The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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LITTLE MR. WOFFLES
He darted to the bed and caught hold of a leg.
sort. At last he looked down at his feet. There he saw what might be a little trap-door. He pulled at it and it opened up. Below he saw a flight of steps going down into the earth.
" Well! " said Tom, more and more astonished. " Of all the strange things! I'll go down."
So down he went into the darkness. He had to feel his way along, for it really was pitch dark. Then he suddenly remembered that he had his little torch in his pocket, so he took it out and switched it on. Good! Now he could see where he was going!
The steps went down for a long way. Then at last he came to level ground. The passage was narrow and winding. Soon it opened out and then came to a stop before two doors. Each door had a brass plate on it and by the light of his torch Tom read the names.
One brass plate shone very brightly, and the name on it said " Mr. WOFFLES." The other plate was not quite so shiny, and said " Mr. GREENEYES GOBLIN."
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