The House on the Kopje

By: Chappell, Mollie

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London: Collins. Publishers original blue cloth with a silver seagull library illustration and lettering to front cover, silver lettering to spine, slight canter. Dustwrapper: unclipped, minor chipping to top and base of spine and corners, rubbing to surfaces, now protected in Brodart. White endpapers, no inscriptions, offset. 254pp. pages clean and bright in firm binding. Mollie Chappell's vivid portrayal of life in Rhodesia, as experienced by the teenage girl characters whom she draws with such charm and conviction, made an instant appeal to readers of her first book, Rhodesian Adventure. Now she has followed it up with a second book about a Rhodesian born family of children who quarrel and make up in the way all families do, but who can show real courage and resourcefulness when they are 'up against it'. All girls will love Frick, beautiful and gifted; and will sympathise with Jan, the homely one who finds genius rather difficult to live with. Then there are the young twins, as different as can be: the practical Annemarie, with her passion for farming, particularly pigs; and quiet, shy Bill, inclined to be overlooked and always taking second place. . circa 1950s. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Valerie Sweet. 8vo.

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