The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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BIG-HANDS AND NOBBLY
Nobbly went to the cottage where the policeman lived.
" Well, no, I don't," said Mister Stick. " You see, you might have made a mistake, Nobbly. After all, you didn't see Big-Hands' face, did you? It might have been anyone else."
" Pooh! " said Nobbly, scornfully. " It couldn't have been anyone else! No one else has such enormous hands as Big-Hands. I know they must have been his hands."
" Well, wait and see if he comes again," said Mister Stick. " I'll wait outside to-night, and if you give a call I'll come in and take Mister Big-Hands off to prison, if it really is him."
" But suppose he escapes before you come? " said Nobbly. " How shall I get hold of him? He is such a big fellow."
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