Mystery, Magic And Midnight Feasts


Handmade postcards sent by Laura (the UK), after visiting this exhibition about Enid Blyton. Do you remember The Famous Five, Malory Towers, Noddy...?

10 comments:

  1. Talk about memory lane. I grew up on the Famous Five, the Secret Seven, and the R Mysteries. We're there any Spanish versions of Enid Blyton's books?

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    1. Yes, there were. I think children are still reading some of them nowadays. I only had some short stories at home, but I read all the Famous Five, Secret Seven and Towers of Malory from the library. In fact, I remember I read them again and again!

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    1. I've never read Noddy's books as a child (I've read them as an adult aunt!).

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  3. Very neat! I loved Enid Blyton's books when I was a kid. Paula Drew was great, too...

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    1. I don't remember Paula Drew's stories. I'm not sure if I read them...

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    2. Haha, maybe not, because I used the Finnish version of her name... x) She's Nancy Drew in the original books.

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    3. I knew that. But still I think I never read those stories as a child. Maybe they weren't so popular in my country. Or maybe just there weren't in the library I used to go to, I don't know.

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  4. I was brought up on Enid Blyton. She was probably a major contributor to my love of fiction.

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    1. The same for me. Especially the Famous Five were my heroes at certain stage.

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