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July 20, 2010

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Dawn

oooh I love those books, which land will be in the clouds today?

Cathy @ NurtureStore

Love it! My girls are always trying to find the Tree - they've not been so lucky yet.

Liz (LivingwithKids)

Love it!

Chris

Oh! Clap, clap, clap! Well done! Brilliant!

Julie - Kailexness

I loved that book when I was small, I shall have to find a copy for my daughter and I to read together, thanks for the reminder and excellent idea making the gallery into a road trip, I shall have to try that!

notsupermum

I have very happy memories of reading that book to my daughters when they were smaller. Happy days.

nappyvalleygirl

Very good. I was a big Enid Blyton fan as a child....I often wonder if her books will be too dated for the Littleboys, but I'll have to give them a go.

Harriet

Oh! I'd forgotten about these! And the wishing chair too! So much fun to be had!

Michelle

Very clever done! What beautiful photos!

miss leslieanne

Brilliant :)
LOVED those books when I was little - so wanted a go on the slipper slip!
I bought a compendium of all the stories when I was pregnant - one day I hope Dylan will love them as much as I do.

kathleen

I loved the Blyton and The Faraway Tree. Brilliant choice of book!

kathleen

I loved the Blyton and The Faraway Tree. Brilliant choice of book!

Kate

I've never heard of these books but they sound like something my daughter would love! Brilliant post!!

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Mirka Moore (All Baby Advice)

Lovely ;) Have to check that book out!

jfb57

Very clever Rosie! You'll have to tell me how you write on a photo!

Him Up North

I always wanted to live in a tree when I was a kid. Must be the lower primate in me. Nice pics :-)

Heather Davis

Absolutely! Fairies are the font of all knowledge x

JulieB @ The Sardine Tin

Oooh, I too love the Magic Faraway Tree as a child - I will always remember the story about the ice-cream that the children could have in any flavour they wanted, and the smart-arse child asking for something fishy (am tempted to say sardine, but it could have been tuna or anchovy - why did the kids in Enid Blyton stories always seem to be eating anchovy paste?).
Great idea!

bubbleboo

But...but...it can't be...Because Chipmunk and I found it last month! ;D I love the search and the pics - and the book choice, obviously!

Jenni

How wonderful! I loved those books when I was younger.

Paula

LOL Rosie - brilliant!! and snap!
Px

Sian - MummyTips

Show off.

Rosie Scribble

*snort*

Rosie Scribble

Julia, take a look at picnik.com. I think you'll like it.

urbanvox

Did you see the fairies??????? :)

Rosie Scribble

Oh yes, they definitely exist.

Jo Beaufoix

Awwwwww, we did trees too and mentioned that very book. Gorgeous pics lovely. And yay, we broke up. :D

Jackie

I used to look for the tree all the time when I was younger too. Never did find it though :(

Mummy V

What a great find, I have been searching for it my whole life! Hope you're all enjoying your adventures up the faraway tree x

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