Tag Archives: Fireworks

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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Our 500th Post!

So, this is our 500th post! In just over two years we’ve managed to bring you 500 blogs. How amazing is that? I hope you’re all still enjoying the blog, having fun reading the stories and reviews. We hope we’ll … 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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Happy Birthday Us!

Yesterday saw our second birthday here on World of Blyton! Happy 2nd birthday to us! Thank you for all your support over the year, and we hope you have enjoyed all of our articles. This week we have a nice … 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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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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