Quotes from The Enchanted Wood

Enid Blyton ·  213 pages

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“Well, come back and have tea with us," saidMoon-Face. "Silky's got some Pop Biscuits -andI've made some Google Buns. I don't often makethem-and I tell you they're a treat!”
― Enid Blyton, quote from The Enchanted Wood


“there was such a lot of whispering that it sounded like a thousand leaves rustling at once!”
― Enid Blyton, quote from The Enchanted Wood


“The three children had no chance to visit the”
― Enid Blyton, quote from The Enchanted Wood


“down to the foot of the tree to”
― Enid Blyton, quote from The Enchanted Wood


About the author

Enid Blyton
Born place: in East Dulwich, South London, The United Kingdom
Born date August 11, 1897
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