> The Things You Can Read: Top Ten School Stories

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Monday, September 10, 2012

Top Ten School Stories

Ribblestrop (Ribblestrop, #1)
Image Credit:  Goodreads
School is in session and to honor all those who have returned to classrooms here is an interesting list of "school stories": from Andy Mulligan, the prize-winning author of the Ribblestrop series,  which is set in a very chaotic school.  Here is the list by title.  For the description of each story or series see the full article at the The Guardian.

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