Author:Christine Chaundler

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Christine Chaundler
(1887–1972)
British children's author. Used the pseudonym Peter Martin for her stories for boys.

Works[edit]

  • The Magic Kiss (1916)
  • Little Squirrel Tickletail (1917)
  • Ronald's Burglar (1919)
  • Just Gerry (1920)
  • My Book of Stories from the Poets (1920) (External scan)
  • Pat's Third Term (1920)
  • The Thirteenth Orphan (1920)
  • The Reputation Of The Upper Fourth (1920)
  • The Right St John's (1920)
  • The Binky Book (1920) 2 vols
  • Snuffles For Short (1921)
  • The Fourth Form Detectives (1921)
  • A Fourth Form Rebel (1922)
  • The Reformation Of Dormitory Five (1922)
  • Captain Cara (1923)
  • Jan Of The Fourth (1923)
  • Dickie's Day (1924)
  • Sally Sticks It Out (1924)
  • Princess Carroty-Topp And Timothy (1924)
  • Jill The Outsider (1924)
  • Tomboy Toby (1924)
  • Judy The Tramp (1924)
  • Winning Her Colours (1924)
  • An Unofficial Schoolgirl (1925)
  • Bunty Of The Blackbirds (1925)
  • A Credit To Her House (1926)
  • The Exploits Of Evangeline (1926)
  • Philippa's Family (1927)
  • Reforming The Fourth (1927)
  • The Chivalrous Fifth (1927)
  • The Games Captain (1928)
  • Meggy Makes Her Mark (1928)
  • Friends In The Fourth (1929)
  • A Disgrace To The Fourth (1930)
  • The Madcap Of The School (1930)
  • The Technical Fifth (1931)
  • The New Girl In Four A (1930)
  • The Junior Prefect (1931)
  • Two In Form Four (1931)
  • The Story Book School (1931)
  • Cinderella Ann (1932)
  • Five B And Evangeline (1932)
  • The Feud With The Sixth (1932)
  • Jill Of The Guides (1932)
  • The Amateur Patrol (1933)
  • The Children's Author (1934)
  • The Lonely Garden & Ronald's Burglar (1934)
  • Baker's Dozen (1937)
  • Tales Of Nicky-Nob (1937) 4 vols
  • The Children's Story Hour (1938)
  • The Odd Ones (1941)
  • Winkie Wee And The Silver Sixpence (1947)
  • Winkie Wee's Spring Cleaning (1947)
  • Prize For Gardening (1948)
  • More Stories For The Children's Hour (1949)


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1972, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 30 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.