Bad Girls in Schools (Caribbean Writers Series) by Gwyneth Harold
  

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Bad Girls in Schools (Caribbean Writers Series) by Gwyneth Harold

This is a new novel in the Caribbean Writers series from a dynamic new writer and journalist from Jamaica. The atrocious behaviour of Taj, Cally and Katty, students at Redeemer College for girls, has disrupted the school. Determined to bring back order, the Principal has isolated them for expulsion, however her plans are thwarted! A special one year programme is set up for the rehabilitation of the girls. Will the bad girls reform, or simply continue to tear down all that is good around them?

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Format

Paperback
148 pages

Author

Gwyneth Harold
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Publisher

Heinemann International Literature & Textbooks an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

16th January 2007

ISBN

9780435215170


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