Good Bye Mr. Chips

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A look at the life of a schoolmaster at a fictional boys school in England at the turn of the 20th century.

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James Hilton’s masterful prose meanders through the life and memory of Mr. Chips, a schoolmaster in a fictional English boys prepartory school. The book is a short read about an ordinary man living an ordinary life.  And yet, it is through all of this uneventfulness the man becomes extradorinary.

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  • Author: James Hilton
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (July 14, 2004)
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  • Mass Market Papeback: 144 pages

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What You Need to Know

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  • Role Models/Authority Figures – Mr. Chips!
  • Violence – Some talk of mild pranks the boys play on each other.
  • Sexual Content – None.
  • Language – None.
  • Consumerism – None.
  • Drinking/Smoking/Drugs – None.
  • Religion – None. There is no mention of religion.
  • Other – None.
  • Awards – None.