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Author: Mabel Esther Allan,Shirley Hughes;
ISBN13: 978-0416554304
Title: Wood Street Helpers
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Language: English
Publisher: Methuen Paperbacks; First Paperback Printing edition (1976)
Pages: 112

Wood Street Helpers by Mabel Esther Allan,Shirley Hughes;

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11 February 1915 Wallasey on the Wirral Peninsula, England. Although like many authors of the era, Allan often used the school book genre, she was a proponent of . Neill, founder of an educational philosophy which promoted freedom and self-discipline in childhood. Her schools, significantly, were co-educational. Her books include adventure stories, mysteries, stories about families and local communities, school stories and ballet stories. The Wood Street Helpers (1973). Away from Wood Street (1976). Wood Street and Mary Ellen (1979).

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by Mabel Esther Allan. Series: Wood Street Series (4). Members. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Mabel Esther Allan was a British author of about 170 children's books. Fiona on the fourteenth floor. The two head girls and other school stories. The view beyond my father. The Wood Street secret.

eBook title: Wood Street Rivals. Category: Children's Books. Island in a Green Sea (Dolphin) by Mabel Esther Allan. Vine Clad Hill (Seagull Library) by Mabel Esther Allan. Out and About Through the Year (Hughes, Shirley, Nursery Collection. Alfie and Annie Rose Frieze 1 by Shirley Hughes. Alfie ABC/123 (Dtd) by SHIRLEY HUGHES. Here comes Charlie Moon by Shirley HUGHES.

Mabel Esther Allan, The Wood Street Secret, Methuen (London, England), 1968, Abelard-Schuman (New York, NY), 1970. Margaret J. Baker, Porterhouse Major, Penguin (Harmondsworth, England), 1969. Irma Chilton, Goldie, Hamilton (London, England), 1969. With Up and Up, Hughes creates a wordless picture book-a fantasy in which a little girl finds that she can fly after eating a huge chocolate egg-that is considered one of her finest works. Hughes shows the little girl's initial surprise and ultimate joy at her new ability, which allows her to fly around her town, causing mischief and having fun, before returning home for breakfast.

Mabel Esther Allan was born in Wallasey, Cheshire, England, on February 11, 1915, to James Pemberton Allan, a merchant, and his wife, Priscilla Hagon Allan. Educated at disappointing dame schools, Miss Allan took no interest in her lessons but enjoyed only reading in the library and composing short stories and novels. After completing her education in 1932, Miss Allan taught folk dancing classes for the English Folk Dance and Song Society while submitting stories and novels for publication. She failed to publish any adult pieces, but found unexpected success at selling short stories for children. She sold her first book for publication, Grim Glen Castle, in 1939, but it was not published because of the outbreak of war. During World War II, Miss Allan served as a farm worker in the Women's Land Army, a teacher in a preparatory school, and a nursery warden for the children of factory workers.