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Blyton’s food

Since 2013 there have been around a dozen posts on the blog about the Blyton like food you can make yourselves, with I think the favourite being macaroons (which are also now a firm favourite with my boyfriend’s family). I … Continue reading

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Putting Malory Towers in Order

I have quite enjoyed ranking books in order of favourites so far, so I thought I would do yet another series. I have already done The Famous Five , The Adventure Series  and The Secret Series. As there are only 6 … Continue reading

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Upper Fourth at Malory Towers: Audio Adaptation

The Upper Fourth at Malory Towers is the one that made the biggest impression on me when I was younger and the cassette that I had listened to, had filled me full of dread for failure. The crux of the … Continue reading

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The Twinniest Twins: Connie and Ruth Batten from Malory Towers

A few weeks ago I decided to bring you a look at two controversial characters from Blyton’s writing, The Harries, looking into their mysterious identical-ness and how they act around the Five. Today I’m going to look at a pair … Continue reading

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Recovering from illness in Blyton’s books, part 2

Part one covered the flu, and this blog will look at measles, coughs and colds. Not all of these illnesses lead to holidays and/or adventures, though the other illnesses still contribute to their stories’ plots. MEASLES The measles (or as … Continue reading

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Upper Fourth at Malory Towers

The fourth book in the Malory Towers series sees the girls gearing up to sit their School Certificate (as far as I can work out an equivalent of O Levels and GSCEs). Once more we are treated to a lot … Continue reading

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