Enid Blyton’s Christmas Stories

December 5, 2018 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

Here is a wonderful selection to read and share. From Santa Claus and his helpers to a family putting up their tree, the characters in these stories embrace the Christmas spirit. There is mystery and magic, laughter and mischief, the joy of shared times and plenty of delicious food – many of the ingredients which have been delighting Enid Blyton’s readers for more than seventy years.

The stories previously appeared in magazines and anthologies from the 40s and 60s are. This collection contains the original texts and is unillustrated.

The collection contains:
The Lost Presents
Santa Claus Gets a Shock
A Week Before Christmas
The Christmas Tree Aeroplane
Good Gracious, Santa Claus!
The Tiny Christmas Tree
What Happened on Christmas Eve
The Little Reindeer Bell
The Very Full Stocking
In Santa Claus’s Castle
What They Did at Miss Brown’s School
Santa Claus Gets Busy
The Christmas Tree Fairy
The Little Christmas Tree
A Family Christmas -Christmas Holidays
A Family Christmas – Bringing Home the Holly;
A Family Christmas -The Curious Mistletoe
A Family Christmas – Balder the Bright and Beautiful
A Family Christmas – The Christmas Tree
A Family Christmas – A Christmassy Afternoon
A Family Christmas -Bringing in the Yule Log
A Family Christmas -Christmas Carols
A Family Christmas -A Visitor in the Night
A Family Christmas -The Story of Santa Claus
A Family Christmas -Christmas Day

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