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  2. Enid Blyton bibliography - Wikipedia

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    Enid Blyton bibliography. This is a list of 762 books by Enid Blyton (1897–1968), an English children's writer who also wrote under the pseudonym of Mary Pollock. She was one of the most successful children's storytellers of the 20th century.

  3. Enid Blyton - Wikipedia

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    By 1955 Blyton had written her fourteenth Famous Five novel, Five Have Plenty of Fun, her fifteenth Mary Mouse book, Mary Mouse in Nursery Rhyme Land, her eighth book in the Adventure series, The River of Adventure, and her seventh Secret Seven novel, Secret Seven Win Through.

  4. The Adventure Series - Wikipedia

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    The Adventure Series (1944–1950) The Barney Mysteries (1949–1959) The Circus Series (1938–1942) The Famous Five (1942–1963) The Faraway Tree (1939–1951) Five Find-Outers (1943–1961) Malory Towers (1946–1951) Mary Mouse (1942–1964) The Mistletoe Farm (1948–1950) The Naughtiest Girl (1940–1952) Noddy (1949–1963) The Secret Series (1938–1953)

  5. The Famous Five (novel series) - Wikipedia

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    The Famous Five. (novel series) The Famous Five is a series of children's adventure novels and short stories written by English author Enid Blyton. The first book, Five on a Treasure Island, was published in 1942. The novels feature the adventures of a group of young children – Julian, Dick, Anne, Georgina (George) and her dog Timmy.

  6. The Faraway Tree - Wikipedia

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    The Adventure Series (1944–1950) The Barney Mysteries (1949–1959) The Circus Series (1938–1942) The Famous Five (1942–1963) The Faraway Tree (1939–1951) Five Find-Outers (1943–1961) Malory Towers (1946–1951) Mary Mouse (1942–1964) The Mistletoe Farm (1948–1950) The Naughtiest Girl (1940–1952) Noddy (1949–1963) The Secret Series (1938–1953)

  7. The Young Adventurers - Wikipedia

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    The Young Adventurers is a collection of books written by Enid Blyton, also known as The Riddle Series. [1] Contents 1 The series 2 Original works 3 Plot overview 4 Characters 4.1 Main characters 4.2 Minor characters 5 References The series [ edit]

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