Enid Blyton Book Bundle
by Enid Blyton
Enid Blyton (born August 11, 1897, East Dulwich, London, England—died November 28, 1968, Hampstead, London), was a prolific and highly popular British author of stories, poems, plays, and educational books for children.
Most of Blyton’s fiction consists of mystery or adventure stories, though schools and circuses form the settings of others. Her Famous Five, Secret Seven, and Mystery series of books were widely read, and in the 1950s her Little Noddy series, featuring the adventures of Little Noddy, Mr. Plod the policeman, Big Ears, and other characters of Toyland Village, enjoyed enormous popularity and made her a household name. Blyton’s books feature clearly delineated good and bad characters and have exciting plots that illustrate traditional moral lessons. Her vocabulary and prose style are simple and highly accessible to beginning readers.
By the early 21st century her books had sold some 400 million copies and been translated into at least 90 languages.
Product Dimensions: 130 x 200 mm
Published by Bounty Books