Daisy Meredith is the new girl at Grangewood School for Girls. But,
START: Daisy stepped on to the platform of the tiny country station, scarcely able to push her way through the crowd of laughing, chattering girls—girls of all shapes and sizes—girls merrily exchanging greetings and holiday reminiscences with chums whom they had not seen for seven long weeks—
END: As they passed through the great stone gates, the girls—as one—turned to look at the sapphire sea beating against the chalky cliffs on which the school so proudly stood. What an absolutely gorgeous place, I’m going to be so immensely happy here.
Denise Deegan. Daisy Pulls It Off. Samuel French, 1985. p.6.
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