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by Jill Newton,Enid Blyton

Free eBook The Faraway Tree Stories : Three Books in One download ISBN: 1405201711
Author: Jill Newton,Enid Blyton
Publisher: Egmont Childrens Books (June 30, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 560
Category: Imaginative Literature
Size MP3: 1502 mb
Size FLAC: 1926 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: doc lit lrf mbr


The three Faraway Tree books were part of this affair, and deeply cherished in my family, as they led to many hours of. .Enid Blyton was a prolific children's writer and I read her books voraciously as a young girl in the 70's

The three Faraway Tree books were part of this affair, and deeply cherished in my family, as they led to many hours of imaginative play. So when I received the first two books in this beloved series, I was shocked and dismayed to find that since my childhood, they have been watered-down and sanitized for today's jaded readers. Enid Blyton was a prolific children's writer and I read her books voraciously as a young girl in the 70's. Although simplistic now, they were the forerunners to the Magic Treehouse series and many other books that featured enchanted worlds.

This series was my favourite as a child. I love Enid blyton books and even today when I re-read all of her stories, it takes me back to my childhood days <3 which is the only reason re-read them at time

This series was my favourite as a child. It's magical, imaginative, exciting and scary. I love Enid blyton books and even today when I re-read all of her stories, it takes me back to my childhood days <3 which is the only reason re-read them at time. This book in particular was what I borrowed from my school library on purpose so that I could read it at night and when I did, it was as if I was taken back in time back to my sweet carefree childhood days. Loved the stories! Especially moon face and the three kids.

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Enid Blyton The Magic Faraway Tree Collection 4 Books Box Set Pack (Up The Faraway Tree, The Magic Faraway .

Enid Blyton The Magic Faraway Tree Collection 4 Books Box Set Pack (Up The Faraway Tree, The Magic Faraway Tree, The Folk of the Faraway Tree, The Enchanted Wood). This the second book in the series of "The Enchanted Wood" and is just as fun as the first one. My niece and I love reading it together, making different voices for Moon-Face and all the dwellers of The Magic Faraway Tree.

The third book in the magical Faraway Tree series by one of the world's most popular children's authors, Enid Blyton. The mischievious Connie comes to enjoy a few days with Joe, Beth and Frannie while her mother is sick. Connie refuses to believe in the Faraway Tree or the magical folk who live in it, even when the Angry Pixie throws ink at her! Join the children and their friends Moonface, Saucepan Man and Silky the fairy as they discover which new land is at the top of the Faraway Tree

For people who have never read a Faraway Tree book the Saucepan Man might be a person selling saucepans and .

For people who have never read a Faraway Tree book the Saucepan Man might be a person selling saucepans and you'd be right but he doesn't own a cart or a shop. He wears his pots and pans and kettles all round his body. The adventures continue in their imaginative way and in one chapter there is an encounter with a spider which is a good excuse for Saucepan to display his talent yet again: Two smacks for a spider Two slaps on his nose Two whacks on his ankles Hi-tiddley-toze! Maybe his poetry is a little esoteric for us to grasp and, in reality, is due for greater recognition by the Masters who understand the intricacies of such verse.

This title contains three magical books in one! Come on an amazing adventure to the Enchanted Wood where you can climb the Faraway Tree and meet Moon-Face .

This title contains three magical books in one! Come on an amazing adventure to the Enchanted Wood where you can climb the Faraway Tree and meet Moon-Face, Saucepan Man and Silky the fairy. There's always a new land at the top of the Faraway Tree. Will it be the Land of Spells, the Land of Treats, or the Land of Do-As-You-Please? There'll be adventures waiting, whatever happens!This work features funny, magical adventures that will delight children again and again. Enid Blyton Mystery Collection 3 Books in 1 Volume 2.

The Faraway Tree is a series of popular novels for children by British author Enid Blyton. The titles in the series are The Enchanted Wood (1939), The Magic Faraway Tree (1943), The Folk of the Faraway Tree (1946) and Up the Faraway Tree (1951). The stories take place in an enchanted forest in which a gigantic magical tree grows – the eponymous "Faraway Tree". The tree is so tall that its topmost branches reach into the clouds and it is wide enough to contain small houses carved into its trunk

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The Faraway Tree Stories Omnibus 3-in-1 edition (The Enchanted Wood; The Magic Faraway Tree; The Folk of the Faraway Tree)
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Uttegirazu
My mother had a love affair with books. It was deep and strong and beautiful and she passed it along to all seven of her children. The three Faraway Tree books were part of this affair, and deeply cherished in my family, as they led to many hours of imaginative play. So when I received the first two books in this beloved series, I was shocked and dismayed to find that since my childhood, they have been watered-down and sanitized for today's jaded readers. While I understand that Fanny and Di.ck are less palatable than their modern, politically correct counterparts, I do wonder, what on earth was wrong with Jo, and Bess? And sausage rolls? Pop Biscuits? I must say, Pop Cakes just don't have the same ring to them. These things mark cultural differences that today's children (and adult readers!) could do with a bit more of, cocooned as they often are by lives filled with technology and self rather than travel and understanding. I was grossly disappointed. If you read these books as a child, find an early edition. Anything else will be a waste of money. If anyone knows where to find said early edition, I would love to know!
Beydar
I stopped reading and applied for a refund as soon as I recognised that this is the new politically correct edition. Nsmes hve been changed for one, as apparently readers would find offense or be warped by characters named 'Jo' or 'Fanny'.

Do NOT purchase this new edition on principle. Do yourself or your kids a favour, and buy the ORIGINAL, untouched edition.
Jek
I can remember reading the many stories that were about The Magic Far Away Tree. What a vivid imagination these books gave you. When I was very young I used to be in bed at night and think up places to visit that would come to the Magic Tree. The Magic Far Away Tree is a special tree in the woods and inside it were all sort of funny characters who make their home inside the tree. It was a huge tree that reached into the sky but the strangest thing about it was if you climbed all the way to the top it was in the clouds and inside the cloud was a different magical land. Oh, what fun and adventures the children who climbed the tree had. I credit the whole series of Magic Far Away Tree adventure with making me an avid reader which I still am today. I absolutely devoured these stories when I was about 7 years old. I bought this copy for my grandchildren to enjoy -- not exactly Harry Potter but a little more charming I think.
Reddefender
Well I originally thought this was a composite of the other two Faraway Tree books but I was pleasantly surprised to find it not so. I am a big fan of these books and their adventures at the top of the Faraway Tree and the unlikely adventures of the kids with the Fairy Folk. In an era of violence and too much knowledge for young kids, I love reading these books to my 7yo daughter and she inevitably wants to return to them. This is the first in a series of three but it doesn't matter if you've already read the others.
I had the other two sixty years ago when I was a boy and now I can enjoy them again through the enjoyment of my daughter.
Dorilune
Enid Blyton was a prolific children's writer and I read her books voraciously as a young girl in the 70's. Although simplistic now, they were the forerunners to the Magic Treehouse series and many other books that featured enchanted worlds.
Nalme
I am thrilled that this is the original text, meaning the children Jo, Bessie & Fanny are having their adventures in The Enchanted Wood. My favorite series of books from childhood, now a present for my little niece. Call me old fashioned, but I prefer my Blyton as intended. Moonface, Silky and Saucepan still delight and amuse no matter your generation.
Whitebeard
This was a gift to my granddaughter. I haven't read it, but the reviews for it inspired me to order it for her. When I was young, I loved anything Enid Blyton. I think that imagination is a wonderful tool and should be developed through books as I really cannot see how films allow this to happen.
After years of searching for the version that matches the other two in the series that I have (Folk of the Faraway Tree and The Magic Faraway Tree), I finally broke down and bought this one. It's a very nice, quality hardback book with nice illustrations. The Illustrations are not as lovely as the older versions of the other two books of the series that I have and they changed the girl's names from Bess and Fanny to Beth and Frannie (to modernize them I guess), but I found that kind of annoying. However, overall, it's a very nice book and I recommend the series to everyone. I love Enid Blyton books (The Wishing Chair series being another favorite) and I have this one many many times to my two boys.