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Storm in the Village & Fairacre Festival

By: Miss Read
Narrated by: June Barrie
Length: 9 hrs and 31 mins
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Summary

Storm in the Village, Miss Read, Headmistress of Fairacre School, learns of a proposed new housing development that soon has the citizens of Fairacre up in arms.

In The Fairacre Festival, after a storm damages the church roof, the villagers must raise money for repairs.

©2009 Mrs D J Saint (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Excellent Book

A book involving such fine detail of village life could only have been written by a person with first hand knowledge of Village life, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book,at times I found it difficult to put the book down.

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Read very good

This was a very good book. The reader was especially good with The Mrs Pringle character.

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Memories!

My church school was much like this and, like George Lamb, I'm very grateful for the excellent education, albeit in Spartan surroundings!

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Very enjoyable

A very enjoyable book or to be more accurate books. Miss Read provides a wonderful escape from reality when the troubles of the real world are too much to cope with.