The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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I am a small grain growing in a field; add a head to me and I am an animal that can easily jump up and down a mountain-side; now change my tail and you can kick as many of me as you like; now change my head, and my last will love to eat my first!
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2. Can you find the hidden trees in these sen­tences? a. Look, there's a bee, Christine. Be careful!
b.  I found a wasp in every apple.
c.  That old house has a most beautiful
arcnway.
d.  The stray ewes came back to-day.
e.  I wish we could have a shower soon, the
garden is dry. /. When the balloon goes pop, Larry jumps
like anything! g. We haven't a map; let's buy one before we
lose our way.
3. An Old Riddle. What goes up when the rain comes down? (Everyone over five years of age must answer that one!)
4. Another Easy One. Why is a king like a book?
5. I have an empty stocking, and yet there is something in it. What is it?
Answers on page 204
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