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Blyton Enid Mary
(18971968)

Blyton Enid Mary  (18971968)

Enid Blyton began writing children's stories while working as a governess. Known to many children through her Children's Page in Teacher's World in the 1930s, she went on to produce the 'Famous Five' (from 1942) and 'Secret Seven' novels, school stories, including Malory Towers (from 1946) and, from the 1950s the 'Noddy' books. She published over 400 titles and wrote between six and ten thousand words per day, working on a portable typewriter on her knee.


France, 2008, Noddy

Great Britain, 1997, Noddy

Great Britain, 1997, Famous Five

Great Britain, 1997, Secret Seven

Great Britain, 1997, Faraway Tree

Great Britain, 1997, Malory Towers

Great Britain, 2008, Noddy

Great Britain, 2009, Big Ears

Jersey, 1970, A Tribut to Enid Blyton

Jersey, 1990, Battle of Flowers Parade

France, 2008.05.28, Paris. Noddy

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Beakonsfield. Cake

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Beakonsfield. Open Book

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Beakonsfield. Toys

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Birmingham. Noddy

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Blyton. Autograph

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Blyton. Girl

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Blyton. Girl

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Blyton. Girl with book

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Bromley. Noddy

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Corfe Castle. Enid Blyton

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, East Dulwich. Books

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Edinburgh. Ginger Beer

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, London, W1. Noddy

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, London. Noddy

Great Britain, 1997.09.09, Surrey. Enid Blyton

France, 2008, Stamp with Noddy

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