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Ing else three baby girls whose names all being with 'P' Pauline Petrova and Posy Fossil are not really sisters even their surname is invented The girls decide to 'put our name in the history books because it's ou. Professor Mathew Brown or Great Uncle Mathew or Gum lives with his niece Sylvia and her nurse Nana and from time to time takes off on expeditions from where he brings back fossils adding to a huge collection which has to be thinned down from time to time One day he decides to travel by sea rather than land and from three of these voyages brings back three little babies either orphaned or whose parents are unable to take care of them and these three little girls are Pauline Petrova and Posy who comes with a pair of ballet shoes her mother gave her They take on the surname Fossil for that is what ties them together But while Pauline dreams of being an actress and Posy can be nothing but a dancer she is one Petrova is happiest with cars and engines Gum hasn’t returned from his latest expedition for long nor has been heard from and money is tight so Sylvia decides to take in boarders and this leads not only to the children making new friends but also entering the Children’s Academy of Dancing where Pauline and Posy are happy and Petrova simply does all that is reuired of her so that she can begin earning and support the house as soon as possible that is at age 12 when no other option would be available to them We join them on their journey at the academy as their train to hone their different talents begin their careers on the stage and try to get their names into history booksWhat a charming and lovely story this was I loved all the characters—the three girls are all very likeable and even when they have their difficult moments or sulks they essentially remain nice girls; Nana is sensible yet not too strict; Sylvia is also very young and must struggle to keep things going The boarders—the Simpsons a couple back home from Malaysia Theo who teaches at the Academy and the two doctors of literature and mathematics respectively—are very likeable too and one loves how all of them begin to become a big family though each of them lead their own lives The girls’ time and experiences at the Academy reminded me very much of the other series from the 1940s that I’ve been reading The Blue Door series by Pamela Brown The hard work that goes into training and into the roles themselves the fact that success can go to one’s head very easily and fall from it can be truly hard and of course the joys that little successes and opportunities can bring This was a really gentle and sweet story which I truly enjoyed reading The lovely illustrations by Ruth Gervis add a lot to its charm Loved it Fucking My Gullible Sister in Her Virgin Pussy lives with his niece Sylvia and her nurse Nana and from time to time takes off on expeditions from where he brings back fossils adding to a huge collection which has to be thinned down from time to time One day he decides to travel by sea rather than Venice Vampires land and from three of these voyages brings back three Venice Vampires 2 little babies either orphaned or whose parents are unable to take care of them and these three Venice Vampires 4 little girls are Pauline Petrova and Posy who comes with a pair of ballet shoes her mother gave her They take on the surname Fossil for that is what ties them together But while Pauline dreams of being an actress and Posy can be nothing but a dancer she is one Petrova is happiest with cars and engines Gum hasn’t returned from his The Abyss Beckons latest expedition for Influencing Powerful People long nor has been heard from and money is tight so Sylvia decides to take in boarders and this Million Dollar Referrals leads not only to the children making new friends but also entering the Children’s Academy of Dancing where Pauline and Posy are happy and Petrova simply does all that is reuired of her so that she can begin earning and support the house as soon as possible that is at age 12 when no other option would be available to them We join them on their journey at the academy as their train to hone their different talents begin their careers on the stage and try to get their names into history booksWhat a charming and The Meaning of Difference lovely story this was I The Acupuncture Response loved all the characters—the three girls are all very The Blue Book of Sailing likeable and even when they have their difficult moments or sulks they essentially remain nice girls; 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R very own' and enrol at the Children's Academy of Dancing and Stage Training Each Fossil uses her individual talents to achieve their joint aim in this captivating story now a modern children's classic2 CDs 2 hrs. A wonderful reread of a childhood favouriteJust perfect

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When Sylvia and her old nurse Nana agree to keep house for Gum they know they will be looking after his fossil collection while his away on his travels But imagine their surprise when one day he brings them someth. Remember the scene in You've Got Mail where Colleen Kelly Meg Ryan is sitting in the children's section of the newly opened Foxx Books and a customer comes in looking for the Shoes books by Noel Streatfield The clerk has clearly never heard of them but Colleen has and she tells the customer that The Ballet Shoes is definitely the one she should start withThis is that bookIn the twenty first century a particularly cynical reader might accuse the book of containing certain tropes that have become so common as to be considered cliche these days The plucky British orphans; the valiantly struggling relation; the general bonhomie of the outside world which makes everything somehow bearable; the happy ending Yet note that I've awarded this an uneuivocal 5 stars That's because sugary it may be and is but darn it there are just some days when you're in the mood for sugar And plucky British orphans And happy endings And if you happen to be in such a mood on the day you read this book or listen to the audiobook version as I did then you're in for a five star treat Makes you believe the world is jolly good at that old chum Pour me another cup of tea Georg Buchner looking after his fossil collection while his away on his travels But imagine their surprise when one day he brings them someth. Remember the scene in You've Got Mail where Colleen Kelly Meg Ryan is sitting in the children's section of the newly opened Foxx Books and a customer comes in Gekka Mugentan, Vol. 4 looking for the Shoes books by Noel Streatfield The clerk has clearly never heard of them but Colleen has and she tells the customer that The Ballet Shoes is definitely the one she should start withThis is that bookIn the twenty first century a particularly cynical reader might accuse the book of containing certain tropes that have become so common as to be considered cliche these days The plucky British orphans; the valiantly struggling relation; the general bonhomie of the outside world which makes everything somehow bearable; the happy ending Yet note that I've awarded this an uneuivocal 5 stars That's because sugary it may be and is but darn it there are just some days when you're in the mood for sugar And plucky British orphans And happy endings And if you happen to be in such a mood on the day you read this book or How to Fly with Broken Wings listen to the audiobook version as I did then you're in for a five star treat Makes you believe the world is jolly good at that old chum Pour me another cup of tea