Monday #244


Inscriptions in books: this book belongs to

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Five Go to Smuggler’s Top

Dick Kirrin on seagulls:

If they can mew like cats, there’s no reason why they shouldn’t bark like dogs.

– Five Go to Smuggler’s Top (seeing as I had it to hand!)

Mam’zelle Rougier is one of two French mistresses at Malory Towers. Her job role is the only thing she shares with her colleague, however. While the other Mam’zelle (Mam’zelle Dupont) is short, fat and jolly, Mam’zelle Rougier is tall, skinny and sharp. The girls always hope for Mam’zelle Dupont for their French lessons, though Mam’zelle Rougier does show a well-hidden sense of humour after Belinda draws cartoons of the two Mam’zelles at war with each other.

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