Monday #201

So here at World of Blyton we have some exciting news. There is going to be a new Blyton fan in my household as I will be having a baby in the summer. I’m already thinking of all the great books I can read him or her, and which (if any) Blytonish names I can sneak onto the suggestions list.


We are both hoping that we can continue the blog as it is at the moment, especially as I hope to start writing extra content now to schedule later on when I’ve got my hands full with a baby. Anyway, that’s a while off yet so here’s what we’re writing this week:


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10 Responses to Monday #201

  1. chrissie777 says:

    Congratulations, Fiona :). That’s wonderful news indeed!!! Hope all goes well for you and the baby.
    If I ever would have had a daughter, I’d called her Georgina, because I like the sound of it. It’s still my favorite name for a girl 50 years later even though George Kirrin didn’t like her first name at all.


  2. chrissie777 says:

    I hope you’ll only read the original text/old versions to your child and rather explain that things were handled differently way back then when these books were published. That way he/she will get a better understanding for history and how things have changed compared with the past.


    • fiona says:

      I think it will have to be a mixture of both. While I want to share my original editions with him or her I suspect I will end up with some newer and less fragile ones too so that they can look at them on their own.

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  3. Francis says:

    The most wonderful news! Give the baby three Christian names and he / she will have a choice.
    Many regards.

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