Blyton’s Winter Reads – A Reblog


It has been about five years since I presented you with the blogs detailing the books that Enid Blyton wrote that could be considered as wintry books. I thought perhaps, as the weather’s taken a turn for the worse, we might be in a mood to curl up with a few of the favourite Blytons and pretend we’re in a far off time.  I’m going to list the books for you and link you to the blogs from five years ago so you can refresh your memories

Blog part 1

The books you’ll be able to find out about which are wintry reads are:

  1. Five Go Adventuring Again
  2. The Mystery of Tally-Ho Cottage
  3. The Six Bad Boys
  4. The Rat-a-Tat Mystery
  5. The Secret Seven

    The full blog can be found here.

    Blog part 2

    The second blog of wintry reads contains information on:

    1. In the Fifth at Malory Towers
    2. The Christmas Book
    3. The Mystery of the Strange Bundle
    4. Five Get into a Fix
    5. Shock for the Secret Seven

    The Christmas book illustrated by Treyer Evans in 1944

    So there we are, that’s what’s on the second blog and you can read more about those books here.

    Can you think of any wintry books we may have missed? Let us know in the comments.

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5 Responses to Blyton’s Winter Reads – A Reblog

  1. chrissie777 says:

    That’s really too bad, when I click on the green blog titles, nothing happens :(.

    Like

  2. jillslawit says:

    I need to read the Rat-a-Tat mystery.

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