Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Enid Blyton's New Annual For Christmas & Giveaway


I know as a child, I loved to read. Getting lost in a book was magic. Me and Raiden love to share a story together and I love to relive the magic with him reading again some of my favourite classics. 

The modern times we live in are a blessing in so many ways, from the wonder of modern medicine to the miracle of instant communication. However, as a parent trying to decide what to buy your children, there can be a real dilemma. There is such a huge array of toys and video games to choose from that you can feel paralysed by abundance of choice. At the same time, many parents feel nostalgic for their own, simpler childhoods.

Enid Blyton is, for a lot of people, a staple of their own childhoods. We want to make sure that the legacy of Far Away Tree and the Famous Five carries on down generations. Their message of friendship, family and adventure is a timeless value that we all want our children to carry on.
The latest Enid Blyton annual is out now, the latest in a long line since 1957. To celebrate the continuing popularity of Enid Blyton’s stories, I have been offered a festive bundle of her classics to you to offer as a competition prize to one lucky reader of Trials and Tribulations





The prize comprises of the below books.                

  • The Famous Five: Five on a Treasure Island
  • Enid Blyton’s Magical Treasury
  • The Famous Five Annual 2016
  • Enid Blyton’s Christmas Stories
  • The Famous Five Colour Reads: Happy Christmas, Five!


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45 comments:

  1. the famous five or secret seven ones!

    Ashleigh

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  2. i was actually big on the secret seven books

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  3. The Magic Faraway Tree is my favourite!

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  4. I loved The Famous Five Go To Billycock Hill!

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  5. I loved reading Mallory Towers when I was younger

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  6. Any of the Secret Seven books
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  7. Love the Mallory Towers books :)

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  8. I really loved The Faraway Tree when I was younger and then the Famous Five of course. :)

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  9. the famous 5 books were good when I was a kid

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  10. The Adventures of the Wishing Chair

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  11. The Magic Faraway Tree without a doubt!

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  12. The Famous Five were my favourite books.

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  13. I loved the secret seven books

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  14. The Treasue Hunters, I read it when I was 9 and was hooked.

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  15. The Famous Five books sent my imagination soaring. Great reads!

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  16. When i was younger loved all of the famous five books x

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  17. The Magic Faraway Tree - perfect escapism.

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  18. I loved the Famous Five & Secret Seven books when I was younger

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  19. Really hard one as I have so many, but I'd probably go for Six Cousins At Mistletoe Farm

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  20. Amelia Jane books

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  21. I spent many nights reading Enid's books - I really liked the Mallory Towers books!

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  22. Wouldn't it be lovely. My two children would be over the moon

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  23. The Magic Faraway Tree

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  24. Between Naughty Amelia Jane & The Faraway Tree

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  25. the magic faraway tree

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  26. I love a book called Adventure Stories which has 2 stories in it - Mischief at St Rollo's and Children if Kidillin (I think). mine fell apart years ago and I've been on the lookout for a replacement since.

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