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Dream of Sadler's Wells : Veronica at the Wells (2 books in 1)

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    Lorna Hill(Author) Kathleen Whapham(Illustrator)

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In "A Dream of Sadler's Wells", 14-year-old Veronica is suddenly uprooted from her life in London and the ballet classes she loves so much when her father dies. In "Veronica At The Wells", Vernonica is offered a place at Salder's Wells Ballet School - until events take a frightening turn.
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  • By C B. on 26 August 2017

    Great condition, disappointed not the cover advertised

  • By on 3 October 2000

    This book is an enchanting and idealistic story about a young girl who persues her dream of becoming a ballet dancer. The girl, Veronica Weston, is a girl who will stop at nothing in order to succeed in her dream to join 'The Wells'. There are other books to follow in which are equally enthralling.

  • By judyb on 6 January 2012

    I purchased this book for my grand daughter's Christmas present. She loves ballet and I remember reading this book and the others in the series when young and enjoying it very much. I sneaked a read before I gave it to her and still enjoyed it. It was secondhand and in excellent condition.

  • By cb on 17 June 2002

    I love this book so much, I think I'd still take it on a desert island with me if I were only allowed to take one book. I've loved this book for about 15 years and I've probably read it more often than any of my other favourite books (and that's saying a lot).The love story between Sebastian and Veronica is wonderful, and still makes me shiver when I read it. My second favourite Wells book would have to be Veronica at the Wells (more of Sebastian and Veronica), then Ella at the Wells and then Vicky in Venice. I also love all of the other Wells books now I come to think of it! You should definitely read them all...

  • By Penny on 1 January 2014

    This was a purchase to pass along the magic of Lorna Hill and her Sadlers Wells books to a couple of generations past mine. I sincerely hope that the young lady enjoyed it as much as I did at her tween years - as I did all the Sadlers books written by Lorna Hill. I hope that they will all be re-published.

  • By Phrantic on 12 April 2013

    This was a great favourite of mine when I was younger and I am pleased to find that 60 years on it is just as good as I remembered

  • By Mrs J Thompson on 3 December 2015

    Read this as a child - had to read again to see if it was as good as I remembered. It was!

  • By vb on 26 June 2014

    I remember reading these books as a young teenager and I loved them. Thought I would re-read to see if they were still good, I enjoy reading ballet related stories and it's very difficult to get adult books on this theme so I thought I'd try Young Adult. I was amazed at how stilted the writing style was and how childish the characters were. They bore no relation to today's teenagers and it shocked me how things have changed over the years. Teenagers now read Twlight and the Mortal Instruments series and these can be equally enjoyed by adults of all ages. I was really disappointed, just goes to show, never try to revisit the past.

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