The Enchanted Wood
The Enchanted Wood is the first magical story in the Faraway Tree series by the world's best-loved children's author, Enid Blyton. When Joe, Beth and Frannie move to a new home, an Enchanted Wood is on their doorstep. And when they discover the Faraway Tree, that is the beginning of many magical adventures! Join them and their friends Moonface, Saucepan Man and Silky the fairy as they discover which new land is at the top of the Faraway Tree. Will it be the Land of Spells, the Land of Treats, or the Land of Do-As-You-Please? Come on an amazing adventure - there'll be adventures waiting whatever happens. Enid Blyton's funny, magical adventure stories have become true classics, loved by millions and still selling thousands of copies every year. She is arguably the most famous children's author of all time, thanks to series such as The Wishing-Chair, The Faraway Tree-, The Mysteries, The Famous Five and The Secret Seven.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 130 x 196 x 22mm | 240.4g
- 03 May 2007
- Egmont UK Ltd
- Egmont Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Enid Blyton
Enid Blyton Enid Blyton died in 1968 but remains one of the best-known and best-loved children's authors. The characters in her stories have been enjoyed for generations and she is consistently voted number one in children's favourite author polls. She has over 600 children's books to her credit, including series such as Malory Towers, St Clare's, The Faraway Tree, The Wishing-Chair and Famous Five.
Our customer reviews
My 7 year old is just starting to read bigger books now and this book has completely captivated her, she is flying through it. You just can't beat good old Enid Blyton books!show moreby Christine
I read this book as an adult many years ago and I loved every word, it it a shame that Kathleen can't remember the simpler times in life. Every adult should read this book if only to remember what it is like to be a child and the fantasy of fairies and imaginative friends.show moreby Susan
I was so disappointed with this book that even the thought of having to read the other two actually pains me. The writing is completely bland and unimaginative and I felt that whenever the author didn't know what to write she just re- wrote stuff she had previously done in the story. I never read this tale as a child so it has zero sentimentality to me and I am not a 7 year old learning to read and I trully believe these are the only two reasons anyone could possibly love this series of books.show moreby kathleen Galvin
A great book which explores childrens imaginations. One of my favourites from my childhood.show moreby Jen