The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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What will happen if we cat these sweets ? " asked Betty.
" Shall we go back into the shop and ask the man there to tell us what will happen if we eat these sweets? " said Robin. Betty nodded—so back they went.
" What will happen if we eat these sweets? " asked Betty, putting her head in at the door.
" Try, and sec! " answered the shopman, without looking up from his queer newspaper. " Shut the door, please."
The children didn't like to ask him any more so they went outside again. They walked up the little crooked street, talking hard about their strange sweets. They didn't look where they were going, and they were surprised when they came to a big white gate that was placed right across the road so that they could go no further.
" This is stranger and stranger," said Robin puzzled. " I've never seen that village before, and now here is a gate across the road that Fvc never seen before either."
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