The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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THE MOUSE THAT LOST HIS WHISKERS
" Take off your handkerchief and let me put them on for you," said the witch. " It won't hurt a bit."
Joyfully Woffles unwound his handkerchief and turned his little brown face to the witch. She stared at him. Then she stared even harder. Then she began to laugh. Woffles couldn't understand it. What was the joke?
" Oh Woffles! " said the witch. " You don't want any whiskers after all! Go and look at yourself in the glass."
He ran to the glass on the wall and peered inóand to his great astonishment he saw that he had a very fine set of whiskers indeedójust like his old ones! He stared and staredówhere had they come from?
Then she took a peacock's feather.
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