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Enid Blyton

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Enid Blyton is a very famous writer and widely known for her books for children. She is master of adventure stories.
He lives in a room in the top of the Faraway Tree in the Enchanted Wood. His room has a hole in the middle of the floor where you'll find the Slippery Slip which is a slide that goes through the trunck of the tree to the base where you come out of a trap door.
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In 2008 she won Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare.
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yes she died on November 28th 1968 its so sad
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enid blyton wrote books on adventure. some of her books are : 1.the famous five series ; it is a series of 21 books 2.the secret seven : it is a series of 15 books 3.the five find-outers 4.the Noddy series: it is a series of 24 books (reviewed on noddybooks.blogspot.com) and many other story b…
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theresa Mary hamilton was enid's mum
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over 800 books in her life timeShe is credited with writing over 10,900 short stories, plays, children books, and poems.
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Enid Blyton was born on August 11, 1897.
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Author Enid Blyton has won two awards. She won an award from the Boy Scouts of America. She also won a Costa Book Award after her death.
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Enid's works are still under copyright (currently held by Hodder with the exception of Noddy), so you cannot legally read her books online. Some books might be purchased as e-books.
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She went to Ipswich High School
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Boys' Club of America for The Island of Adventure
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Enid Blyton was born at 354 Lordship Lane East Dulwich, London, England on the eleventh of August 1897.
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enid blyton was born in a flat above a shop in east Dulwich.
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In 1968 UNESCO rated Blyton as the 3rd most read auther in the world and up toher death in 1968 she had sold over 111 million books
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Enid Blyton died on November 28, 1968 at the age of 71.
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Enid Blyton was 71 when she died
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800 are under copyright to the Blyton Society as of 2012
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Yes, her books are classed as fantasy - adventure
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Golders Green Crematorium
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shes dead
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In the category "children's authors", She is one of the most successful. She used to be called a "one-woman fiction machine". She has brought joy to the lives of millions of children.
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In the first case On 28 August 1924 Blyton married Major Hugh Alexander Pollock, DSO (1888-1971) and then to her second husband Darrell Waters married at the City of Westminster Register Office on 20 October 1943
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she won the better than j.k Rowling award and the better than roald dahl award.
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Enid Blyton died in a nursing home in 1968 after developing dementia in the mid 1960s. so her books came really famouse and people still read her books now
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enid blyton was 21 when sh began to write books for children so they could learn to read books
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Enid Blyton died in a nursing home in 1968 after developing dementia in the mid 60s.
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Enid Blyton died of dementia in 1968 she had 2 children named Imogen and Gillian. She married Hugh Pollock in 1924 she then divorced him in 1941 to then marry Kenneth Waters in the same year.
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some 800 in her life time
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She stated that she wrote due to because of her love of all children
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"Old Thatch" near Bourne End, Buckinghamshire
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Yes she had a dog and 2 cats.
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Yes she died.
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Major Hugh Alexander Pollockthen Darrell Waters
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no one knows because this is the worst answer question thing because we might get fake answers people made up
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Yes she did have children -- 2 daughters, Gillian Baverstock and Imogen Mary Smallwood.
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They were classed as Fantasy - Adventure
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She had 2 daughters
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Enid Blyton got married twice.
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There are a lot of books by Enid Blyton, such as The Famous Five series, The Secret Seven series, The Five Find-Outers series, and many more. Like the Noddy series, some of which are reviewed here noddybooks.blogspot.com
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Enid Blyton has written about 800 and over.
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Hampsted England but is buried in Golders Green Crematorium
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Enid Blyton was married twice. In 1924 she married Major Hugh Alexander Pollock, they were divorced in 1942. She married Kenneth Darrell Waters in 1943. Kenneth died in 1967, the year before Blyton died.
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in a small flat above a shop in East Dulwich
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some 800 in her lifetime
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Upto her death in 1968 she had sold 111 million books Therefore as of 2013 its assumed that the actual volume has greatly increased
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see picture above
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Enid Blyton was born on August 11, 1897 and died on November 28, 1968. Enid Blyton would have been 71 years old at the time of death or 117 years old today.
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It appears oiwas somewhat difficult. Her parents marridge broke up and she found this a diffficult period in her life wich some claim effected her into her adult life
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endi blyton married
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She had two daughters.
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Enid Blyton states in an interview in with the BBC that she started to write stories for her younger bothers . She states "I always wanted to write since my childhood".
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Her name was Enid Mary Blyton. When she divorced and remarried she took the name of her husband and used her middle name. Therefore Mary Pollock
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800 in her lifetime
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She had two husbandsOn 28 August 1924 Blyton married Major Hugh Alexander PollockandDarrell Waters married at the City of Westminster Register Office on 20 October 1943
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Noddy is a self-employed taxi driver
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Enid Blyton had two daughters.
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Enid Blyton started writing when she was just 12 years old. She stated in aBBC Radion interview shortly before her death that she woould write short stories for her brothers and then read to them.
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No, she used people suggeted by her publishers to illustrate.
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Technically, it was Noddy goes to the Seaside in 1968 when she died. However, there were many in transcript readiness after her death. Not including reprints, her last books were The Man Who Stopped to Help and The Boy Who Came Back, both published in August 1965.
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No records to her doing this are available so its assumed that no, she didnt direct any film
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She is said to have written over 600.
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She was right handed
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Enid Blyton was female. In her early life she states she made up stories and read these to her brothers. In later life having become a teacher she continued to create small stories and read these to her young students. It was this that made her consider write as she felt that the establishment of th…
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Enid Blyton was encouraged to write by her old best friend who's name is Louis Payne. She also enjoyed having chats with him to inspire her.
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Yes she has two younger brothers which makes her oldest of the children. But she does not have any sisters.
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I'm not sure. But i guess it's because the stuff she wrote were appealing to the little kiddosIn 1968 Enid Blyton stated in a BBC interview tat she started to write stories for her brothers at the age of about 12. It was always her intention to write stories from an early age
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I dont think it is but i would like to think so. It was a fine school but unfortunately i have never heard of it.
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Enid Blyton is credited with having written somewhere around 700 books. You can find a very exhaustive list on the Enid Blyton Society website.
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I do- I am an Enid Blyton fanatic. It was a series that started with the book entitled, "The Secret Island". It goes on to other books and they are all brilliant.
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It was her love of children
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because she wanted to make children read interesting stories.......
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between 1921 and 1967
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more than 700 books
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costa book awards in 2008
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For writting childrens stories
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Enid Blyton had two daughters; born in 1931 and 1935. Gillian, born in 1931 died in 2006. Imogen born in 1935 is 73 as of 24 October 2009, but in 3 days she'll be 74.
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St Christopher's School in Beckenham
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Outside school she and two of her friends, Mary Attenborough and Mirabel Davis
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They are ink blotters. The pens used were fountain pen types which left wet ink on the paper. The blotter is used to press on the written work to remove excess ink
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It appears that the concept was a toy witha small bell attached to his hat was seen. As the head was moved the bell tinkled. Noddy actually made his debut when the first two books were serialised in the Sunday Graphic
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it had a dog
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Timothy (Timmy for short)
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Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, England and then Hampstead England at the end of her life
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yes she probably did because she had two children of her own
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In a BBC interview just before her death Enid Blyton states that Georgina (George of the famous five) Kirrin was based on a real girl she knew at school and this was her favorite character
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The Enchanted Wood is a book about three children, Joe, Bessie, and Fanny, who move from the city to the country. Once they had moved into the house and had settled in, the children couldn't explore their surroundings because their house was a mess and they had to help their mum and dad in the gard…
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This appears to be an assignment (homework) question and its suggested that you read the book and compile the account
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No. She wrote fairy tales, mysterys', short stories and dramatic fiction.
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Blyton stated in BBC radio interview that when she wrote books she did so using a language and format children would understand and connect with. her books in the main were filled with prose that allows the reader to see in their minds eye the action set out.
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She died in a nursing home in Hampstead, England on 28 November 1968 (1968-11-28) (aged 71) in a nursing home there.
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because she was a very good writer so she was very famous for it
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They are classed as Child Adventure and fantasy
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To the establishment she was considered something of a villain because of the "new" way she wrote her books. She used language annd phrases NOt as adults would but as children the age of her readers would. This meant that young people engaged in the story . To her millions of readers she was of cour…
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Peter - the society's leader and the most mature of the group. Peter has grown up with very strong ideas about right and wrong. However, he can be bossy and is occasionally downright unreasonable, reducing Pam and Barbara to tears and on one occasion, even prompting Jack to leave the group. Jack, Ja…
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The are available through amazon uk
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