Enid Blyton’s Springtime Stories

What does spring mean to you? Breezy walks? Easter eggs? Baby lambs? Celebrate them all! Thirty short stories full of the buzz and delight of spring: a joy of a book from one of the world’s best-loved writers. A little lamb in trouble. Easter eggs with a magical secret. Fairies hiding under toadstools. Fluffy chicks galore. Fresh and zesty tales with the bounce and energy of a newborn lamb!

  • Thirty delightful springtime stories for Blyton fans
  • Perfect for reading aloud at storytime or bedtime
  • Bursting with sunshine, laughter, magic and charm
  • The perfect choice for newly confident readers

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    Enid Blyton was posthumously awarded the first Enid Blyton Award for Lifetime Contribution to Children.

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