Monday, 16 May 2011

Aren't we lucky to have an island and a castle of our own!

They gazed through a big broken-down archway, to old steps beyond. The castle had once had two fine towers, but now one was almost gone. The other rose high in the air, half-ruined.

Five run away together p.89
Enid Blyton
This book is now sold, thank you for your interest

7 comments:

  1. Hello Barbara,

    Oh, how I loved those books when I was a child! I had some secondhand copies with those illustrations, too. Say what you like about Blyton, she got us all reading by ourselves from a very young age.

    Found you through the BookBlogs "find friends and followers" link - and now following for more.

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  2. How awesome. I am just the biggest fan of Mary Louise Wilkins illustrations and buy anything I find by her. Brings back memories of childhood. Thanks.

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  3. Hi Barbara,

    I LOVE the famous five. I used to settle into my bean bag (it was the 70s) and not get up until I had read the whole book.

    I was happy read that booksellers get to spend the day in pyjamas, too! :)

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  4. Hi Jodie
    I used to lay on the rug in front of the fire (in the 50s) - don't think we had bean bags then?
    I really enjoyed reading about your pj days I thought I was the only one!

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  5. Hi Jodie
    I used to lay on the rug in front of the fire (in the 50s) - don't think we had bean bags then?
    I really enjoyed reading about your pj days I thought I was the only one!

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  6. barbaraannefisher23 May 2011 at 14:55

    Hi Donna
    Thanks for the comment.
    Best wishes, Barbara

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  7. barbaraannefisher24 May 2011 at 21:21

    Hello Deborah
    Thanks for the comment and for following. I will be featuring more Enid Blyton books in future posts so hope you enjoy them.
    Thanks again, Barbara.

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I really appreciate your comment. Thank you!
Barbara xx

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