Tag Archives: Reblogged

Enid Blyton Fund for Seven Stories

Originally posted on Seven Stories' Enid Blyton Blog:
We are thrilled to announce a new £¾m fund to benefit the work of Seven Stories, which has been founded thanks to the Enid Blyton Trust for Children.  Its Trustees have decided to wind…

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Reblog: Five Go off to Camp by March House Books

In a change to the schedule, I thought it was best to bring you something rather than nothing given my no show last week. I’m struggling a lot at the moment to write and read due to work stress and … Continue reading

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Reblog: The search for Kirrin Island – Memories by Hans van der Klis

I’m on a city-break this week without a laptop, and so instead of attempting to blog from an ancient tablet or tiny phone I have chosen to bring you a reblog instead. You may have seen our last reblog from … Continue reading

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Wandering in the dark near Kröller Müller — Kunst en Cultuur – Arts & Culture

This link was sent to us from Hans van der Klis from The Netherlands. He says:  I’ve written an ‘adventure’ story on my blog, that we (my wife and I) experienced during a visit to a museum in the forest. With some thoughts … Continue reading

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35 Things We Learned From the Famous Five a reblog from Forever Amber

Amber, of Forever Amber, has come up with a list of things we learn from the Famous Five, including: 1. All underground caves have a stream running through them. If you find yourself trapped in one (by smugglers, natch), all … Continue reading

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Reblog: 10 Signs You Read Too Much Enid Blyton as a Child

This is not what I promised to bring you today but in my defence I have been busy lugging my enormous book collection to my new flat. I nearly packed the Noddy I planned to review – it’s one of … Continue reading

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Literary Love Letters: Dear Enid Blyton, From Samantha Tonge – Reblogged from Novelicious

I’ve had this bookmarked for a while, but haven’t needed to use it as we’ve had plenty of material from contributors lately. Rather than having Chris’ Adventure Series posts back to back we thought we’d break things up a little … Continue reading

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Reblog: A Postcard From Enid Blyton by Roger Thiedeman

Unfortunately things didn’t work out with our potential blogger this week, but never mind. Instead here’s a post from over at the March House Books Blog which is run by the lovely Barbara. March House Books is an online second-hand book … Continue reading

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Making Blyton’s Food: Homemade Lemonade Famous Five Style by Helen at Novelicious

It’s spring now (or soon depending on how you define it!) and what better to drink on a warm day than a glass of lemonade? You don’t have to get far into a Famous Five book to find a reference … Continue reading

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Aunt Fanny’s Special Tomato Soup from Five Have Plenty of Fun by Helen at Novelicious

I was just thinking it was time for another reblog to bring you something new from around the web, and then today I happened to stumble upon another smashing Blytonain recipe on the Novelicious blog. Berta, for the sake of her safety and … Continue reading

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Making Blyton’s Food: Homemade Toffee from The O’Sullivan Twins of Enid Blyton’s St. Clare’s by Helen at Novelicious

I’ve found another smashing recipe on the Novelicious blog There is something very special about making a food from one of your childhood favourite books. When I made jammy buns from Malory Towers, I was incredibly excited as finally, something I’d read about … Continue reading

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Feasting on Romantic Comedy – Simply Wizard Jammy Buns from Malory Towers by Helen at Novelicious

I know we promised the next chapter of Poppy’s fic for you today, but I had a Mr Twiddle moment last night and forgot to organise that. I’m blaming an impromptu day off yesterday which left me a bit lost … Continue reading

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Getting children to read classic books – or not!

Originally posted on Wendy's World:
If you wanted to find me as a child, all you had to do was look in the nearest corner and I’d be more than likely sat in it with my nose buried in…

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Creative Kid Thursday – Wonder Reader Faith Jackson!

Had a link to this lovely little article sent to us by Faith’s mum, and we thought it so good we just had to share it. This Kid Reviews Books Today I want you to meet Faith Jackson. She reads … Continue reading

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