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Throwback Thursday: Five Go To Mystery Moor

Throwback Thursday is a topic hosted by Renee at It’s Book Talk. It’s a chance to share some old favourites or books that have been on your ever growing To Be Read list. 549 more words

Five Go Down Under (Enid Blyton's Famous Five for Grown-Ups with text by Sophie Hamley

Title: Five Go Down Under (Enid Blyton’s Famous Five for Grown-Ups)

Author: Sophie Hamley

Genre: Humour, Parody

Publisher: Hachette Australia

Published: 31st October 2017

Format: Hardcover… 634 more words


I Love Cozy Mysteries

You love cozy mysteries too? Great. Read on. You’ve never heard of them? That’s okay, I’ll tell you all about them.  My fondness for ‘cozy mysteries’ probably began way before that term was even coined.  439 more words

Edinburgh and Glasgow: The Famous Five (2014)

Last week, I introduced Glasgow and Edinburgh, who are not the characters already from Britain Boys, but instead two completely new characters for… 735 more words

Creative Work

The Famous Five 75th Anniversary

This year is the 75th anniversary of The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. I adored reading about Famous Five adventures as a child and I read all the books numerous times. 136 more words


When people search for Enid Blyton what are they looking for? Re-revisited

I have found so many funny/strange search terms I’ve had to do a second post. Though now I’m thinking about how those strange terms are now on the blog and we are even more likely to have people find us while searching for spiders… (just a note to say that any capital letters in the search terms have been added by me – to make them easier to read!) 732 more words

Blog Talk

August 27

1927: The Famous Five file a petition. Also known as the Valiant Five, Emily Murphy, Irene Marryat Parlby, Nellie Mooney McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Henrietta Muir Edwards, were women’s rights activists from Alberta, Canada. 497 more words