The Enid Blyton the Enchanted WoodHardback
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- Publisher: Dean & Son
- Format: Hardback | 160 pages
- Dimensions: 220mm x 280mm x 16mm | 821g
- Publication date: 3 October 2011
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0603566243
- ISBN 13: 9780603566240
- Illustrations note: b&w line illustrations
- Sales rank: 3,263
This is a stunning vintage edition of Enid Blyton's best-selling classic The Magic Faraway Tree now republished as the perfect gift book. Joe, Beth and Frannie return to the Enchanted Wood with their cousin Rick and set out on a whole raft of new adventures in the lands at the top of the Faraway Tree. And once again they are joined by their friends Moon-Face, Saucepan Man and Silky the Fairy. Enid Blyton's funny, magical adventure stories have become true classics, loved by millions and still selling thousands of copies every year.
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Enid Blyton is one of the best-loved children's authors with over 700 titles published. Aged 27, Enid married Hugh Pollock and moved to London. They had two children, and soon afterwards Enid wrote her first novel, The Adventures of the Wishing-Chair. Throughout the 40s and 50s, Enid wrote books at a colossal pace: adventure stories, mysteries, magical stories, farming stories, stories for younger children, and best-selling series like Malory Towers and Amelia Jane. She is the author of The Famous Five series, The Secret Seven series, The Wishing Chair series, Malory Towers, St Clare's, The Magic Faraway Tree series, Amelia Jane stories and many more! Enid died in 1963. Her stories remain timeless classics, adored throughout the world.
By Leeana 08 Jul 2012
While this is the new politically correct version, it still maintains a lot of the original language and it is wonderful to be able to read to Miss 4 and have her enjoy the stories as much as I did when I was younger.
The illustrations are beautiful and are just like the ones in the earlier version of the book I owned as a child.
I rated the book as a 4, simply because I do not agree with the book being changed to be more PC.