The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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THEY DONT BELIEVE IN FAIRIES
They slipped out of the back door and popped into the bookcase.
mouse all came knocking at the front door to see if they might have a taste.
Belinda was very happy. She had been so lonely before, but now she had company all day and all night. The elves were always about, going in and out, knocking at the front door, cooking, making beds, cleaning, having a party, or playing tricks on one another.
At first Belinda had been half afraid the two children would see the elves, when they had come into the nursery to play. BeHnda had sat down stiffly in her chair as soon as Jonathan had come in, and when Lucy opened the door of the dolls' house and looked in, she had seen Belinda sitting still just as usual.
But she didn't see the nine elves busy about the house. She didn't
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