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The Famous Five Series: Mini reviews of books 1-5

As I mentioned before, this year is the 75th anniversary of The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. That’s why I decided that I will re-read all 21 books from the series. 564 more words

Reading

Enid Blyton Five On Brexit Island

Enid Blyton (1897-1968) was a children’s author, whose books sold more than 600 million copies worldwide, in 90 languages. She is best known for her Noddy. 184 more words

Brexit

A Home for Noddy

Have you ever been given a toy that you were never sure why it was chosen for you? It happened to me. I was given a marionette… 1,608 more words

Family History

What Would Shakespeare Say?

I think I might finally have achieved critical mass. One of my students (thanks, Struckers) pointed out today that I’ve got a Shakespeare quotation for every occasion. 289 more words

William Shakespeare

What Belongs to You

I’ve been a particularly neglectful blogger these last few months. I’ve been kept busy with my two jobs, which has also meant I’ve had more money coming into my account since before I went to librarian school, which has meant money to go out into the world and do things, buy books and see shows, and enjoy the extravagance of three meals a day. 1,089 more words

The secrets behind our blogging

If you’re looking for a guide to becoming a successful and/or rich blogger, I’m afraid you are in the wrong place.

What this is, instead, is a sneak  peek at some of our best blogging resources. 890 more words

Written By Fiona

Five go mad in Dorset

Five go mad in Dorset. Not quite Enid Blyton and the Famous Five.

Also a slight exaggeration in our case. The reality is perhaps much closer to two go mildly to Dorset in search of sun, sea and vintage bric-a-brac. 330 more words