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 Post subject: Re: Books: The Chalet Girls In Camp
PostPosted: 27 Mar 2017, 13:36 
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I actually find this scene really nice and natural - and I think the danger was probably minimal really, especially compared to all the other things they get up to. If the surface was that slippery, walking down it presumably wasn't safe either.

Joey and Grizel are among the few Head Girls who aren't prematurely ancient - off the top of my head, Maeve Bettany is the only other one.


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 Post subject: Re: Books: The Chalet Girls In Camp
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Loryat wrote:
I actually find this scene really nice and natural - and I think the danger was probably minimal really, especially compared to all the other things they get up to. If the surface was that slippery, walking down it presumably wasn't safe either.


Though maybe the teachers also make the distinction between what Joey did as being silly mischief and therefore not really harmful. Compared to Diana's rudeness which is seen as setting a bad example to the kids and making for a bad atmosphere in the school.

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