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..... To have audited the Chalet School Fiction Library Stock?

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TheCSLibraryPree Thu 24-Jul-14 12:09:24

To all followers of the Chalet School threads we have here.

I, as appointed librarian, have audited all our stock and can announce we have the following books in stock at present in electronic format......

Going by my records there are now only about 7 titles that I do not have in eBook format but I think I have most, if not all, of them in paper format so will concentrate on transcribing them once I've finished with 'War' which should be done in the next couple of days.

The complete list I have in eBook format are as follows......

1 - The School at the Chalet
2 - Jo of the C.S.
3 - The Princess of the C.S.
4 - The Head Girl of the C.S.
5 - Rivals of the C.S.
6 - Eustacia Goes to the C.S.
7 - C.S. and Jo
8 - Chalet Girls in Camp
9 - Exploits of the Chalet Girls
10 - The C.S. and the Lintons
11 - New House at the C.S.
12 - Jo Returns to the C.S.
13a - The New C.S.
14 - The C.S. in Exile
16 - Highland Twins
17 - Lavender Leigh/Laughs
18 - Gay from China/Lambert
20 - Three go to the C.S.
21 - The C.S. and the Island
22 - Peggy of the C.S.
23 - Carola Storms the C.S.
24 - The Wrong C.S.
25 - Shocks for the C.S.
26 - the Oberland
27 - Bride Leads the C.S.
28 - Changes for the C.S.
29 - Joey Goes to the Oberland
30 - C.S. and Barbara
31 - 19a Mystery
19b Tom Tackles
19c Rosalie
32 - C.S. Does it again
33 - C.S. Girl from Kenya
36 - A Problem for the C.S.
37 - New Mistress at the C.S.
39 - Coming of Age of the C.S.
40 - Richenda and the C.S.
41 - Trials for the C.S.
42 - Theodora and the C.S.
43 - Joey & Co in Tirol
44 - Ruey Richardson at the C.S.
46 - The C.S. Wins the Trick
47 - A Future C.S. Girl
48 - THe Feud in the C.S.
49 - C.S. Triplets
50 - C.S. Reunion
51 - Jane and the C.S.
52 - Redheads at the C.S.
53 - Adrienne and the C.S.
55 - Challenge for the C.S.
56 - Two Sams at the C.S.
57 - Althea Joins the C.S.
58 - Prefects of the C.S.

Additional titles....

3a - Visitors to the c.S.
14a - Jo and Patricia
The C.S. Cookbook
Joey Goes on TV

If anyone has previously asked me for copies of CS books by email then you should have received an email from me with this list, attachments of any I've not previously sent out - though it is possible that 2-3 titles may not have been sent to everyone.

If you are missing any of the above, and I have your email address, please look out for an email from me. If you haven't had one or want any of the above eBooks, please send me a PM including your email address and which titles you want - you can just list the book numbers.

micah Sun 27-Jul-14 18:48:40

I'm sure there was one called Genius at the CS.

Don't think I made it up?

TheCSLibraryPree Sun 27-Jul-14 19:58:28

Hello Micah,

Indeed you are correct, there is Genius. In the Armada books it was split to become Genius and Fete. I have them both and, in due course, will transcribe them!!

PolkadotsAndMoonbeams Sun 27-Jul-14 21:03:43

Which is the one where somebody puts cod liver oil tablets in the shepherds pie? I used to get the monthly magazines, I'm not sure where they are now. I'll have to ask my DSis if she knows.

TheCSLibraryPree Sun 27-Jul-14 21:30:04

Don't remember that but there was the time Evvy & Co (I think) put garlic cloves in the apple pies instead of dried cloves. Was in one of the earlier Tirol books.

PolkadotsAndMoonbeams Sun 27-Jul-14 22:22:05

I've just asked my DSis and that was in one if the magazines apparently, so maybe not in a proper book. They made them and they looked so good they chose them to be served to the people visiting the school. Why they put them in in the first place, or what the outcome was I can't actually remember confused

TooSpotty Sun 27-Jul-14 23:25:53

I'm pretty sure one of the books has a cod liver oil/olive oil mix up. Someone is sent to get olive oil from matron for frying doughnuts and gets the wrong oil. Tyrol era as I'm sure the American girls are involved somehow:

EElisavetaofBelsornia Mon 28-Jul-14 00:14:19

Ooh I will!! Very excited.

TheCSLibraryPree Mon 28-Jul-14 01:57:57

Ahh, now I do remember something about frying donuts!! Can't remember it being during Tirol days, and I've read them fairly recently. Let me do some digging!

TooSpotty Mon 28-Jul-14 09:46:24

I googled. Right on doughnuts, wrong on era. It's in Carola.

rumbleinthrjungle Mon 28-Jul-14 11:18:01

Oooh! oooh! Jo to the Rescue! I may have to have a lie down for a few days, anyone got any spiked milk?

Library Pree, if it wasn't ghastly tosh we just don't do around here I might have a pash on you. Wonderful work, thank you!

RobinHumphries Mon 28-Jul-14 11:23:59

Slang rumble? Pay your fine please! Matey will be along in a minute to wash your mouth out with soap

Trickydecision Mon 28-Jul-14 15:56:10

I am so very grateful for the book which you sent me a split second after receiving my message. But how on earth do you do the transcribing? Surely it is an extremely laborious process?

TheCSLibraryPree Wed 30-Jul-14 02:52:55

Hello Tricky,

I literally sit here and type up each book. I do a live in job (it's meant to be alternate weeks but, since end of April, I've only had 2 weeks out) and spend much of my days sitting doing nothing so it keeps me occupied and sane!!

I quite like the routine of sitting and typing page after page and it means I get to read them!!

Trickydecision Wed 30-Jul-14 08:10:46

There should be a Mumsnet, or even a CS, medal for devotion beyond the call of duty. You are amazing! Thank you again.

Katharine2 Wed 08-Oct-14 12:20:03

That's impressive LibraryPree, sent you a PM.

UserNameUnderConstruc Wed 08-Oct-14 12:32:45

Wow! What an impressive list!. Its bought back fond memories of readin the books growing up. Have sent you a pm.

I was going to come on and say the codliver oil fried doughnuts was in a later CS book - but I see I have been beaten to it. I must have been too busy doing my prep and mending to see this thread earlier!

ChutesTooNarrow Wed 08-Oct-14 12:52:36

This is one of the best threads I have ever opened on mumsnet! I have sent a pm.

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