The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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" Oh, dear I I can't stop sneezing. A-tishoo ! "
appear. She was still in bed. The rain went on pouring down, and soon people began to say that there would be floods in Toytown. Such a thing had never happened before!
The river overflowed and joined the pond on which the duck swam. Then what a great stretch of water there was for the duck to swim on! The water spread right up to the farmhouse, and the farmer's wife rushed upstairs in fright, for it poured in at her kitchen door!
" We shall have to live in the bedrooms!" she cried. " Oh dear, oh dear! What a dreadful thing! All my kitchen chairs are floating about! "
The duck knew that it was Saturday, and he thought he would swim up to the farmhouse and look in at the bedroom windows until he found the room where his friend the doll lay. Then he would say good-bye. So up he swam.
The floods were very bad now, and the water was right up to the bed­room windows! The duck swam round the farmhouse, peeping in at each window.
Then he found the doll, sitting up in bed, looking very miserable and
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