The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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THE PIG THAT WENT TO MARKET
The goose and the goat hurried after Mister Snooks.
Snooks went home in the bus and let himself in at the front door. He had left the back door open as usual, but he had forgotten that. He went into the kitchen to set the kettle on the stove—and dear me, bless us all, there, sitting on the hearth-rug as usual, was Snorter, the fat little pig! He had found his way home quite well, taking many a short cut on the way, and, finding the back door open, had gone in to sit by the fire.
" Oh, so you're back again, are you! " said Snooks, pleased. " That's good. I thought I'd lost you. Now get out of the kitchen, Snorter. Shoo! Shoo! "
Out went Snorter, grunting " Ooooomph! Ooooomph! Ooooomph!"
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