah pantas menduduki kelas yang lebih tinggi. Bisakah murid-murid baru ini beradaptasi di St.Clare?
Menurut saya, banyak hal baik yang bisa diambil dari buku buku Enid Blyton (melalui idenya tentang sekolah asrama). Hidup bersama di St.Clare bisa mengubah dan mendewasakan anak-anak yang tinggal di d
Dec 22, 2014 winda rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: my-bookshelf
Ada tiga anak baru ketika si Kembar kembali ke St. Clare. Allison, sepupunya si Kembar, yang cantik tapi konyol, Margery Fenworthy yang kasar dan pemarah, dan Lucy Oriell yang pintar, ramah dan selalu riang gembira.

Ada pesta tengah malam untuk merayakan ulang tahun Tessie yang duduk di kelas dua, namun pesta tersebut ketauan gara-gara Erica-yang culas, tapi Erica tidak mau mengaku dan meminta maaf terhadap teman-temannya sehingga anak-anak bersepakat menghukumnya. Hal ini membuat Erica dendam da
Feb 10, 2013 Karen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The second in the series, though the first I ever read all those years ago. Also marked my first recalled episode of parent-envy. I attended a birthday party of a classmate whose dad worked at a publishing house and in our party bags we each got a St Clares book as a gift. Already displaying bookwormish tendencies, I thought this was the coolest thing ever (though probably did not describe it thus, "cool" not really having entered Glaswegian vernacular by c.1985).

The chapter about Margery, Erica
I didn't like this one as much as the first book in the series. The stories weren't as familiar for me, but I don't think that was it. I vaguely remember the twin's cousin joining her at St. Clare's but I find it an odd choice for it to happen in their first year. Seems very soon though of course her characters doesn't get as much story dedicated to her as the twins did last term.

I also found that this term, the stories did focus very much on a few select girls instead of all of them, which, in
Stacey (prettybooks)
Re-reading St Clare's

I don't remember reading this one (as a young child) at all but I found that I didn't enjoy this book as much as the previous (The Twins at St. Clares) because they all seemed to turn nasty! It was like bully-fest at St Clare's. It's funny how the 1950s seem really different to nowadays - we seem to take bullying a bit more seriously. Of course, there's no real physical violence (it is a children's story after all) but I did find myself getting angry at some of the charact
st clare ma malory muridnya banyakan mana sih?
ga kebayang kepala skolah st.clare punya jadwal btemu dgn sluruh siswa dihari ptama, biar stiap mghadap dua/tiga org skaligus.. brapa lama coba.. kalo satu sesi 5 mnt, satu klas 20-25 org.. satu sekolah brapa lama tuh... kalo 120 org aja dibagi 2 org persesi udah 60 sesi.. kali 5 mnit, 300 mnt, eh cuma 5 jam yah hehehe... dikira banyak :p

yg gw suka dr st clare adalah pesta tgh malamnya banyak :p

alison itu mirip2 gwen yah.. cuma kalo gwen culas, alis
Titi Estiningrum
ini ku ambil dari tumpukan buku anak-anak. Aku mulai berfikir apa dan bagaimana bacaan dapat mempengaruhi pembentukan karakter anak. Makanya aku coba selalu membaca-baca apa yang dibaca anakku. eh keasyikan malah.

aku suka buku ini. (sayang nggak punya dari seri satu).
Diceritakan, dua kembar, Pat dan Isabel, disekolahkan di St Clare, sekolah berasrama khusus untuk anak perempuan. Mulanya mereka tidak betah, karena suasananya sangat berbeda dengan sekolah yang sebelumnya Redwoods. Tapi setelah men
Hanifah Mahdiyanti
Suka sama seri-nya Enid Blyton tentang sekolah putri berasrama. Tapi karena lebih dulu baca Malory Towers jadi suka banding2in ini sama Malory. Kalau suruh milih mau sekolah di St.Claire atau Malory Towers, aku lebih milih di Malory Towers.

Sayang ya kalau lebih banyak bandingin buku ini sama buku lain. Sebetulnya buku ini bagus juga kok. Janet berasa kayak gabungan karakter Darell dan Alicia di Malory Towers. Si Kembar juga seru orangnya. Suasana sekolahnya juga berseberangan, dimana Malory Towe
Haniva Az  Az Zahra
yap. ini adalah buku kedua. dalam buku ini diceritakan Pat dan Isabel yang kembali ke sekolah setelah liburan. mereka juga bertemu dengan teman-teman yang baru masuk. hal menarik yang ada di sekolah ini adalah kenaikan kelas tidak wajib dilakukan per satu tahun ajaran, melainkan berdasarkan pada kemampuan seorang anak untuk mengikuti jenjang pendidikan. hal yang baik menurutku. jadi ya, walaupun belum dapat naik kelas, ya tidak apa-apa karena sadar diri belum mampu. di sekolah asrama juga mampu ...more
Beth Stewart
I love summer term at st clares because of the 5 new girls Pam, Carlotta, Pruedance, Sadie and Bobby. Pam is a swot who is very likeable whereas Carlotta is a circus girl with a very hurtful tounge but amazing at sports. Pruedance is my favourite character because she is a sneak and nobody likes her, but she is an attention seeker that is a decietful little hypocrite. Sadie is an American vain girl that befriends Alison. Sadie gets kidnapped and it is really very funny because alll she was bothe ...more
Nov 14, 2012 Kirsti rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Second Term sees Pat and Isabel taking their cousin Alison, a silly air headed little thing, off to school with them. Alison learns some good lessons that unfortunately don't really stick for the rest of the series, if I recall. Pat and Isabel are as great as ever however, and I enjoyed reading about Erica's meanness. St Clare's is different from Malory towers in that baddies don't ever really reform, they just get sent away. A nice bridge between the first and third books, the two that are my f ...more
Limau Nipis
I prefer the first book rather than this one. There are 3 new characters introduced in the book: Lucy, Alison and Margery.

Alison is the cousin to Pat and Isabeel, the twins at St Clare's, while Lucy had a painter as her fsther. Margery, unfortunately, isn't happy to be in the school.

I think there are lots of mischief, bullying and tricks in this one. I dreaded the heaviness of the theme, since I really enjoyed the lightness of the first book in the series.

Well, for an old classic, the author's u
Fui comprar livros para mim e para começar a biblioteca da minha sobrinha (que ainda não nasceu), com uma madrinha maluquinha por livros só podia dar nisto... Achei giro começar pelas livros da Anita, agora Martine. Quando fui pagar vi que estava com 40% em cartão este livro e pensei 'ainda vai demorar a pegar nisto mas....porque não?' E foi assim que ele veio comigo para casa. Aproveitei para matar saudades do meu tempo de escola agarrei-me ao livro e numa tarde foi todo. Acho que a Benedita va ...more
Jul 12, 2009 Tita rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: juvenis, livros-2009
Neste segundo livro, Patrícia e Isabel voltam ao colégio, desta vez com a prima Adelina, uma jovem mimada, que as gémeas pensam que o colégio lhe fará muito bem... tal como lhe fez a elas.
à semelhança de Adelina, existem mais duas alunas novas: Margarida e Lúcia. Margarida é uma jovem forte e alta, mas muito reservada e um pouco antipática; Lúcia, por seu lado, uma jovem afável e bastante simpática e rapidamente se torna muito popular. Conhecemos ainda Elga, uma jovem do segundo ano, mesquinha e
Oct 02, 2014 Karthik rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I don't know why - somehow I did not like this book much. Maybe I got used to most of the typical elements reading the other school stories. But maybe not that because I still enjoy reading the books I have liked over and over again. Probably none of the events struck a chord with me. Or maybe it is a personal thing - when I read it the first time I was in a bad phase of my life. So it could be possible that reading the book reminds me of that time again.
Jun 11, 2013 Shrika rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The 3 books from these series that I read were basically the original Malory towers with only one aspect from the first book that was different was that the people that were off to the boarding schools were twins at not very interested in going to the school. I think Enid Blyton did a terrific job revising this later in Malory Towers but the St.Claire lacked the flair that Maloey Towers had. Overall the book was good but not great.
And here comes Alison! The silly little feather-head who is at least kind and harmless, so you can't dislike her too much. She makes for fun reading too when she's so new and of course the twins are old hands at everything and get to make fun of her. ;) And of course the wonderful pair of Lucy and Margery... and evil, spiteful Erica, oh my!
Katie Grainger
The second book in the St Clare series is about the twins second term at School. There are a number of new girls including the twins cousin Allison who is depicted as vain. We have the usual amusements in the book, tricks and pranks, more fun with the French teacher etc. A good second installment to the series.
Aug 31, 2011 Ruthy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: myown, teenage-years
Foi uma colecção que li completa e seguidinha! Não foi maçadora nem fui perdendo o interesse...aconselho a adolescentes pois embora os tempos sejam outros há sempre alguns temas em comum na adolescência de todos nós!
Amy Gaine
Jan 17, 2013 Amy Gaine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am currently reading this book and love it I have read the first one and cannot wait to Finnish this to read the 3rd one :)
Jul 27, 2011 Felicity rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved Enid Blyton, particularly when I went off to boarding school! This is probably one of the best of her St Clare series as it has such a good plot and several characters get their come uppence!
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(See also her pen name Mary Pollock)

Born in 1897 in South London, Enid Mary Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading. She was educated at St. Christopher's School, Beckenham, and - having decided not to pursue her music - at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher. She taught for five years before her 1924 marriage to edito
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Other Books in the Series

St. Clare's (6 books)
  • The Twins at St Clare's (St Clare's, #1)
  • Summer Term at St Clare's (St. Clare's, #3)
  • Second Form at St Clare's (St Clare's, #4)
  • Claudine at St Clare's (St. Clare's, #5)
  • Fifth Formers of St Clare's (St. Clare's, #6)

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