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Volume LII. Issue 1646. Evans Brothers. December 12, 1934.
Hedgerow Tales A year's course in Nature Study (p 404 & 417)
8. Oak Tree Guests
The oak-tree that spread its branches over the hedgerow knew almost every bird of the...
(used in Hedgerow Tales (Ch 8) [Methuen, November 1935])
Old Thatch Children's Page (p 425)
Which Would You See?
It happened once that Mr. Blinks the Spectacle-maker, was talking to Mr. Thimble, his...
A Name to Find
(4 lines)
The twelfth of the alphabet, then the third,
Will give you a name that you've often heard.
(used in Enid Blyton's Book of the Year [Evans Brothers, April 1941] p 285)
To Frighten a Burglar
(4 lines)
If I wanted to frighten a burglar grim,
I'd shout three alphabet letters at him,
Enid Blyton's Letter
Dear Girls and Boys, If you are getting as excited as Gillian is your mothers must find you...
A Letter from Bobs
Dear Children, Christmas is coming. I do feel so gay. I bark and I waggle my tail all the day...
(used in More Letters From Bobs (Letter no. 49) [Privately Printed, February 1937])
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