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Blyton

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(Biography) Enid (Mary). 1897–1968, British writer of children's books; creator of Noddy and the Famous Five series of adventure stories
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FOR 6-8 YEAR OLDS: The Enchanted Wood: Enid Blyton Five on a Treasure Island: Enid Blyton A Bear Called Paddington: Michael Bond The Milly-Molly-Mandy Storybook: Joyce Lankester Brisley Flat Stanley: Jeff Brown.
1897 Enid Blyton, children's author, was born in East Dulwich.
The Summer of Adventure campaign comes after research by the Enid Blyton Foundation revealed six in 10 children spend less than 1.
Warmly recommended, but for an age-group a little older than the suggested Enid Blyton fans.
Magic Faraway Tree titles by bestselling children's author Enid Blyton are to be adapted for cinema release by British film, television and theatre production company Neal Street Productions, it was announced on Wednesday.
London, Jan 3 ( ANI ): Enid Blyton is set to be honoured with a commemorative plaque in Beaconsfield, England.
There is no such thing as a "bad book" for children, he suggested, arguing it is "snobbery" to dismiss authors such as Enid Blyton and horror writer RL Stine as bad for young people.
SUPERB An Enid Blyton classic is being brought to life by Jackie Phillips, pictured with Tiana Walker, four
CLASSIC book series The Famous Five by Enid Blyton has been voted Britain's favourite children's title.
1897: Enid Blyton, children's author, below, was born in East Dulwich.