Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall; Or, Leading a Needed Rebellion

Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall Or Leading a Needed Rebellion Billie and her friends return from Cherry Corners with Billie s treasure chest During the journey the train crashes and Billie loses track of her trunk A man grabs Billie s trunk in the confusion Th

  • Title: Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall; Or, Leading a Needed Rebellion
  • Author: Janet D. Wheeler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Billie and her friends return from Cherry Corners with Billie s treasure chest During the journey, the train crashes, and Billie loses track of her trunk A man grabs Billie s trunk in the confusion The young people pursue the thief, and the trunk is recovered.Billie, Laura, and Violet journey to Three Towers Hall to begin their freshman year Amanda Peabody and Eliza DiBillie and her friends return from Cherry Corners with Billie s treasure chest During the journey, the train crashes, and Billie loses track of her trunk A man grabs Billie s trunk in the confusion The young people pursue the thief, and the trunk is recovered.Billie, Laura, and Violet journey to Three Towers Hall to begin their freshman year Amanda Peabody and Eliza Dilks, Billie s two sworn enemies, are assigned to the same dormitory room, much to the girls dismay.The girls have fun at school and are lucky to be inducted into the exclusive Ghost Club, of which the most popular girls are members School life would be perfect, except for two crabby old teachers Miss Ada and Miss Cora Dill are placed in charge of the school when Miss Walters, the headmistress, is called away on an emergency Much to the girls horror, Miss Ada and Miss Cora are left in charge of the school.The Dill sisters restrict the cafeteria s food to the point that all of the girls go hungry Billie decides to lead a revolt against the sisters, becoming the hero of all of her classmates, but at the same time, risking expulsion Summary taken from series books

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    1. Billie Bradley has just inherited a trunk filled with old coins and stamps that are valued at $5,000. Billie plans to use the money to go to the boarding school Three Towers Hall with her friends. Once there she makes 2 new enemies out of Cora Dill, a teacher, and Rose, a jealous roommate. Which adds to the 2 girls from her home town who already hated her.- Talk about a snooze-fest. I struggled just to get through the first 50 pages. It was so boring and the pages just dragged on and on. It did [...]

    2. I read these books so often when I was younger, and seeing the first three up on Gutenberg made me nostalgic. I still like the books (and Billie most of all), but obviously I read them a bit differently now than I used to. I can see that some of the things are a little dated (such as the word "chums" for "friends"), and that although Billie was kickass and the other characters were a bit too black and white, a bit superficial. Still, I can see why I liked these books so much when I was younger, [...]

    3. I liked this book very much, yet it is very simple. As a child I didn't notice, but now I do. The story is much fun, though! I only recently understood that it is taking place in the US That's something new to me, because most stories about boarding schools I have read are British. The military academy does however make it more logical to be in the US.Nice story, but very simple.

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