E M Channon

E M Channon


E M Channon was born Ethel Mary Bredin on 17 October 1875 in Ireland. After her father’s death four years later, she and her mother moved to St Leonard’s where she attended the Ladies’ College. She married Rev Francis Channon in 1904 and together they had six children. Ethel began writing after her marriage and produced numerous books for both children and adults. She is, perhaps, most well known for The Honour of the House, which was published in 1931, but she wrote another dozen or so stories for girls between 1924 and 1937. She died in 1941.


A Countess at School

A Countess at School

This is a very attractive and original story of a girls' boarding-school—full of incident. The chief..

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A Fifth Form Martyr

A Fifth Form Martyr

Joan Partridge is never satisfied with her life. She can always find something to complain about. Bu..

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Expelled from St. Madern's

Expelled from St. Madern's

St. Madern’s was one of the best of modern girls’ schools set in wonderful surroundings. There was a..

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Her Second Chance

Her Second Chance

After trying to wreck her school, Rita Salmon was, quite deservedly, expelled. She did not, perhaps,..

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That Awful Term

That Awful Term

Lucy Semple has just one wish: that everything might always go on exactly the same, without upsets o..

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The Cinderella Girl

The Cinderella Girl

 A delightfully written story of a girl who, after leaving school, took a training in domestic ..

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The Handsome Hardcastles

The Handsome Hardcastles

The six Hardcastle children were the envy of all who knew them. They had everything—a beautiful home..

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