Series: Chronicles of Fairacre

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Village School by Miss Read1
Village Diary by Miss Read2
Storm in the Village by Miss Read3
Miss Clare Remembers by Miss Read4
Over The Gate by Miss Read5
Village Christmas by Miss Read6
Fairacre Festival by Miss Read7
Emily Davis by Miss Read8
Tyler's Row by Miss Read9
The Christmas Mouse by Miss Read10
Farther Afield by Miss Read11
No Holly for Miss Quinn by Miss Read12
Village Affairs by Miss Read13
The White Robin by Miss Read14
Village Centenary by Miss Read15
Summer at Fairacre by Miss Read16
Mrs. Pringle of Fairacre by Miss Read17
Changes at Fairacre by Miss Read18
Farewell to Fairacre by Miss Read19
A Peaceful Retirement by Miss Read20
Village School/ Village Diary by Miss ReadOmnibus 1-2
Chronicles of Fairacre by Miss ReadOmnibus 1-3
Miss Clare Remembers and Emily Davis (The Fairacre Series 4 & 8) by Miss ReadOmnibus 4,8
Further Chronicles of Fairacre by Miss ReadOmnibus 4, 5, 7, 8
Miss Read's Christmas Tales: Village Christmas and Christmas Mouse (The Fairacre Christmas Omnibus) by Miss Read6 & 10
Storm in the Village & The Fairacre Festival by Miss ReadOmnibus 3 & 7
Village Christmas/The White Robin (The Fairacre Series 6 & 14) by Miss ReadOmnibus 6,14
Christmas at Fairacre by Miss ReadOmnibus 6,10,12
The Christmas Mouse & No Holly for Miss Quinn by Miss ReadOmnibus 10 &12)
Fairacre Roundabout: " Tyler's Row " , " Farther Afield " and " Village Affairs " (Miss Read) by Miss ReadOmnibus 9, 11, 13
Fairacre affairs by Miss ReadOmnibus 15-16
The Last Chronicle of Fairacre: "Changes at Fairacre", "Farewell to Fairacre", "Peaceful Retirement": Changes at Fairacre, Farewell to Fairacre and A Peaceful Retirement by Miss ReadOmnibus 18-20

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