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ISBN:0416175821
Author: Enid Blyton
ISBN13: 978-0416175820
Title: A Book of Naughty Children (Rewards)
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Language: English
Publisher: Methuen young books (November 11, 1991)
Pages: 192

A Book of Naughty Children (Rewards) by Enid Blyton



Author : Enid Blyton. Publisher : Methuen young books.

Pandora999 said: I loved this as a child  . First published in 1944, Enid Blyton thought These are stories that deal with unacceptable young child behavior, say 6-8 years old. The behavior is cured after an encounter with brownies, elves, white witche. ll those items that are, or are not part, of people's lives today. The stories are about behaviors

Reprint Covers List of Contents. The Two Rough Children Story: Sunny Stories N. 5 Jun 17, 1938. Billy Bitten-Nails Story: Sunny Stories N. 1 Mar 11, 1938. Tom Noddy's Imp Story: Sunny Stories N. 4 Jun 25, 1937. I Shan't' Story: Sunny Stories N. 1 Jul 29, 1938. The Naughty Little Story-Teller Story: Sunny Stories N. 3 Apr 9, 1937. The Magic Biscuits Story: Sunny Stories N. 6 Jul 9, 1937. A Little Thing That Made a Big Thing Story: Safety Train.

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Enid Mary Blyton was a British children's writer known as both Enid Blyton and Mary Pollock, which was her real name. She was one of the most successful children's storytellers of the twentieth century. Once described as a "one-woman fiction machine", she is noted for numerous series of books based on recurring characters and designed for different age groups. Her books have enjoyed popular success in many parts of the world, and have sold over 400 million copies.

Books by Enid Blyton, Here Comes Noddy Again! (The Noddy Library), Noddy at the Seaside (The Noddy Library), Cheer Up, Little Noddy! (The Noddy Library), Mr Plod and Little Noddy (The Noddy Library), Three Great Malory Towers Stories, Hurrah for Little Noddy (The Noddy Library), Noddy and Tessie Bear (The Noddy Library), Noddy Goes to School (The Noddy Library). Enid Mary Blyton was a British children's writer known as both Enid Blyton and Mary Pollock.

Enid Blyton composed some 700 books between 1922, when she published her poetry collection Child Whispers, and her death in Hampstead on 28 November 1968, often rattling out 6,000 words a day at the typewriter. Children's writer Enid Blyton sitting in her garden in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, in 1949 ( George Konig/Getty ). Enid Blyton composed some 700 books between 1922, when she published her poetry collection Child Whispers, and her death in Hampstead on 28 November 1968, often rattling out 6,000 words a day at the typewriter

Part of the "Rewards" series covering a range of Enid Blyton's work from her stories for the very young, such as the adventures of "Brer Rabbit" and "Amelia Jane", to stories for older children including the "Malory Towers" books. This book follows the adventures of the Five Find-Outers.