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By Blyton, Enid
Book. English.
Published BBC, 1994
Noddy is delighted when Tubby Bear gives him a coil of rope to put in his car. It soon comes in handy to tie fat Mr Jumbo safely in and to drag crates...

By Blyton, Enid
Book. English.
Published Pan, 1988
Rev. ed
All aboard for a quiet cruise among the Greek Islands! But when Philip's pet monkey breaks a birthday present, Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack are plunged...

By Blyton, Enid
Book. English.
Published Award, 1987

By Blyton, Enid
Book. English.
Published BBC, 1996
Noddy has been working so hard that he's earned a lot of money. He can't wait to spend it on all his lovely friends. But Sly and Gobbo, the two bad goblins...

Book. English.
Published London: HarperCollins Children's, 2006
Based on the classic Enid Blyton stories these fabulous hardback gift books incorporate up to date CGI artwork and the storytelling skills of a master...

By Blyton, Enid
Book. English.
Published Collins, 1997
A bumper collection of tales featuring Noddy and friends from original stories written by Enid Blyton and newly illustrated for this edition. Keep an...

By Blyton, Enid
CD. English.
Published London: Hodder Children's Audiobooks, 2006
The Secret Seven are siblings Peter and Janet, and Jack, Barbara, Pam, Colin and George. Together they are The Secret Seven - ready to solve any mystery...

By Blyton, Enid
Paperback. English.
Published London: Egmont, 2008
Join the skittle-policeman on his adventures as he travels to Toytown. Find out what happens when Kick-up the donkey runs away from Twiddle the gnome....

Paperback. English.
Published London: Hodder, 2008
There are two stories/TV episodes in each book so they are 'flipper' books, with a front cover for each story. THE CASE OF THE PLOT TO PULL THE PLUG An evil mastermind plans a nationwide prison escape. THE CASE OF THE THIEF WHO DRINKS FROM THE TOILET Local pets have become part of a crimina

By Blyton, Enid
Book. English.
Published London: Egmont, 2005
School life has never been so splendid. 'I think we ought to have a midnight feast every term, you know! School doesn't seem really complete without that...
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