Ottoline Goes to School (Ottoline, #2)



Meet Ottoline And Her Hairy, Helpful Friend Mr Munroe No Secret Is Ever Too Scary For The Two Of Them To Discover Together Ottoline Is Off To The Alice B Smith School For The Differently Gifted She Is Rather Worried That She Doesn T Have A Special Gift.Ottoline Goes to School (Ottoline, #2)

Chris Riddell was born in Cape Town, South Africa, where his father was an Anglican priest and a member of the ANC The family moved to England in 1963, when Riddell was one year old, and he spent his childhood in a number of different locations, as his father moved between parishes Both of Riddell s parents continued to be active in the anti apartheid movement.Chris Riddell is an internationally Chris Riddell was born in Cape Town, South Africa, where his father was an Anglican priest and a member of the ANC The family moved to England in 1963, when Riddell was one year old, and he spent his childhood in a number of different locations, as his father moved between parishes Both of Riddell s parents continued to be active in the anti apartheid movement.Chris Riddell is an internationally acclaimed writer and illustrator whose many awards include the Nestl Gold Award and two Kate Greenaway Medals the most prestigious prize for illustration in the UK He is the creator ofthan one hundred books for all ages, including the immensely popular series the Edge Chronicles and his latest chapter book series, starring the irrepressible Ottoline Brown, which School Library Journal called exceptional Chris lives in Brighton, England, with his wife and three children where he invents his amazing characters in a very tidy shed in his yard

[Reading] ➰ Ottoline Goes to School (Ottoline, #2)  ➸ Chris Riddell – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 170 pages
  • Ottoline Goes to School (Ottoline, #2)
  • Chris Riddell
  • English
  • 08 February 2018
  • 1405050586

10 thoughts on “Ottoline Goes to School (Ottoline, #2)

  1. says:

    Beautifuly illustrated and amazingly written Watchfull readers will have fun with finding new interesting details in the illustrations Characters were especially endearing

  2. says:

    Mauri joutuu mustasukkaisuuden kouriin, kun Ottilia saa toisenkin yst v n Yhdess l hdet n hyvin erityislaatuiseen kouluun, jossa on lemmikeille oma siipi Brittilastenkirjallisuudestakin alkaa l yt sellaisia toistuvia trendej ja hauskuusteemoja, kun n it ty kseen lukee Kotimaisten kanssa v lill toivoisi, ett niit peruskivoja salapoliisi perhe hassu juttuja olisi v h n v hemm n, angloilla taas Outous on selv sti jotain niin pelottavaa, ett sen kanssa pit leikki kirjassa jos Mauri joutuu mustasukkaisuuden kouriin, kun Ottilia saa toisenkin yst v n Yhdess l hdet n hyvin erityislaatuiseen kouluun, jossa on lemmikeille oma siipi Brittilastenkirjallisuudestakin al...

  3. says:

    I wasn t crazy about this book It s not great and it s not bad either Ottoline s parents are travelers who are often away but she doesn t seem to mind as she has her best friend Mr Munroe and lots of grown ups to look after her One day she meets Cecily Forbes Lawerence III in the park by her apartment and they quickly become friends Cecily goes to Alice B Smith School for the Differently Gifted and Ottoline soon decides that she would like to attend too Once Ottoline reaches the boarding I wasn t crazy about this book It s not great and it s not bad either Ottoline s parents are travelers who are often away but she doesn t seem to mind as she has her best friend Mr Munroe and lots of grown ups to look after her One day she meets Cecily Forbes Lawerence III in the park by her apartment and they quickly become friends Cecily goes to Alice B Smith School for the Differently Gifted and Ottoline soon decides that she would like to attend too Once Ottoline reaches the boarding school the real adventures begins There are ghosts lurking about the scho...

  4. says:

    J adore les romans d Apolline Ottoline de Chris Riddell.Ca se lit tr s vite 30 minutes au parc m ont suffi , l histoire est pleine de malice et d humour, l image d Apolline, et les illustrations dont je suis admirative depuis que j ai commenc lire cet auteur pendant mon adolescence regorgent de d tails qu on peut passer de longs moments trouver.Dans ce roman, Apolline d couvre la vie l cole, en internat, et dans une cole pas comme les autres, o chacun recherche son don sp cial J adore les romans d Apolline Ottoline de Chris Riddell.Ca se lit tr s vite 30 minutes au parc m ont suffi , l histoire est pleine de malice et d humour, l image d Apolline, et les illustrations do...

  5. says:

    I actually like this sequel better than Ottoline and the Yellow Cat.Both are very charming, with a distinct style.It reminds me a little of the Eloise books by Kay Thompson, and other classic books too.I see that most reviewers on here prefer the first book, but I actually liked this one better.I liked that I felt it focusedon Ottoline s character.The first book focused a lot on the mystery of the Yellow Cat.This book focusedon Ottoline as a character.It was an entertaining and c I actually like this sequel better than Ottoline and the Yellow Cat.Both are very charming, with a distinct style.It reminds me a little of t...

  6. says:

    My third read for this book, and no matter how many times I read it, I love the story I didn t always like Ottoline in the beginning, she treated Munroe as if he wasn t there and didn t notice that made him sad , but the parts where she goes to school we...

  7. says:

    Recenze

  8. says:

    Love the drawings in these books Cute story My niece and I enjoyed reading it together.

  9. says:

    Another lovely book in the Ottoline series A fund story combined with Chris Riddell s fabulous illustrations make this a great read for children.

  10. says:

    It s very easy for somebody who reads a lot of books to miss an author And yet, equally, it s also very easy to have a consciousness of who and what that author is and how they do what they do This is where I stood with Chris Riddell conscious that I hadn t really read much of his work, but conscious that his work was good And I d come to that decision for a variety of reasons, not just for the quality of his art work which burns from his books like fire, but also because of the children I k It s very ea...

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