Malory Towers…

By Alison April 7, 2005 6 Comments 1 Min Read


  1. Melissa says:

    I wish I could find these books at our library. I've tried for years to find them "free"….might just make a recommendation for them to be purchased for the library system. Thanks for the reminder!

  2. Ella says:

    I loved Malory Towers, especially as I went to boarding school. I'm going to see if I can get copies of these online somewhere, right now!

  3. ms*robyn says:

    oh Alison ! I just love all things Enid Blyton ~ especially the magic faraway tree and the wishing chair. Picking up vintage Enid Blyton books is a must for me on my trips to op shops or when treasure hunting. I always wanted to be Ann if the 5 series and wanted to play house when out camping and wish I could buy some fresh produce right from the farm…oh I cant sing her praises enough AND my children were drip fed Enid Blyton from the time they were big enough to sit still and listen !

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  5. serendipity says:

    I grew up reading Enid Blyton….and still to this day treasure her books….

  6. Melanie says:

    I love enid blyton, I had almost all of her books when I was a child. I used to search(with my parents) in all the charity shops, boot fares and church fares for the ones I couldnt buy in a normal bookshop. My favourite ones where the fairy omnibuses and the naughtiest girl ones, childhood heaven.

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