Three Line Tales: Memories are made of this

3 Line Tales

three line tales 5: world book day edition

Photo Credit: Glen Noble

As soon as Mum switched off the lights, Georgina clicked on the torch, huddled under her blanket and flipped open her book, eager to discover if the Famous Five and Timmy had managed to escape the island, so she could then solve the clues with Fatty and the gang, accompany the Adventurous Four and move on to playing Lacrosse at Malory Towers and share a midnight feast with the O’Sullivan Twins at St. Clare’s.

Last week she’d solved the Rilloby Fair Mystery with Snubby, visited Cherry Tree Farm, flown on the Wishing Chair with Chinky the pixie, got into trouble with Mr. Pink Whistle, giggled at Kiki the parrot and later stepped into the Enchanted Wood, climbed up the Magic Faraway Tree, dodged Dame Washalot’s dirty washing-water, peeked in at the Angry Pixie, and munched pop biscuits with Moon-Face, Saucepan Man and Silky the Fairy.

Days spent in quaint cottages, surrounded by buttercups and honeysuckle, Georgina’s bookshelves were filled with magical lands, mysteries, animals, crumpets, scones and peels of laughter, all thanks to her favourite author, Enid Blyton.


Here’s to my magical days of Enid Blyton, full of mystery and wizardry! I just wish I could have added in all the stories and characters that to this day, still remain a vivid memory!  Thank you Enid Blyton! 💕 🙂

✨ 📚 ✨  Enid Blyton  ✨ 📚 ✨

 

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20 Responses to Three Line Tales: Memories are made of this

  1. Wonderful tribute to a wonderful author

  2. Sonya says:

    Ah, Mallory Towers… I was obsessed with it when I was 11. Lovely tribute – thanks for participating this week 🙂

  3. Enid Blyton has been an inspiration to children for the best part of a century now. Her books are still entertaining children today, the sign of a great storyteller.

  4. mandibelle16 says:

    Sounds like a fun way for a girl to spend her time 🙂

  5. afairymind says:

    My favourites were always the Magic Faraway Tree. 🙂

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  7. jansenphoto says:

    This is so cool! I remember reading many of Enid Blyton’s book as a kid and getting absorbed in the mysteries that were solved by ordinary kids! A great 2 line tale!!

    • swritings says:

      Me too! I had an entire collection of her books and refused to part with them for quite a while! Thank you so much for reading! Glad you liked it! 😊

  8. artman413 says:

    The Wishing Chair! Mr. Pinkwhistle! Ahh, so many fond memories of summers spent in Ms. Blyton’s fantastical worlds.

    I should see if I can track some of the books down online.

  9. Lovely tribute to Enid Blyton, Swritings. Well done. 🙂 — Suzanne Joshi

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