7 Best Enid Blyton Books

Enid Blyton Books: Enid Mary Blyton was an English children’s writer whose books have been among the world’s best-sellers since the 1930s, selling more than 600 million copies. Blyton’s books are still enormously popular, and have been translated into 90 languages.

Enid Blyton Books

The Magic Faraway Tree Oct 5, 2020 by Enid Blyton

Three magical stories in one bumper book! Be whisked away by Enid Blyton, the world’s best-loved storyteller, on, not one, but THREE magical Faraway Tree adventures in this illustrated Magic Faraway Tree collection! When Joe, Beth and Frannie move to the countryside, they discover that their new house lies next to the Enchanted Wood! And in that wood, lives the Magic Faraway Tree. This is no ordinary tree – it is home to more magical lands full of elves, pixies, talking creatures and wonderful adventures than the children ever imagined possible! Join the children and their new friends Moon-Face, Saucepan Man and Silky the Fairy as they explore this most magical of all fairytale worlds.

Five Get into Trouble Dec 16, 2020 by Enid Blyton

Five Get into Trouble is the eighth novel in The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. It was first published in 1949. In this novel, Dick gets kidnapped, mistaken for another boy whose name is Richard. The Famous Five track him down to a lonely, out-of-the-way house, but they are seized and imprisoned too.

Five Go to Smuggler's Top by Enid Blyton

Siblings Julian, Dick and Anne are spending the Easter school holidays with their cousin George at her parents’ house, Kirrin Cottage. After a tree falls on the house, the four children are sent to Smuggler’s Top, the home of Mr. Lenoir, a fellow-scientist of George’s father, Uncle Quentin. Smuggler’s Top is a queer house at the summit of an old hilltop coastal town, partly surrounded by dangerous marsh

The Put-Em-Rights by Enid Blyton

Brief Summary by Fiona Brough: When a tramping preacher comes to Under Ridge the minister’s daughter Sally decides it is time to start a band of children to do good deeds. She, along with Micky, Yolande, Amanda, Podge and Bobby set out to help the local community and show them the error of their ways. It’s not as easy as it seems, though, and they invariably find that they have rubbed up their neighbours the wrong way and have to assess their own means and motives before they can truly be effective ‘Put-Em-Rights

Five Go Adventuring Again (Famous Five #2) by Enid Blyton

Back at Kirrin Cottage for the Christmas holidays, it seems as if the much anticipated festive season is ruined when Uncle Quentin announces that he has hired a tutor for the children. George hates Mr Roland from the very start and when he suggests that Timmy sleeps outside, she is outraged, and even becomes unfriendly with her cousins, as a result of him. And then the children discover a strange map behind a panel at Kirrin Farmhouse: at first it is regarded as a well-protected secret between them; but when curiosity gets the better of Julian, Dick and Anne, and they ask Mr Roland to decipher it for them—a mystery emerges and the adventure begins…

Five Have Plenty of Fun by Blyton Enid

Five Have Plenty Of Fun is the 14th novel in The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. It was first published in 1955 by Hodder & Stoughton.

Five On A Treasure Island (Famous Five Book 1) by Enid Blyton

Ah, the Famous Five! In this first book, we open with Julian, Dick and Anne at home with their parents, chatting around the breakfast table. Julian asks his mother if they’re going to Polseath as usual for the summer holidays—but to the childrens’ surprise their parents have decided they want to go away on their own to Scotland. The children must go to stay with their Aunt Fanny and Uncle Quentin, down by the sea at Kirrin Bay. They have a daughter by the name of Georgina, who is very lonely and could do with the company of a few cousins. And so plans are made, and they all pile into the car and set off.

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