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The Great Book for Girls: Four Merry Maids

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Oxford's 1932 annual for girls. Contents include: Carry On!, by Bernard Rutley; The Green Lizard, by Beryl Irving; The Lost Cupboard, by Madge Smith; Ruth Rides Straight, by Harriette Campbell; A Night's Lodging, by Margaret Baines Reed; Pamela's Ant Farm, by Gunby Hadath; A Guide Among Gypsies, by Winifred Darch; Miss Turner's Successor, by Grace Mary Golden; Detective ...more
Published 1932 by Oxford University Press

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Best Story: "Pamela's Ant Farm" by Gunby Hadath
Worst Story: "Priscilla Gives Proof" by Harold Markham
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'Herbert Strang' was a pseudonym used by George Herbert Ely (1866–1958) and Charles James L'Estrange (1867–1947), co-editors in the Juveniles Department of Oxford University Press from 1907 until 1939, and the authors of adventure stories for boys.
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