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Blyblog - Anytime, any place, anywhere

I am reading a hugely thick book at the mo, but when I am done, I’m diverting to Blyton before moving on to my next weighty volume. 133 more words

What I read in October

It’s almost the end of the month, which means its time to talk about what’ve I’ve read in the last four weeks.

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend… 273 more words

29: Second Form at St Clare’s

If it’s not yet clear that I don’t do shame when it comes to my book choices, I don’t know what to say. I read books, hopefully enjoy them, and write about them candidly. 526 more words


Fatty and friends

Geriväg, his name was. Clear-Orf, to you English language readers. I always used to wonder what the original name might be, since at the time I read Enid Blyton’s books I didn’t know enough English to even begin guessing. 284 more words


The Story Of My Connection With Stories

My first actual ‘book’ was ‘Seven On An Adventure’ By Enid Blyton. Perhaps it was the fact that it involved kids doing something extraordinary and adventurous that made me love the book. 553 more words


Doorway to your imagination

I guess if I was a writer of children’s books, then this tree in the middle of the woods could be the inspiration for a whole series of stories. 28 more words


Second Form at Malory Towers - Chapters 11 and 12

Previously at Malory Towers:

  • Daphne has come to secretly like Mary-Lou
  • Mary-Lou quite openly adores Daphne
  • The two Mam’zelles are feuding
  • Belinda has been entertaining her peers with satirical illustrations of the Mam’zelles’ French civil war…
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