The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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The heart of the trunk was empty and rotten—completely hollow.
" Oh well—we'll have tea and go afterwards," said Benny, who simply couldn't give up the idea of getting down into the hollow tree as soon as possible.
So after tea off they went. Benny had the rope tied round his waist. Scamp tore along in front, looking out for rabbits again.
" Here's the tree—golly, it really is enormous! " said Benny, and he undid the rope round his waist. " Come on, Sally. Up the tree we go."
Arid up they went. They came to a good strong branch and Benny tied the rope firmly to it. Then he dropped the end down the middle of the tree. It fell into the dark hollow below.
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