Monday #355


A guide to Blyton’s sequels, prequels and continuations

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My 2019 in books and Blyton

He climbed higher still. When he next looked down he gave a cry of surprise. He could see right down into the hollow trunk of the great tree! It had rotted away through many long years, and now the great tree was really nothing but a dying shell, still putting out leaves on its many great boughs – but fewer and fewer each year.

Peter finds the Hollow Tree that they turn into a house in Hollow Tree House.

 

 

 

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