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Blyton

Enid (Mary). 1897--1968, British writer of children's books; creator of Noddy and the Famous Fiveseries of adventure stories
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The Good Morning Britain presenter hit out at the comments, saying they were "ridiculous" and that Blyton's work needed to be viewed as a part of its time.
The idea of a 50p coin, to mark the 50th anniversary of Blyton's 1968 death, was discussed by the Royal Mint Advisory Committee.
Loughborough College students, who were track side at Blyton Park to support their lecturers and see the car in action, will return to the Ginetta race cars-owned venue next month as pit crew for the drivers.
While a daunting task to tackle, award-winning children's author Pamela Butchart really does Blyton justice, with all the adventure, mystery and charm of the original books lovingly recreated.
Originally trained as a teacher, Blyton at first began writing poems and then books which went on to achieve huge success, including both her Secret Seven and Famous Five series and, most prominently, the Noddy and Big-Ears titles.
Named Elfin Cottage by Blyton, it was a newbuild which she admired for its "handsome greyishyellow bricks, bluepainted front door and shuttered windows".
Once again, it was a heartwarming sight for me to come across an article on Enid Blyton in the morning.
Purbeck's not really an isle, more a peninsula, surrounded by water on three sides, with the islanddotted Poole Harbour to the north, the seaside town of Swanage (where Blyton used to stay in the The Grand Hotel in the 1950s) to the east, and the secluded coves and bays of Dorset's Jurassic Coast to the south.
Moonfleet Born in London on August 11, 1897 (she would be 120 this year), Blyton's main home from the late 1930s was Green Hedges (named by her readers in a competition) in Beaconsfield, a London commuter town bordering the Chiltern Hills.
1897 Enid Blyton, children's author, was born in East Dulwich.
The Enid Blyton Estate, for example, are urging children to get outside and be more adventurous as part of their Summer of Adventure campaign.
This hardback is a beautifully illustrated version of Enid Blyton's classic children's story book.