The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton
I’ve read a lot of stories in my life – certainly more than most my age – and the fascination with words started when I was very young. 286 more words
Now this is unusual for my blog; to write about a tearoom. What I am really writing about I suppose is one of my favourite childhood books (away from my obsession with Enid Blyton anyway). 515 more words
The subsequent extract from File 12215, released October 2016 after 68 years by Her Majesty’s Government sheds light on one of Britain’s most misunderstood characters. Quentin Kirrin, as he was most widely known, was an enigmatic figure who might just have passed under the radar were it not for the work of one Ms Enid Blyton in the 40s and 50s. 1,498 more words
“You can’t have adventures on an empty stomach,” reasoned Dick.
Enid Blyton is the queen of fictional food. I set out to write a post about the four fictional feasts I would love to eat, but quickly realised that everything that I was writing about was from Enid. 328 more words