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Dr Carr’s mind is firmly made up. Katy and her little sister Clover are to spend a year away at boarding school. A strange place, far from home, but on arrival the girls have an inkling that it might turn out to be rather different from their expectations. One thing is for sure, it certainly isn’t going to be dull with Rose Red as an ally.


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    Lindley Walter-smith

    Another sanctimonious Carr family book, in which Katy and Clover teach the other girls at boarding school (which they only go to for ONE YEAR because having made them go against their will, Father decides he “can’t spare them at home” and, besides, the starving poor relative he got to housekeep and childmind for free escaped to anotehr relative) not to look at at bow to young men they haven’t been properly introduced to, forming a society against unladylike behaviour and against flirting and ins

    There’s a bit less illness fetish and disability fetish than in the first book, although the perfect Angel of the House is still necessarily an invalid (“nothing could be prettier” than watching her husband carry her around “like a child”), and getting seriously ill still causes miraculous personality changes in women, with a grumpy teacher healed by illness this time. The ultimate evil power, passive-aggressive Cousin Helen and her mercilessly wielded disability, is thankfully reduced to writing saccharine letters to Katy. Katy, on her part, has been rendered a feminine saint by illness. She was so much more interesting as a tomboy. 🙁

    The other moral is that you can’t judge people by how much money they have and how much they move in Society, providing of course that at the very least they have a big house and servants and can send their daughter to an expensive boarding school and are “respectable”. It’s almost a critique of classism. Almost.

    I initially thought the fairly likeable (although she is very tiresomely winsome and quirky AT ALL TIMES) Rose Red was a ripoff of Phil from L m Montgomery’s Anne of the Island, but it seems I was entirely unfair and this is an earlier book. Montgomery, I suppose, was never above “lifting” material. Im any case, her distinctly sapphic mutual infatuation with Clover – they ultimately promise never to love anyone else as much again – is the best part. There are other bright spots with the letters from the smaller children, who are much more likeable than their older sisters, and the fun of Katy having to face down hideous accusations of having written a note to a boy asking him to give her some cake. She was nearly expelled.

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    Naomi Sarah

    I remember reading this a few times when I was younger, but I never liked it that much. Now, as a re-read, I liked it. It wasn’t very good, though, but I can give it three stars because – the Katy books are just cute. 🙂

    What I liked:
    1. The Elsie-and-John-go-to-the-farm story. Poor kids. 😛
    2. All the presents Katy and Clover get when they leave to school. Goodness, I do like the sound of those watches. And the sound of those watch boxes Elsie made. Old-fashioned watches are the bestest pretties

    What I liked:
    1. The Elsie-and-John-go-to-the-farm story. Poor kids. 😛
    2. All the presents Katy and Clover get when they leave to school. Goodness, I do like the sound of those watches. And the sound of those watch boxes Elsie made. Old-fashioned watches are the bestest prettiest things.
    3. My favourite chapter in the entire book is the one where Katy and Clover read all the letters from back home. Elsie’s is my favourite – how she goes on about her dresses and what John said and that Dorry has a crush on her new friend. (And then, Dorry, in His letter, he says, ‘Elsie has a new friend – she’s rather pretty.’ I just loved reading the letters.) Also, Cecy’s all grown up!!! Long skirts and ‘rats’ in her hair.
    “Elsie says she’s got rats in her hair, but I don’t believe her.” HAHAHA.
    4. I love the poem game Katy and Clover and her friends at school play. I played it once with my sister when I was little, but when we played it it was very dull. 😛
    5. Rose Red is the coolest name ever. End of story.

    What I didn’t like:
    1. I’m going to say it again – the writing style. It’s SO soppy sometimes. For instance this – Katy and Clover after reading a letter from Cousin Helen:
    “Isn’t she the dearest in the world? After Papa, that is, of course.”
    “Indeed. There is none like her.”
    SERIOUSLY GUYS. That is SO how teenage sisters talk to each other. And also, the way everyone gets so emoooootional. Hahaha.
    2. Some bits were boring – like all the chitter-chatter of the school girls. All those girls are the same. With the exception of a few.

    But yes, I liked it. 🙂
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    Louise Armstrong

    Nov 14, 2011

    rated it
    really liked it

     · 
    review of another edition

    I enjoyed this. I remember thinking what an attractive character Rose Red was when I read the book as a child, and I still found her so now.

    When we first meet Rose she is described as having ‘a rosy, mischievous face’ and she is not enchanted to be greeted by a rich, but spoilt character. She laughs, she has dimples, ‘she’s a twinkling wild rose, with saucy whiskers of brown calyx’. Her eyes sparkle with fun, she has dimples that make you want to laugh too, and ‘Whatever she said or did seemed f

    When we first meet Rose she is described as having ‘a rosy, mischievous face’ and she is not enchanted to be greeted by a rich, but spoilt character. She laughs, she has dimples, ‘she’s a twinkling wild rose, with saucy whiskers of brown calyx’. Her eyes sparkle with fun, she has dimples that make you want to laugh too, and ‘Whatever she said or did seemed full of a flavour especially her own.’

    And throughout the book it’s always Rose who gets into mischief.
    …more