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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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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.
Head of the Enid Blyton Estate, Marlene Johnson, was cited as saying: "Enid Blyton was a passionate advocate of children's storytelling, and The Magic Faraway Tree is a fantastic example of her creative imagination.
Enid Blyton was declared a bad author, so was RL Stine, so were dozens of others.
He has now decided to sell his collection because Enid Blyton is recognised as one of the greatest ever children's authors and is particularly popular in the United States and Japan.
Tony Summerfield of the Enid Blyton Society said: " The new book is a wonderful way to recognise Noddy's 60th birthday, but the removal of the Golliwogs was unnecessary.
I HAVE wondered for years how writer Enid Blyton managed to display so much empathy with the youngsters for whom she wrote.
But unlike the imperfect Pinocchio, Noddy -- based on the popular children's book series by Enid Blyton and the star of his own PBS Kids show -- doesn't grow a shnoz every time he lies, or aspire to become a real boy.
A SURVEY last week revealed that Enid Blyton was top of the charts with adult readers.
NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- BBC Worldwide and The Enid Blyton Company announced today that the Noddy children's television series has been added to the PBS daily children's schedule.
Once you've read all 21, you'll want to start The Secret Seven books, also by Enid Blyton.
The Summer of Adventure campaign comes after research by the Enid Blyton Foundation revealed six in 10 children spend less than 1.