Tag Archives: Bonfire Night

Remember, remember the fifth of November

Remember, remember! The fifth of November, The gunpowder treason and plot. There is no reason Why the gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot! Blyton clearly agreed as she featured Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes Night several times in different books, stories and … Continue reading

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Monday #242

It’s bonfire night, tonight. Don’t forget to have a look at our post on Blyton’s Bonfires, Guys and Fireworks, it’s perfect for today. Jack Arnold and Noddy, Toyland Detective “That’s what I was afraid of. I thought you would pick up … Continue reading

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Monday #241

It’s a busy time in the UK at the moment, we have Halloween on October 31st and then Guy Fawkes Night on the 5th of November. If you need some Blyton to get you in the mood for either occasion, … Continue reading

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Blyton’s Bonfires, Guys and Fireworks

It’s bonfire night, or Guy Fawkes’ night this week, so I thought I would put something together covering what Blyton wrote about the subject. SECRET SEVEN FIREWORKS This seems like an obvious first choice, given the title! While the main … Continue reading

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November Monday

It gets colder by the day it would seem – we’re now into full-on hats-gloves-and-scarves weather. Now’s the time for cosying up with a book if there ever was one. We have a new writer on the blog this week … Continue reading

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The Bonfire at Night: A poem by Enid Blyton

It’s bonfire night tonight, so I thought we should have a poem to celebrate. I’m going out tonight to see the fireworks, are you? You can also take a look at the poem we put up last year at this … Continue reading

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Good Work, Secret Seven – A Review by Ben

The Secret Seven are enjoying a meeting in the trademark shed of Peter and Janet’s back garden a few days before bonfire night. Nibbling away at staple Enid Blyton favourites such as chocolate biscuits, apples, ginger buns, doughnuts, peppermint rock, hazelnuts … Continue reading

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Firework Night – A poem by Enid Blyton

(By your dog and mine) BANG! What’s that? Bang-Bang! Oh, Hark, The guns are shooting in the dark! Little guns and big ones too, Bang–bang-bang! What shall I do? Mistress, Master, hear me yelp, I’m out-of-doors, I want your help. … Continue reading

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