Chalet School Triplets

Chalet School Triplets This story features the adventures of a set of triplets Margot Len and Con at the Chalet School Amongst other happenings they are trapped by a ferocious blizzard after a skiing excursion Con is ca

  • Title: Chalet School Triplets
  • Author: Elinor M. Brent-Dyer
  • ISBN: 9780006926511
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • This story features the adventures of a set of triplets, Margot, Len and Con, at the Chalet School Amongst other happenings they are trapped by a ferocious blizzard after a skiing excursion, Con is catapulted into a starring role, and Len is accused of shoplifting.

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    • Elinor M. Brent-Dyer

      Elinor M Brent Dyer was born as Gladys Eleanor May Dyer on 6th April 1894, in South Shields in the industrial northeast of England, and grew up in a terraced house which had no garden or inside toilet She was the only daughter of Eleanor Watson Rutherford and Charles Morris Brent Dyer Her father, who had been married before, left home when she was three years old In 1912, her brother Henzell died at age seventeen of cerebro spinal fever After her father died, her mother remarried in 1913.Elinor was educated at a small local private school in South Shields and returned there to teach when she was eighteen after spending two years at the City of Leeds Training College Her teaching career spanned 36 years, during which she taught in a wide variety of state and private schools in the northeast, in Middlesex, Bedfordshire, Hampshire, and finally in Hereford.In the early 1920s she adopted the name Elinor Mary Brent Dyer A holiday she spent in the Austrian Tyrol at Pertisau am Achensee gave her the inspiration for the first location in the Chalet School series However, her first book, Gerry goes to school, was published in 1922 and was written for the child actress Hazel Bainbridge Her first Chalet story, The School at the Chalet, was originally published in 1925.In 1930, the same year that Jean of Storms was serialised, she converted to Roman Catholicism.In 1933 the Brent Dyer household she lived with her mother and stepfather until her mother s death in 1957 moved to Hereford She travelled daily to Peterchurch as a governess.When her stepfather died she started her own school in Hereford, The Margaret Roper School It was non denominational but with a strong religious tradition Many Chalet School customs were followed, the girls even wore a similar uniform made in the Chalet School s colours of brown and flame Elinor was rather untidy, erratic and flamboyant and not really suited to being a headmistress After her school closed in 1948 she devoted most of her time to writing.Elinor s mother died in 1957 and in 1964 Brent Dyer moved to Redhill, where she lived in a joint establishment with fellow school story author Phyllis Matthewman and her husband, until her death on 20th September 1969.During her lifetime Elinor M Brent Dyer published 101 books but she is remembered mainly for her Chalet School series The series numbers 59 books and is the longest surviving series of girls school stories ever known, having been continuously in print for than 70 years 100,000 paperback copies are still being sold each year Among her published books are other school stories family, historical, adventure and animal stories a cookery book, and four educational geography readers She also wrote plays and numerous unpublished poems and was a keen musician.In 1994, the year of the centenary of her Elinor Brent Dyer s birth, Friends of the Chalet School put up plaques in Pertisau, South Shields and Hereford, and a headstone was erected on her grave in Redstone Cemetery, since there was not one previously They also put flowers on her grave on the anniversaries of her birth and death and on other special occasions.

    327 thoughts on “Chalet School Triplets

    • The cover picture is OK but where is the crimson honeycombing at the waist and shoulders? And the touches of white on the revers? I mean, I've no idea what any of that means, but it's described very clearly and it's completely absent from those all-blue dresses in the picture. Golden opportunity to show us what EBD's on about, totally missed.Oh, yes, the book. It's entirely devoted to the ghastly Maynard triplets. So a good book for those who don't think they are ghastly, but not much fun for th [...]


    • It's the one where, well, things happen? You know, that thing? And the other one? And that other onezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz sorry where was I? Ah yes, I was recounting the tales of the Chalet School Triplets, immortalised forever in their distinctly sack-like blue dresses. This is the book where they do things, one 'thing' per triplet, and highjinks ensue and everything ends welllzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz That's this book. There are moments in it, such as the Margot Moment which is BON [...]


    • To be honest, this isn't my favourite. I've never felt that Len, Con and Margot are particularly compelling characters, so a whole book focused on them has never really been destined to make my top five. However, there's more than enough of the Chalet School I find so charming in here - I found the interaction of the teachers particularly interesting, and there's a lot of Joey (always a plus!) It's still a good read, was well worth the cost of getting it posted to me, and would be perfect for fa [...]


    • A fun chalet book focusing on adventures and misadventures of the triplets. This is an enjoyable book but I am disappointed that Margot has yet another set back moment. I enjoy her progression but wanted to see ongoing improvement not great leaps back. Otherwise some reminiscences and some fun stories and adventures!


    • The cover-art on this one is just dreadful, I'm sorry! And yes I am shallow and judge both books and schoolgirls by their appearances ;) I was never a huge fan of the triplets anyway. Bride Bettany and co. were my favourites.


    • This one was my Christmas present! One of the handful I've never read, so that was pretty exciting. It's prone to the usual EBD flaws, but generally enjoyable, and doesn't have the classic "new girl comes to school" plotline either. Huzzah.


    • Proper review later. Am I the only one who still thinks Margot Maynard got off MUCH too lightly for what she did? If I'd been the other girl's parents!


    • As advertised, it's all about the Maynard triplets, with a large amount of ludicrous adventures (shoplifting! Baby theft! Blizzards!). There is also an insane incident where Margot gets into a temper, and throws a heavy bookend at another girl, hitting her in the head hard enough to knock her unconscious. Margot is actually sort-of threatened with expulsion by the Head (in a "well if you ever brutally attack anyone ever again" way), but then when the other girl rouses from her stupor she "confes [...]


    • This story, 49th in the original editions, is one of the better ones, in my view. Len, Con and Margot Maynard are now sixteen. The book is about them primarily, in the context of a term that's filled with dramatic situations, mostly featuring one or more of the triplets. Each incident makes interesting reading, and I liked seeing the different characters of the three. They’re realistically flawed; but all, in their different ways, likeable. Perhaps there is too much drama for one term; chapter [...]


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