Elinor M. Brent-Dyer Short Stories & Poems

Elinor M. Brent-Dyer was the author of quite a number of short stories, many of them connected to the Chalet School, as well as one or two poems. The short stories were mainly published in annuals, and many appeared in Elinor's own Chalet Club News Letters and the Chalet Books for Girls. Short stories are listed alphabetically.

Short Stories

  • A New Flavouring for Pies - The Third Chalet Book for Girls, 1949
  • Beth's Diary - The Second Chalet Book for Girls, 1948
  • Carlotta To The Rescue - Come to the Circus, 1938
  • Cavalier Maid - The Second Coronet Book For Girls, 1950s
  • The Christmas Spook - Chalet Club News Letter 17, 1967
  • The House of Secrets - The Sceptre Annual for Girls, 1950s
  • Jack's Revenge - Sunday, 1914
  • Joey's Convict - The Second Chalet Book for Girls, 1948)
  • Joey Goes on Television - Chalet Club News Letter 18, 1968
  • Joey Shoves Her Oar In - The Chalet Book for Girls, 1947
  • Johnny Met A Bear - The Third Chalet Book for Girls, 1949
  • Joy Stays True - The Chalet Book for Girls, 1947
  • The Lady in the Yellow Gown - The Big Book for Girls, 1925; The Golden Story Book For Girls, 1932
  • The Midnight That Didn't Come Off - The Second Chalet Book for Girls, 1948
  • Peter and the Pumpkin - The Second Chalet Book for Girls, 1948
  • Rescue in the Snows - The Big Book for Girls, 1925; My Favourite Story, 1950s
  • The Rescue of Woolly Bear - The Chalet Book for Girls, 1947
  • The Robins Make Good - The Girls Own Paper, 1936; The Girl's Own Annual, Vol. 57, 1936
  • Samantha and the Fugitive - The Third Chalet Book for Girls, 1949
  • Smells of Soot - The Second Chalet Book for Girls, 1948
  • The Triumverate Went Ski-ing - The Chalet Book for Girls, 1947
  • Woollen Measles - The Third Chalet Book for Girls, 1949
  • Wopsie the Water-Carrier - The Third Chalet Book for Girls, 1949

Poetry

  • Margie's Birthday - Our Little Dots, 1918
  • Tables - Southern Cross Annual for Children, Vol. 2, 1920s

Magazine Articles

  • An Adventure in Tyrol - The Moretonia, 1924