Enid Blyton

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Author: Gillian Baverstock

Publisher: Evans Brothers

ISBN: 9780237526191

Category: Authors, English

Page: 24

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Introduces the life and work of English writer, Enid Blyton whose Secret Seven books, Famous Five series, and her most widely known character Noddy, have made her one of the most famous authors in the world. Suggested level: primary.

Enid Blyton

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Author: Andrew Maunder

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030763323



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Reading Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton, The Castle of Adventure (London: Macmillan, 2014). 6. Anita Bensoussane, review of The Castle of Adventure, Enid Blyton Society, n.d., accessed Apr 4, 2020, https://www.enidblytonsociety.co.uk/book-details.php ...

Author: Philip Gillett

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1527561089

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

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Enid Blyton has been disparaged by her critics since the 1950s and her stock is still low, though this has not deterred readers. New editions of her work have been published regularly since her death in 1968. Recently, there have also been stage and television adaptations of her Malory Towers books, while other authors have continued to write stories based on her characters. There are also Famous Five parodies, which rely on readers’ familiarity with the series. A continuing affection for her work is apparent, though it is not always clear whether this comes from parents or their children. Reading Enid Blyton places the author’s work in its cultural and historical context. The book examines a sample of her vast output, looking at five recurring themes: a sense of place, a sense of period, a sense of childhood, a sense of class and a sense of fantasy. A survey of changing attitudes towards Blyton reveals contrasting ways of looking at her work and raises the question whether she was as reactionary a writer as she appeared.

Enid Blyton s Magical Treasury

Enid Blyton. A C K N O W L E D G E E M M E N T S All efforts have been made to seek necessary permissions . The stories in this collection first appeared in the following publications : * Very - Young the Wizard ' first appeared in ...

Author: Enid Blyton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444923927

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

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Popular and little-known stories by one of the world's best-loved children's authors, Enid Blyton, brought together in a stunning ebook, illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark. Enid Blyton was a storyteller who effortlessly transported readers to the enchanted lands of her imagination. In Blyton's world, carpets could grant wishes, rabbits rode on underground railways and magic doors and rabbit-holes took adventurous children into strange new worlds. This collection, compiled by renowned Blyton experts Norman Wright and Mary Cadogan, combs the Blyton archive to select extracts from popular works such as The Magic Faraway Tree as well as forgotten tales from the hundreds of magazines Enid wrote and edited in the 40s and 50s. The book is divided into six chapters, such as 'Wizards and Witches', 'Animal Magic', 'Extraordinary Objects' and Greedy Magic'. Renowned illustrator Emma Chichester Clark, who illustrated the cover for the 70th anniversary edition of Five Runaway Together has provided atmospheric black and white drawings and eight full-colour illustrations.

Enid Blyton s Holiday Stories

'The Donkey on the Sands' first appeared in Enid Blyton's Sunny Stories, issue 192, 1940. 'In the Middle of the Night' first appeared in Sunny Stories for Little Folks, issue 245, 1936. 'A Bit of Blue Sky' first appeared in Enid ...

Author: Enid Blyton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444923897

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

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A wonderful selection of short stories by one of the world's best-loved children's authors, Enid Blyton. Ideal for reading aloud, or for children from about 7 years old to read alone. From sandcastles at the beach to enchanted ice-creams, step into the summer with these delightful characters. Adventure, fun and magic can all be found on holiday with Enid Blyton, who has been delighting readers for more than seventy years. The stories previously appeared in magazines and anthologies from the 40s and 60s. This collection contains the original texts and is unillustrated. The collection contains: At Seaside Cottage The Magic Ice Cream Wagger Goes to the Show A Surprise for Jimmy The Twins Get in a Fix The Enchanted Cloak Adventure Up a Tree John's Hanky The Magic Watering Can Peppermint Rock The Donkey on the Sands In the Middle of the Night A Bit of Blue Sky The Smugglers' Caves Mr Gobo's Green Grass Smokey and the Seagull Adventures Under the Sea An Exciting Afternoon Lazy lenny Pink Paint for a Pixie Shut The Gate Look Out for the Elephant! Stayinh with Auntie Sue A Puppy in Wonderland The Three Sailors The Magic Seaweed

Enid Blyton s Christmas Stories

'The Tiny Christmas Tree' first appeared in Enid Blyton's Sunny Stories, issue 256, 1941. 'What Happened on Christmas Eve' first appeared in The Eighth Holiday Book, published by Sampson Low in 1953. 'The Little Reindeer Bell' first ...

Author: Enid Blyton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444922580

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

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Enid Blyton's timeless collection of Christmas stories - an ideal gift for anyone who loved the stories during their own childhood to pass on to the next generation of readers. Here is a wonderful selection to read and share. From Santa Claus and his helpers to a family putting up their tree, the characters in these stories embrace the Christmas spirit. There is mystery and magic, laughter and mischief, the joy of shared times and plenty of delicious food - many of the ingredients which have been delighting Enid Blyton's readers for more than seventy years. The stories previously appeared in magazines and anthologies from the 40s and 60s are. This collection contains the original texts and is unillustrated. The collection contains: The Lost Presents Santa Claus Gets a Shock A Week Before Christmas; The Christmas Tree Aeroplane Good Gracious, Santa Claus! The Tiny Christmas Tree What Happened on Christmas Eve The Little Reindeer Bell The Very Full Stocking In Santa Claus's Castle What They Did at Miss Brown's School Santa Claus Gets Busy The Christmas Tree Fairy The Little Christmas Tree A Family Christmas -Christmas Holidays A Family Christmas - Bringing Home the Holly; A Family Christmas -The Curious Mistletoe A Family Christmas - Balder the Bright and Beautiful A Family Christmas - The Christmas Tree A Family Christmas - A Christmassy Afternoon A Family Christmas -Bringing in the Yule Log A Family Christmas -Christmas Carols A Family Christmas -A Visitor in the Night A Family Christmas -The Story of Santa Claus A Family Christmas -Christmas Day

Enid Blyton s Summer Stories

Contains 27 classic tales Enid Blyton. No. 81, 1929. 'The Stolen Shadow' first appeared in Sunny Stories for Little Folks, No. 249, 1936. 'On Jimmy's Birthday' first appeared in Sunny Stories, No. 531, 1952. 'Bonzo Gets Into Trouble' ...

Author: Enid Blyton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444931237

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 360

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A wonderful selection of 27 short stories about holidays by one of the world's best-loved children's authors, Enid Blyton. Ideal for reading aloud, or for children from about 7 years old to read alone. School's out! So go on a picnic, visit the seaside or throw coconuts at the fair in this enchanting collection of stories perfect for summer holidays. Enid Blyton has been delighting readers for more than seventy years with her endless summers of magic, fun and adventure. Enid's best-loved characters include Noddy the wooden boy, Timmy the dog from The Famous Five and the mischievous twins Pat and Isabel O'Sullivan from the much-loved boarding school series St Clare's! This collection contains the original stories dating back to the 1940s: The Fish That Got Away; The Enchanted Toadstool; Jimmy and the Elephant Man; The Little Button Elves; The Girl Who Was Left Behind; A Story of Magic Strawberries; The Marvellous Pink Vase; When Mollie Missed the Bus; A Bit of Good Luck; The Surprising Buns; Pretty-Star the Pony; The Stolen Shadow; On Jimmy's Birthday; Bonzo Gets Into Trouble; The Roundabout Man; The Fairies' Shoemaker; Something Funny Going On; The Little Toy-Maker; Billy's Bicycle; That Girl Next Door!; The Boy Who Never Put Things Back; Policeman Billy; Think Hard, Boatman; The Wishing Spells; The Girl Who Had Hiccups; Christina's Kite; The Galloping Seahorse

The Real Enid Blyton

Even Blyton's sternest critics concede that her talent is to engross the most recalcitrant or tentative young reader in tales that do just that: in ... The fact is that no child has been rendered racist or sexist by reading Enid Blyton.

Author: Nadia Cohen

Publisher: Pen and Sword History

ISBN: 1526722046

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 168

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She is the most prolific childrens author in history, but Enid Blyton is also the most controversial. A remarkable woman who wrote hundreds of books in a career spanning forty years, even her razor sharp mind could never have predicted her enormous global audience. Now, fifty years after her death, Enid remains a phenomenon, with sales outstripping every rival.Parents and teachers lobbied against Enids books, complaining they were simplistic, repetitive and littered with sexist and snobbish undertones. Blatant racist slurs were particularly shockingly; foreign and working class characters were treated with a distain that horrifies modern readers. But regardless of the criticism, Enid worked until she could not physically write another word, famously producing thousands of words a day hunched over her manual typewriter.She imaged a more innocent world, where children roamed unsupervised, and problems were solved with midnight feasts or glorious picnics with lashings of ginger beer. Smugglers, thieves, spies and kidnappers were thwarted by fearless gangs who easily outwitted the police, while popular schoolgirls scored winning goals in nail-biting lacrosse matches.Enid carefully crafted her public image to ensure her fans only knew of this sunny persona, but behind the scenes, she weaved elaborate stories to conceal infidelities, betrayals and unconventional friendships, lied about her childhood and never fully recovered from her parents marriage collapsing. She grew up convinced that her beloved father abandoned her for someone he loved more, and few could ever measure up to her impossible standards.A complex and immature woman, Enid was plagued by insecurities and haunted by a dark past. She was prone to bursts of furious temper, yet was a shrewd businesswoman years ahead of her time. She may not have been particularly likeable, and her stories infuriatingly unimaginative, but she left a vast literary legacy to generations of children.

Enid Blyton s Famous Five

Which of the following was not one of Enid Blyton's daughters: Imogen, Harriet, Gillian? Was it Dobby, Perry or Sooty, a child at Dick and Julian's school, who always went on caravanning holidays? When the Five frighten the Stick family ...

Author: Clive Gifford

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444921673

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 160

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What is the name of the first book in the Famous Five series? Who is NOT a member of the Five: Julian, Nora or Anne? What does George's father do for a living? So you've read the books, maybe more than once, but how much do you really know about the adventures of the Famous Five? Revisit their best moments and meet all your favourite characters again in this brilliant quiz book.

101 Amazing Facts about Enid Blyton

Enid Mary Blyton was born on the 11th of August 1897. 2. She was born at 354 Lordship Lane (a flat above a shop) in East Dulwich, South London. 3. Enid's father was called Tomas Carey Blyton and her mother Theresa Mary Harrison Blyton.

Author: Jack Goldstein

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 1783336943

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 25

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Did you know that Enid Blyton very nearly became a professional musician rather than an author? Or that it was the secret passageway and haunted room in a house in which she stayed that inspired her to write many wonderful stories? Why did she hate her mother so much? And what was she like at school? This fascinating book contains over one hundred facts about Blyton, organised into categories for easy reading. Whether you are studying her for a project or you are just interested in finding out more about the much-loved children’s author, this is the book for you.