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by leighsady - written on 18/07/09 (Very useful, 226 readings)
The Fairies Shoemaker & Other Stories by Enid Blyton. What is it? A book collection of children s stories written by Enid Blyton. Special Features? Contains 14 short fantasy fairytale stories, many with an educational moral to them. I think this is a delightful book and actually bought this for myself when I was a kid, yes! I used to love reading at school and I came across a lot of Enid Blyton books (though I did not take any notice of the author at the time!). It was only when I was talking about our favourite books as kids, my friend ( who was even more of a bookworm, she actually introduced me to a lot of famous literary works when we were kids which I ...
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by wendybull - written on 26/07/08 (Very useful, 35 readings)
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by belfin - written on 23/02/07 (Very useful, 265 readings)
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