(which I started reading at around 11 years of age - or close to it), it
rebel schoolboy's antics, so having the Annuals connects me to that
particular point in my past and brings it all back to me with
boot), but are well worth having for those who keep the spirit of child-
hood alive within themselves, and who refuse to ever fully grow up
if they can possibly help it.
the original books by Richmal Crompton.
Anyone else out there who wishes they were 11 again?