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41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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LITTLE MR. WOFFLES
Tom grabbed Bessie by the hand and took her out of her seat.
In a trice Tom had wings on his back and so had the rabbit. Mr. Woffles was so pleased. He had never had wings before. He spread them and up in the air he went, as light as a feather. Tom followed him, crying out in delight as his wings beat through the air. It was a wonderful feeling.
The goblin in the flying swan had no idea that Tom and Mr. Woffles were flying after him. He didn't see them until Tom's head appeared over the edge of the swan. Then he gave a shout of rage and nearly fell out. Tom grabbed Bessie by the hand and took her out of her seat. He held her in his arms and flew away with her as fast as he could. Mr. Woffles held on to her feet in case she was too heavy. She was so surprised.
The goblin reached out after them, and overturned the swan! Then out all the goblins fell, Mr. Greeneyes, Mrs. Greeneyes, and all the fifteen
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