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Crossley like a double laser beam. Crossley looked away hastily and went back to worrying about the note. Everyone in 6B gave up hoping for anything interesting to happen and went back to their journals.

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Crossley has found a note in our geography books. I thought it might be from Miss Hodge at first, because we all know Teddy is dying for love of her, but be looks so worried that I think it must be from some silly girl like Estelle Green. Nan Pilgrim couldn't get over the vaulting hone again today. She jumped and stuck halfway. It made us all laugh. Simon Silverson wrote: It fell out when I was collecting them and I put it back in. If it was found lying about we could all he blamed.

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This is strictly off the record of course. I do not know , Niruparn Singh wrote musingly, how anyone manages to write much in their journal, since everyone knows Miss Cadwallader reads them all during the holidays. I do not write my secret thoughts. I will now describe the Indian rope trick which I saw in India before my father came to live in England.

Two desks away from Nirupam, Dan Smith chewed his pen a great deal and finally wrote, Well I mean it's not much good if you've got to write your secret fealings, what I mean is it takes all the joy, out of it and you don't know what to write. It means they aren't secret if you see what I mean.

I do not think , Estelle Green wrote, that I have any secret feelings today, but I would like to know what is in the note from Miss Hodge that Teddy has just found. I thought she scorned him utterly. At the back of the room, Brian Wentworth wrote, sighing, Timetables just ran away with me, that is my problem. During geograpby I planned a bus journey from London to Baghdad via Paris. Next lesson I shall plan the same journey via Berlin. Nan Pilgrim meanwhile was scrawling, This is a message to the person who reads our journals.

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Wentworth do it? She stared at what she had written, rather taken aback at her own daring. This kind of thing happened to her sometimes. Still, she thought, there were hundreds of journals and hundreds of daily entries. I shall now be boring, she wrote. Teddy Crossley's real name is Harold, but he got called Teddy out of the hymn that goes "Gladly my cross I'd bear. See All Customer Reviews.

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