Two stories in one volume. In "The Chalet School and Jo", Jo finds she has lots of responsibilities as Head Girl and the worry of Robin's illness. In "The Chalet Girls in Camp" the girls find lots of things to do collecting milk from the farm, gathering wood for the fire and swimming in the lake.
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Elinor Brent-Dyer was born in 1894 in South Shields on Tyneside. At the age of eighteen she began a career in teaching which culminated when she founded The Margaret Roper School in Hereford. She was headmistress at the school from 1938-1948, during which time she wrote and published 14 books. She continued to write up until her death in 1969.
Elinor Brent-Dyer wrote fifty-nine Chalet School titles, creating a well loved series with a legion of dedicated fans.From the Back Cover:
… THE SCHOOL WITH A DIFFERENCE!
It's the beginning of Jo's last year at the Chalet School. She is to be head girl, but it is not a responsibility she is looking forward to. The first term proves as challenging as she feared. The lively antics of the Middles are enough to keep anyone busy but, on top of that, there is the terrible worry of the Robin's illness. With difficulties on all sides, Jo just has to grow up…
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