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July 20, 2010


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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!


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!


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


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.


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


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.


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


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


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


Mirka Moore (All Baby Advice)

Lovely ;) Have to check that book out!


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!


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!


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


LOL Rosie - brilliant!! and snap!

Sian - MummyTips

Show off.

Rosie Scribble


Rosie Scribble

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


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


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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