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How to have a Blyton Halloween

  Re-create some magical fun with Enid Blyton this Halloween in the following handy ways:   MAGICAL READ ALOUD STORIES This bumper collection of 25 short stories is populated by every sort of magical and mysterious creature, from a grumpy wizard who is...

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A brand new Secret Seven book in 2018!

  Amazing news! There are not one but two brand new Secret Seven books on the way, from award-winning World Book Day 2018 author Pamela Butchart. Set in the same world as Enid Blyton’s original stories, these fantastic new mysteries will have all the fun,...

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The food of Enid Blyton

    The food of Enid Blyton is often the first thing people remember about her books, and with good reason. "A large ham sat on the table, and there were crusty loaves of new bread. Crisp lettuces, dewy and cool, and red radishes were side by side in a big...

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ABOUT ENID BLYTON

Enid Mary Blyton was born on 11th August 1897 in East Dulwich, South London and spent her childhood in Beckenham, Kent, with her two younger brothers, Hanly and Carey. Enid’s father, Thomas, to whom she was very close, was a clothing wholesaler. Her mother, Theresa, devoted her time to housework, expecting her daughter to contribute to household chores.

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ABOUT ENID BLYTON

Enid Mary Blyton was born on 11th August 1897 in East Dulwich, South London and spent her childhood in Beckenham, Kent, with her two younger brothers, Hanly and Carey. Enid’s father, Thomas, to whom she was very close, was a clothing wholesaler. Her mother, Theresa, devoted her time to housework, expecting her daughter to contribute to household chores.

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