ISBN 9781405270021,Enchanted Wood : The Faraway Tree

Enchanted Wood : The Faraway Tree

Author:

Enid Blyton

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Egmont

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ISBN 9781405270021
Publisher

Egmont

Publication Year 2013
ISBN-13

ISBN 9781405270021

ISBN-10 1405270020
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 256 Pages
Language (English)
The Enchanted Wood, authored by arguably the most famous children books writer of all times Enid Blyton and illustrated by the talented graphic designer Jan McCafferty, is the first book in the Faraway Tree series for children. Summary of the Book Beth, Joe and Frannie have moved to a new home and they see an Enchanted Wood in their doorway. They eventually explore the Faraway Tree. They are in for a delightful adventure and make new friends like Saucepan Man, Silky - the fairy and Moonface. Get yourself enchanted and engrossed in their adventure. This book is the first magical story in the Faraway Tree series. Now, would their adventure lead them to the Land of Spells, of Do-As-You-Please and of Treats? Find out the rest in this captivating illustrated novel. About the Authors Enid Blyton was born in England. She has been regarded as one the most renowned all time children's books writers in the world. She has been the recipient of awards like Boy's Club of America (for The Island of Adventure). Enid was also a poet and teacher. Her adventure, mystery and fantasy books for children have been the best-sellers and have sold millions of copies across the globe and have been translated into several languages in various continents. Some of the books penned by Enid Blyton are Child Whispers, The famous Five, Noddy, Secret Seven, The Enchanted Wood and Adventures of the Wishing Chair. Jan McCafferty completed her graduation, B. A. Honours in Graphic Design and her M. A. programme in Illustration at the Central England University. Her most recent project was Pirate Small in Big Trouble, for Oxford Children's Books

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