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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Five Go on a Great Western Adventure

    Our very own Famous Five are set to star in a new campaign for Great Western Railway! Many of us at Enid Blyton HQ remember how exciting it was to take a train as a child and feel like you were embarking on a big adventure. A new animation that Great...

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The best quotes from Enid Blyton’s school series

    School is very much in session for another year, but it's not all about lessons. In Enid Blyton's school series, you learn how to have fun, be tolerant and kind, enjoy working hard - and most importantly, how to have a midnight feast (and by the way -...

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The Book of Adventure with the Mail On Sunday!

    There's a new, exclusive Famous Five themed book out there... The Book of Adventure has 90 pages of thrilling stories and top tips for explorers. What's more, it's free when you buy the 20th August edition of the Mail On Sunday at participating stores....

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Happy 120th birthday, Enid Blyton!

  Enid Blyton was born on 11th August, 1897. Here are some eye-popping facts for you on her birthday: * Enid Blyton is believed to have written around 700 books. * According to UNESCO, Enid Blyton is the most translated children's author in the world. * She is...

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How to have an Enid Blyton summer

  *   Pick up a copy of Summer Holiday Stories *   Visit a RHS garden to have plenty of Famous Five themed adventures *   Read this Big Issue list of summer things to do *   Make ginger beer from a brilliant recipe by Allegra McEvedy *   Have lashings of...

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Take on the #NoddyChallenge!

  Crafters and bakers ahoy! The Book People have a challenge for you. Parents and children can get creating together with a range of art, food and craft projects inspired by Noddy and his friends. If you share them to the hashtag #NoddyChallenge on social media...

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