The Enid Blyton Holiday Book - complete online version

41 Illustrated Children's Stories from Enid Blyton

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THE POOR OLD TEDDY
my back, and I'll give you a ride," he said. So the teddy climbed up, and held on tightly to Sandy's collar. Off they went, the bear grunting in delight. He had never in his life had such an exciting time before!
The two slept together peacefully. Teddy cuddled between Sandy's front paws, and Sandy rested his head on the bear's chest. They were very good friends indeed.
Joan did look for Teddy, but she couldn't find him! She didn't think of looking in Sandy's kennel, of course! And anyway, Sandy said he would lie on top of Teddy and hide him if Joan did think of peeping in!
They still live together, and Teddy gives Sandy biscuits and water when Joan forgets, and undoes his chain every night. As for Teddy, he never has a cold now, and he is as happy as can be because somebody loves him and wants him. I'd love to see him peeping out of Sandy's kennel, wouldn't you? He hopes you won't tell Joan his secret if you know her!
She didn't think of looking in Sandy's kennel.
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