DOWN WITH SKOOL! by

DOWN WITH SKOOL!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Imported humor from Britain, this makes the most of the ""boners"" and the attitudes of one ""nigel molesworth, the curse of st custard's"" and carries on from his photograph album, to his thorts on head beaks, (or the enemy and are they nesessessary?), on their subjects (those weedy things, English, Peotry, Latin, French, Maths and Singing; to his schedules for avoiding lessons and some passing chizzes on parents. The finis is on skool food, which includes etiquette and a nightmare on the revolt of the prunes. Everybod may not think this is WIZZ but it does go to prove: BOYS triumphant agane and the only good things about skool are BOYS. Searle's wobbly drawings hand in glove this awkward age.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1954
Publisher: Vanguard