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A comprehensive bibliography of the books of Enid Blyton

Tony Summerfield

A comprehensive bibliography of the books of Enid Blyton

1922 - 1970.

by Tony Summerfield

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Published by Tony Summerfield .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blyton, Enid, -- 1898?-1968.

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    Cover title:Enid Blyton a comprehensive bibliography.

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    Open LibraryOL22644170M

    Volla before they had to sneak back to school. She published an appeal in her magazine asking children to let her know if they heard such stories and, after one mother informed her that she had attended a parents' meeting at her daughter's school during which a young librarian had repeated the allegation, [79] Blyton decided in to begin legal proceedings. She did not have any interest in reading or art. Enids love for writing had surfaced from the beginning of her childhood. The third type is the fantastical. For one thing, it would bore me and for another, it would lack the 'verve' and the extraordinary touches and surprising ideas that flood out from my imagination.

    Her stories feature brave and intelligent young children, usually having adventures, solving mysteries, and sometimes involving magic. But critics started to worry that Enid's influence on children was not entirely beneficial. In many of her books were among the first to be published by Armada Books in paperback, making them more affordable to children. Review by Terry Gustafson I couldn't recall ever reading this booklet before but it needs to be reviewed because, as was pointed out by the Site-Administrator and the producer of that excellent booklet Enid Blyton A Comprehensive Bibliography, it exists.

    Wally, and they also encounter the bears which belong to Mr. Young readers responded warmly to Enid's tales of fairies and goblins, while older children enjoyed her weekly observations on nature. Each series is designed to be read by certain age groups with minimal adult help, and as such were designed to help children learn. Adult characters are usually either authority figures such as policemen, teachers, or parents, or adversaries to be conquered by the children.


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A comprehensive bibliography of the books of Enid Blyton by Tony Summerfield Download PDF Ebook

Galliano's Circus 'is' exciting and the three books must have been welcomed because they were reprinted many times despite the shortage of paper during the second Great War.

As a separate story for younger people it's well worth reading as any Blyton tale would be — it's just the 'Galliano' connection that calls desperately for it to live up to the Standard! The conscious intention to create a Disney -style sympathetic focus character — a European Mickey Mouse — was reportedly a major factor.

Nixon — provided illustrations for numerous stories by Enid Blyton. He was already well known in the Netherlands when he approached London publishers Sampson Low at the end of the s.

Twenty-three books in the series were produced between and ; 10, copies were sold in alone. Children are free to play and explore without adult interference, more clearly than in most authors before or since.

It was a coping mechanism that would often carry her through the harsh realities of life.

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You're bound to have a little excitement when mingling with that lot and sure enough Jemima, Lilliput's favourite, supplies a little of this by stealing a handkerchief and a penny from the unsuspecting Joan and Bobby then racing away.

Barbara Stoney's own observations about her subject also provide a helpful commentary to explain Enid Blyton's complex make-up. Review by Terry Gustafson I couldn't recall ever reading this booklet before but it needs to be reviewed because, as was pointed out by the Site-Administrator and the producer of that excellent booklet Enid Blyton A Comprehensive Bibliography, it exists.

Subject matter Blyton's books managed to tap into the dreams of pre-pubescent children. Celebrations to mark her centenary, inincluded a set of Royal Mail stamps featuring her characters, while her famous signature appeared on that year's London Christmas lights.

Chesterton in a special issue of Teachers' World. Her first Naughty Amelia Jane story, about an anti-heroine based on a doll owned by her daughter Gillian, [60] was published in the magazine.

Books by Enid Blyton

He encouraged her and loved her very much. Enid and her husband Hugh were very busy and spent a little time together. In March her first poems were published in Nash's Magazine. Two months later Blyton received a teaching certificate with distinctions A comprehensive bibliography of the books of Enid Blyton book zoology and principles of education, 1st class in botany, geography, practice and history of education, child hygiene and class teaching and 2nd class in literature and elementary mathematics.

He loved nature and had an extensive knowledge about flowers, birds and animals. Even some of the Galliano performers appeared as guests in other stories and the interrelating is very welcome because it makes the characters more universal and as mentioned in the review for Circus Days Again, Galliano's Show-Extraordinaire made its mark in a St.

In her last few years of life she suffered from Alzheimer's Disease.Aug 01,  · Enid Mary Blyton (11 August – 28 November ) was an English children's writer whose books have been among the world's best-sellers since the s, selling more than million copies.

Blyton's books are still enormously popular, and have been translated into 90 languages. Big Enid Blyton Book, The by Blyton, Enid and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at magicechomusic.com The children's books of Enid Blyton were illustrated by a large number of artists, ranging from figures known for other work to humbler commercial artists, who in some cases were anonymous.

Since the Blyton texts mainly used very simple language, the work of the illustrators was an important part of the appeal of many of the works.Oct pdf,  · Five On A Treasure Island: Book pdf (Famous Five) [Enid Blyton] on magicechomusic.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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