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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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Jo Atherton, headteacher at Lord Blyton, which has secured 100% expected progress for the second year running, added: "We take a 'whole school' approach to ensure our pupils reach their full potential, starting from reception.
Anne McNeil, publishing director of Hodder Children's Books, which publishes Enid Blyton stories, says tips on everything from getting creative in the kitchen to taking great pictures of children's adventures, are available on the Enid Blyton Summer of Adventure campaign website www.
Anne McNeil, publishing director of Hodder Children's Books who publishes Enid Blyton stories, suggests kids try building a den in the garden or camping out for the night, telling stories and stargazing in the evening.
Blyton wrote the Magic Faraway Tree series between 1939 and 1951.
Mayor Sandy Saunders confirmed that the council had commissioned and paid for the plaque to be made and was completely supportive of it saying that Blyton was a tremendous character in the town.
I took along Steven to Blyton and he finished second in clkass behind me," said Tyson.
The BBC hurled every rotten tomato they could find at children's author Enid Blyton
Bonham Carter only came to Blyton when she had her first child Billy, now aged six, with her director partner Tim Burton.
Perhaps it was nostalgia, perhaps a tip of the hat to an innocent past, but all of a sudden, Enid Blyton has become respectable.
I've just started reading Enid Blyton to her which I used to love as a little girl.
1897: Children's author Enid Blyton, whose creations included Noddy, The Famous Five and The Secret Seven, was born on this day
FAVOURITE: Children's author Enid Blyton, pictured left with her family, was born on this day in 1897