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Enid Mary Blyton (11 August 1897 – 28 November 1968) was an English children's writer whose books have been among the world's best-sellers since the 1930s, selling more than 600 million copies. Blyton's books are still enormously popular, and have been translated into 90 languages. She wrote on a wide range of topics including education, natural history, fantasy, mystery, and biblical narratives.
Blyton was a prolific author of children's books, who penned an estimated 800 books over about 40 years. Her stories were often either children's adventure and mystery stories, or fantasies involving magic. Notable series include: The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, The Five Find-Outers, Noddy, The Wishing Chair, Mallory Towers, and St. Clare's.

According to the Index Translationum, Blyton was the fifth most popular author in the world in 2007, coming after Lenin but ahead of Shakespeare.

Books in this Collection
Famous five (complete)
St Clare's collection (complete)
Malory Towers collection (complete)
The naughtiest girl collection (4th book missing)

Mystery series (complete)
Secret series (complete)
Barney Mysteries series (complete)
The Adventure series (complete)
The Secret Seven (complete)
The Wishing Chair Series

1.  Five on a Treasure Island

The first book of our beloved series. First we are introduced to three siblings, Julian, Dick and Anne who are planning their summer hols with their parents. Due to some particularly poor planning and an apparent absence of nagging from the children, their usual haunt is all booked up.
Instead a plan is hatched to pack the three off to Kirrin to spend their summer holidays with their peculiar cousin Georgina, their sweet Aunt Fanny and their irritable Uncle Quentin. George is not keen on her cousins coming to stay at first and prefers to lead the life on a loner, with the exception of her loyal mongrel, Timothy. However, her three Cousins efforts to befriend her slowly bring her round. When she warms to them she agrees to take them to her, 'strange little island' complete with castle, which guards Kirrin Bay.
However, an innocent trip to the island takes an unexpected twist when a violent storm brings up an old wreck and dumps it on the islands rocky periphery. Armed with the knowledge of an old myth which pointed to the possibility that lost gold could be aboard, the four children and Tim investigate the ship.
What follows is an adventure that in truth changes the Kirrin's lives for good.

2.  Five Go Adventuring Again

There's a thief at Kirrin Cottage! The Famous Five think they know who it is, but they need to prove it! Where can they find evidence? The discovery of an old map and very unusual hiding place is all they need to get to the bottom of this mystery and uncover the true culprit!

3.  Five Run Away Together

Julian, Dick and Anne arrive in Kirrin cottage to stay with George (short for Georgina), for the holidays. They plan to spend time exploring Kirrin Island but their happiness is spoilt when Aunt Fanny falls ill and has to leave with Uncle Quentin to be treated in a far-off hospital. They are cared for by Aunt Fanny's temporary cook, Mrs Stick, who is accompanied by her husband and their ghastly son Edgar. The Sticks and the children come to hate each other. When Mrs Stick tries to poison George's dog Timmy, George can take it no more. She hatches a secret plan to run away to Kirrin island and look after herself but when Julian catches her leaving she decides to allow the other children to go with her.

4.  Five Go To Smuggler's Top

The Five find adventure, when they spend Easter vacation at Mr. Lenoir's sinister house Smuggler's Top. Set high above an eerie marsh, the house is honeycombed with hidden staircases and tunnels that once served as a hideaway for smugglers. When strange lights begin to appear, the Five suspect that the tunnels are once more in use.

5.  Five Go Off In A Caravan

A caravan holiday for the Famous Five is bound to be an adventure! And when they stumble across a circus troupe, the gang are thrilled. But some of the circus people have more sinister plans than just clowning around...

6.  Five on Kirrin Island Again

What is Uncle Quentin up to, all alone on Kirrin Island? He won't let anyone visit, not even George and the rest of the famous Five. But Uncle Quentin isn't really alone on the island—someone is watching his every move.

7.  Five Go off to Camp

Tent on the high moors... Wooden-leg Sam... Spook trains in the dead of night... Jock comes to camp... Mysterious happenings in a tunnel... Escape... Timmy needs a bath.

8.  Five Get into Trouble

Dick's been kidnapped, mistaken for someone else, and the Famous Five are frantic! Desperately, they track him down to a sinister old house in the middle of nowhere - and he's safe and well!
But just when they thought their troubles were over, the gang find themselves held captive and in terrible danger! Who will come for them now...?

9.  Five Fall into Adventure

Julian, Dick and Anne are really worried - George and her devoted Timmy have just disappeared! Not only that, somebody has broken into Kirrin Cottage. Could there be a connection? The Famous Five think so, but it's going to be tough getting to the bottom of this mystery when there's only three of them...

10. Five on a Hike Together

Dick is awoken by a light flashing through his window - is someone trying to send him a coded message?

11 .Five Have A Wonderful Time

The Famous Five are having a brilliant time - on holiday in horse-drawn caravans - and they've discovered a ruined castle nearby! The castle looked deserted from a distance - but is that a face at the window? Or is it a trick of the light? The Famous Five just have to find out! Just who is hiding in the castle?

12. Five Go Down to the Sea

Nothing is as it seems on the pretty Cornish coast. Someone is flashing lights from the old tower on wild and stormy nights. Who can it be?

13. Five Go to Mystery Moor

There's something dangerous out on Mystery Moor, and the Famous Five will have to risk the treacherous mists to follow the trail. This book features Julian, Dick, Anne, George, and Timmy

14. Five Have Plenty of Fun

An American girl, Berta, stays with the five. Mysterious visitors to Kirrin island and a kidnapping combine to make this the adventure of a lifetime. Berta is hiding and only the famous five can protect her. This book contains 22 chapters describing the adventures of the five.

15. Five on a Secret Trail

The Famous Five are camping out near an old ruined cottage -- but is the cottage really abandoned? Anne hears strange noises at night, but the others don't believe her. Then they see the ghostly lights...

16. Five Go to Billycock Hill

The Five are camping again, this time on Billycock Hill, which is near the farm of Toby, a boy who thought he was a hero. When Jeff, a Royal Air Force-pilot and Toby's cousin, flies off late on a stormy night with the newest aeroplane which is full of secrets, the Five are stunned. The media claims Jeff has flown away and people think he is a traitor. Could Jeff really be a spy? The Five and Toby disagree – Jeff had always seemed to be a trustworthy man.

17.  Five Get into a Fix

The Famous Five are skiing - having lots of fun in the snow! But it's not long before they have a new mystery to solve. Like, who is living in the mysterious house near the chalet they're staying in? The caretaker says nobody has lived there for years, but the Five are sure they've seen a face at one of the windows...A terrified, haunted face, too. Have the gang got the courage to go close enough to the house to find out..?

18. Five on Finniston Farm

There's a ruined castle on Finniston Farm, but only the dungeons remain - and nobody knows where they are! The Famous Five are determined to find them - and whatever is hidden in them - but they are not alone. Someone else wants to know, too. The question is: can the Five get there first?

19. Five Go to Demon's Rocks

The Famous Five have heard the stories about treasure on Demon's Rocks - bu they never thought they were really true! But then they discover a very old and valuable gold coin and what was a myth becomes real! Who does the treasure belong to? The gang are determined to find out, but first they need to know who else is exploring Demon's Rocks for the Treasure - just like they are...

20. Five Have a Mystery to Solve

The Famous Five find a mystery waiting for them on Whispering Island, also called Wailing Island and Keep-Away Island. At the end of the cliff passage is a vast chamber full of golden statues and other treasures, but there are also villains lurking round the corner...

21. Five Are Together Again

The children are supposed to be staying at Kirrin Cottage, but as soon as George's mother and father's maid Joanna catches scarlet fever, the Five are sent to live with an old friend, called Tinker, and his famous scientist father, who first appeared in Five Go To Demon's Rocks . When top secret papers belonging to the scientist go missing, it is left up to the children to find the thief, whoever he is. There are some circus folk camping in Tinker's field.

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Mystery Series
1. The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage (1943)

Who could have set fire to Mr Hick's cottage? The suspects include a tramp and even the housekeeper, Mrs Minns. The Five Find-Outers and Dog aim to solve the mystery before Mr Goon, the grumpy policeman.

2. The Mystery of the Disappearing Cat (1944)

Luke was working in the garden when Lady Candling's valuable cat was stolen. But could it have been the cat's carer, Miss Harmer, or even Lady Candling's companion Miss Trimble? The Five Find-Outers and Dog are on the case!

3. The Mystery of the Secret Room (1945)

Fatty astonishes Mr Goon with his wonderful disguises, while he tries to discover who is using Miss Crump's old house—and why. Inspector Jenks will help the Five Find-Outers again. And there's a surprise for Mr Goon!

4. The Mystery of the Spiteful Letters (1946)

Someone is sending spiteful letters. Gladys and Mrs Moon are terribly upset. There are lots of suspects—it could be gossipy Miss Tittle or Old Nosey, a very curious man. The Five Find-Outers and Dog will find the culprit!

5. The Mystery of the Missing Necklace (1947)

Fatty's disguises are better than ever. No one recognises him as a balloon seller, or as the old man in the village. Burglaries are going on and the police are baffled. It's a new mystery for the Five Find-Outers and Dog!

6. The Mystery of the Hidden House (1948)

Mr Goon's nephew, Ern, has disappeared on the road to "Harry's Folly". Does the gatekeeper, Mr Peters, or Mr Holland know anything about it? The Five Find-Outers and Dog are determined to solve the mystery.

7. The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat (1949)

The theatre safe has been broken into and Boysie, the pantomime cat, is top of the list of suspects. But could his friend and fellow actor, Zoe, be the real thief? PC Pippin is on the case with the Five Find-Outers and Dog.

8. The Mystery of the Invisible Thief (1950)

Who is the mysterious robber that disappears from the scene of the crime without a trace? What does the strange criss-cross pattern on the ground mean? Can the Five Find-Outers and Dog discover the thief's identity before Mr Goon does?

9. The Mystery of the Vanished Prince (1951)

A prince has disappeared and it seems that twin babies are the only clue! Is the prince being held against his will? The Five Find-Outers and Mr Goon's nephew, Ern, intend to track him down and rescue him.

10. The Mystery of the Strange Bundle (1952)

What was in the strange bundle that Mr Fellows was seen carrying when he fled his house in the dead of night? And who else is trying to get hold of it? A new puzzle for the Five Find-Outers and Dog to solve!

11. The Mystery of Holly Lane (1953)

Money has been stolen from a bungalow called Hollies, and now all the furniture has gone too! Who could the thief possibly be? As usual the Five Find-Outers and Dog are hot on the trail...but, unfortunately, so is Mr Goon!

12. The Mystery of Tally-Ho Cottage (1954)

The tenants of Tally-Ho House have vanished—along with a priceless painting! Have the Lorenzos gone for good? Could the Larkins of Tally-Ho Cottage be to blame? The Five Find-Outers and Dog are soon on the thief's trail...with a little help from Ern.

13. The Mystery of the Missing Man (1956)

A dangerous criminal is on the run—and he is also the master of disguise! Could it be Mr Tolling? Or do the Fangio twins know the culprit's real indentity? The Five Find-Outers and Dog aim to find out...with a little help from Eunice.

14. The Mystery of the Strange Messages (1957)

Who is responsible for the strange messages that keep turning up up for Mr Goon? Are Mr and Mrs Smith involved and does Mrs Hicks know more than she appears to? Fatty and the gang are determined to find out.

15. The Mystery of Banshee Towers (1961)

Wailing banshees are not the only mystery at Banshee Towers—it hides other secrets too! Does the turnstile man or the owner know anything about them? Buster and Bingo—as well as the Five Find-Outers—are hot on the trail.

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The Secret Series
Jack, Peggy, Nora and Mike are four children who, in their first adventure together, run away from strict guardians after their parents are thought to have been killed in a place crash. The children make way for a secret island on their huge expanse of property, and together they make a new home constructed with the branches of a willow tree. The much-loved "living house" is just one of the highlights of the first book, The Secret Island, which was originally written as a serial and, in 1938, published as a full length novel (one of her earliest, preceding all the Famous Five, Mystery, Adventure, Secret Seven, and school books to come).

        1. The Secret Island (1938)

Four runaways, Mike, Peggy, Nora and Jack, find a secret hiding place—a deserted island on a lovely lake. They build a willow-tree house, make their beds of heather and bracken, and grow their own vegetables. And Jack even manages to bring his cow, Daisy, and some hens to the island for fresh milk and eggs every day! But one day invaders come to the secret island...

        2. The Secret of Spiggy Holes (1940)

What excitement for Mike, Jack, Nora and Peggy when they discover the secret caves and passages of Spiggy Holes! And when they find out that a kidnapped prince is being held captive in the old house above the caves, they're in the grips of another adventure! The boys attempt to free the prince in the dead of the night—but Mike is caught and he, too, is taken prisoner...

        3. The Secret Mountain (1941)

Prince Paul, Jack, Peggy, Nora and Mike have come to Africa on what seems an impossible search. Yet they mustn't give it up because Captain and Mrs Arnold have been kidnapped and taken to the Secret Mountain. But where is the mountain? And who are the strange red-haired people who live there? Their rescue expedition seems destined to fail, until they meet young Mafumu...

        4. The Secret of Killimooin (1943)

What a wonderful, exciting adventure they have—Nora, Mike, Peggy and Jack—on their summer holidays. They go to Prince Paul's magnificent castle at Killimooin, high up in the mountains of Baronia. Little do they suspect that these mountains hold a dangerous band of robbers who are intent on capturing them and Prince Paul!

        5. The Secret of Moon Castle (1953)

"It's old walls could tell tales of violence and mystery"—that's how Moon Castle was described. So naturally, Jack, Peggy, Mike and Nora are thrilled when Prince Paul's family rent it for the holidays! But what weird things happen—musical instruments play by themselves, books leap off the shelves, and pins and needles attack the children! What secret does the castle hide?

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The Adventure Series
The Adventure Series features Jack, Philip, Dinah, and Lucy-Ann, a group of children who, together with their pet Kiki the parrot, get snarled up in the most amazing adventures you can imagine. They seem to be an adventure magnet, because they always seem to land right in the middle of it all despite their best efforts to have "a quiet holiday"... and if there's any treasure to be found then rest assured these kids will stumble upon it!

Each adventure takes place in a remote setting – an island off the coast; a castle on a hill in Scotland; a valley in a distant, deserted land; more islands of the coast; a mountain in Wales; a ship cruising around the Greek islands; a circus in the country of Tauri-Hessia; and finally a river in a faraway, ancient land.

        1. The Island of Adventure (1944)

For Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack, the holiday in Cornwall is everything they'd hoped for—until they begin to realize that something very sinister is taking place on the mysterious Isle of Gloom. But they're not prepared for the dangerous adventure that awaits them in the abandoned copper mines and secret tunnels beneath the sea...

        2. The Castle of Adventure (1946)

What is the secret of the old castle on the hill, and why are the locals so afraid of it? When flashing lights are seen in a distant tower, Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack decide to investigate—and discover a very sinister plot concealed within its hidden rooms and gloomy underground passages.

        3. The Valley of Adventure (1947)

Nothing could be more exciting than a night flight on Bill's plane! But Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack soon find themselves flying straight into a truly amazing adventure. What has happened to Bill? Who are the two strange pilots, and what is the secret treasure hidden in the lonely valley where the children land?

        4. The Sea of Adventure (1948)

When Bill takes Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack on a mysterious trip to the desolate northern isles, everything looks sets for an exciting time. But then Bill is kidnapped and the children, marooned far from the mainland, find themselves playing a dangerous game of hide-and-seek with an unknown enemy.

        5. The Mountain of Adventure (1949)

Mrs Mannering thinks that a peaceful holiday in the Welsh mountains couldn't possibly land the children in another dangerous adventure. How wrong she is! Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack are soon up to their necks in the mystery of a rumbling mountain, roaming wolves, and a mad genious who plans to rule the world.

        6. The Ship of Adventure (1950)

All aboard for a quiet cruise among the Greek islands! But when Philip's pet monkey breaks a birthday present, Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack are plunged into an exciting quest to find the lost treasure of the Andra—with some ruthless villains hot on their trail.

        7. The Circus of Adventure (1952)

Why on earth did Bill have to bring the wimpish Gustavus with them on holiday? Neither Jack nor Kiki the parrot like the boy at all. But when Gustavus is kidnapped, along with Philip, Dinah, and Lucy-Ann, Jack must bravely follow them to a faraway country and unravel a plot to kill the king.

        8. The River of Adventure (1955)

A river cruise through ancient desert lands will be an adventure in itself, think Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack. An adventure it certainly is, especially when Bill disappears and the children, along with Kiki the parrot, are trapped beneath a forgotten temple where no one has set foot for 7,000 years.

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The Secret Seven

The Secret Seven are a secret society who hold regular meetings and organize things to do, whether it's helping the community in some way, solving mysteries that turn up, or just having fun playing Red Indians in the woods.

The Seven have a secret password, a badge, and a secret headquarters in a garden shed. The Seven are led by Peter and include Peter's sister Janet, and their friends Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They are joined by their golden spaniel, Scamper.

The society was actually formed in a short story prior to the first book in this series. The first was At Seaside Cottage, featuring Peter and Janet, and the second was The Secret of Old Mill, which featured the entire gang in their first Society meeting.

Peter enforces the rules and delegates tasks for the members. The Seven investigate mysteries by shadowing, interviewing and, most importantly, looking for clues. The Seven tackle all sorts of mysteries from missing dogs to mail robbery, and always come out on top.

        1. The Secret Seven (1949)

In this, the Seven's first adventure together, Jack's adventure on a snowy night leads them to an old house, a deaf caretaker, and a thrilling mystery!

        2. Secret Seven Adventure (1950)

A pearl theft and a strange man in Little Thicket lead the Secret Seven to a circus field. But what is the secret of the lions, and what did old One-Leg William have to do with the burglary?

        3. Well Done Secret Seven (1951) MISSING

The Seven build a new summer meeting place—a tree house! But after meeting a dirty boy and his kitten, can they put their collection of strange clues together and solve the mystery before it's too late?

        4. Secret Seven on the Trail (1952)

A trick by Susie and her infuriating Famous Five group send George and Jack on a trek to Tigger's Barn. But when the boys end up at a rail yard on a dark, foggy November night, things really get dangerous!

        5. Go Ahead Secret Seven (1953)

A little shadowing practice puts the Seven on the trail of a man who apparently shoves dogs down a coal hole. Who is waiting below, and what is happening to the valuable dogs?

        6. Good Work Secret Seven (1954)

Peter and Janet's father's car is stolen—with them inside! But rather than feel sorry for themselves, the Seven investigate—and keep watch on the mysterious Sid's Place. And what on earth is Q8061?

        7. Secret Seven Win Through (1955)

The Seven are evicted from their shed while it is painted, and find a glorious new meeting place—a cave! But when there is a strange intruder, a mystery begins—who is Albert Tanner, and what is the excitement surrounding the scarecrow?

        8. Three Cheers Secret Seven (1956) MISSING

Susie's model aeroplane launches the Secret Seven into their next adventure—who is using the top room in the empty Barlett Lodge, and why?

        9. Secret Seven Mystery (1957)

When a schoolgirl is reported missing the Seven begin their search, with Susie hindering them at every turn. Where is Elizabeth Sonning, and who stole the money from her school?

        10. Puzzle for the Secret Seven (1958)

The Seven witness a house fire, and help the family in need to rebuild their lives—but who stole a valuable violin, and what is making the baffling wailing noises on the hills at night?

        11. Secret Seven Fireworks (1959)

What a shock for the Secret Seven when Jack's annoying sister forms a rival club called the Tiresome Three. But surely Susie wouldn't really steal their guy's clothes and firework money? And who are the nasty looking men lurking in the hut on Peter's farm?

        12. Good Old Secret Seven (1960)

Jack's new telescope promised hours of fun until Susie claimed her half share. But after Janet spots a strange face at the window of Torling Castle, The Seven must investigate.

        13. Shock for the Secret Seven (1961) MISSING

Dogs are going missing all over town, and when poor Scamper also disappears and they also suddenly become the Secret Six, can they find it within themselves to solve the mystery?

        14. Look Out Secret Seven (1962)

Medals belonging to a kindly old General have gone missing, and Colin promises to find them—but what can they do when there are no clues and the police are baffled?

        15. Fun for the Secret Seven (1963)

Poor old Tolly and his horse have been treated badly, and the Seven are determined to help. But when horse thieves strike, they must protect Peter and Janet's beloved horses as well as Tolly.

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Malory Towers
Malory Towers is a boarding school for girls in Cornwall. Enid Blyton wrote six books for this series between 1946 and 1951. The heroine is Darrell Rivers, who enters the school in the first form and becomes head girl when she is in the sixth. But of course it's not all plain sailing for Darrell and her friends!

Malory Towers has six forms, from the first to the sixth, and four house towers—North, South, East and West. There are about forty girls in each form, divided among the four houses. Darrell and Co are in North Tower, where most of the action takes place, and where the girls try not to run foul of strict housemistress Miss Potts, or the equally strict Matron.

        1. First Term at Malory Towers (1946)

Scared and excited, Darrell Rivers has just arrived at Malory Towers. It's fantastic - but huge. How is she gong to remember everyone's name, let alone find her way around? And will she ever have a special friend of her own?

        2. Second Form at Malory Towers (1947)

Darrell, Sally, Gwendoline, Mary Lou and all the girls are now in the Second Form, but they are as lively as ever. Mam'zelle Dupont is still trying to be strict, Alicia plays a trick with invisible chalk and Gwendoline and Daphne get into trouble.

        3. Third Year at Malory Towers (1948)

The girls return for another term to find several new faces in their form. There is Zerelda, the American girl, Bill, short for Wilhelmina, who is mad about horses, and Mavis who has a remarkable voice.

        4. Upper Fourth at Malory Towers (1949)

The girls are in a higher form now. This year there is the tension of exams for the first time, but there is all the fun of the summer term as well - and the high spirits of a lively and imaginative form of girls.

        5. In The Fifth at Malory Towers (1950)

Games, lessons, quarrels and tricks all form part of a lively term, but the biggest event of all is the Fifth Form pantomime, written, acted and produced entirely by the girls. It generates a lot of fun, but also a surprising amount of trouble.

        6. Last Term at Malory Towers (1951)

In this final book about the girls at Malory Towers, Darrell becomes head girl. Unfortunately not all the girls are as responsible as she is and in her last term Darrell sees many changes in her old school friends.

        7. New Term at Malory Towers

Darrell has left, and Felicity is head of the third form. What a lot she has had to deal with - June and new girl Freddie playing tricks continually, the sickly Bonnie shadowing her, and the stuck-up Amy, who has a strange family secret.

      8.Summer Term at Malory Towers

There's a mystery at the nearby stables - someone has stolen money and then poor Julie's horse! Can the third form help old girls Bill and Clarissa discover who is behind it?

       9. Winter Term at Malory Towers

Susan is excited to be in charge of the winter concert, but Miss Tallant, a new teacher, has very strong ideas about it. And when she interferes in a midnight feast, they realise there's a spy in their midst. But who could it be?

       10. Fun and Games at Malory Towers

New girl Millicent clashes with the feisty June over the school's priorities: a music concert or tennis tournament? But both pale into insignificance when it's found there's a thief in the fifth form.

        11. Secrets at Malory Towers

If you come to the garden shed at 12p.m., everything will be revealed: Daffy's latest naughty prank, what Mam'zelle found in her handbag and Alice's amazing secret. The sixth form are in for a shock.

       12. Goodbye Malory Towers

After taking their Higher Certificate, the sixth formers want to relax this term. But the Head has a surprise: a finishing school course, with old girl Gwendoline Lacey as teacher. Yet someone is determined to drive her out - and it takes the return of Darrell to solve the mystery.

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The Barney 'R' Mysteries
The Barney Mysteries are all about Roger and Diana Lynton and their cousin Snubby. Snubby's real name is Peter, but his snub nose earns him the affectionate nickname. He has a jet black spaniel named Loony, who lives up to his name by rushing around and getting under everyone's feet, as well as stealing things.

The three children are joined by their circus friend, Barney, who is described with his corn-colored hair and wide-set blue eyes. He has a pet monkey named Miranda, a clever little thing, and quite a match for Loony! It's notable that, in all the books, Barney joins the story quite late. Since he lives apart from the Lyntons, it takes some time for Enid Blyton to bring the friends together as a group.

This series is sometimes referred to as the Junior Mysteries, but more often the Barney Mysteries, or Barney 'R' Mysteries (so-called because each title begins with an 'R').

        1. The Rockingdown Mystery (1949)

The holidays will be fun, think Roger and Diana, despite having to have extra lessons. Their cousin Snubby is staying with them, and they make a new friend called Barney. But when Barney disappears the children begin to worry about the strange behaviour of their new tutor.

        2. The Rilloby Fair Mystery (1950)

When cousin Snubby and Great-Uncle Robert come to stay with the Lyntons, the children learn of a mysterious theft of valuable, historic papers from a locked room, and Snubby's imagination runs riot. But little do any of them know how close he is to the truth.

        3. The Ring O' Bells Mystery (1951)

When Roger, Diana, Snubby and Barney go on holiday to Ring O' Bells village, they are eager to explore the secret passage in Ring O' Bells Hall. Is it really a dead end as they have been told, or does it follow the route marked on the old map they find?

        4. The Rubadub Mystery (1952)

When Miss Pepper takes Roger, Diana, Snubby and Barney to stay at the village inn in Rubadub they discover that all sorts of strange things are going on, and there are mysterious explosions at the secret submarine base nearby. The children are determined to find out what is going on.

        5. The Rat-a-Tat Mystery (1956)

A cosy house surrounded by snow-covered hills seems a perfect place to spend the Christmas holidays, but the peace is disturbed by unexplained noises. What is it that Snubby can hear coming from the cellar? He goes to investigate and mysteriously vanishes!

        6. The Ragamuffin Mystery (1959)

Three weeks at the beautiful Merlin's Cove in Wales sounds like great fun to four friends, but someone else has got much more sinister plans for the beach—at night. Could it be the strange man Snubby meets on the first day, or is it to do with the ragamuffin he mistakes Snubby for?

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St Clare's
St Clare's is a boarding-school for girls. Like Malory Towers, the books follow the girls from first form upwards, although disappointingly St Clare's finishes at the end of the fifth form. The series is a little odd in that it has three first form books, one second form, one fourth and one fifth, rather than the standard one-book-per-form format.

Perhaps Blyton was very ambitiously intending to write several more St Clare's books and wanted three books for each form? (18 St Clare's books, oh the joy!) She seems to have given up on that idea after the second form if so.

The main characters are the twins Pat and Isobel O'Sullivan, who arrive at the school in the first book. Other main characters are the hot-tempered Janet, the playful Bobby, steady head-girl Hilary, wild circus girl Carlotta, 'feather-head' Alison, strict mistresses Miss Roberts and Miss Jenks, scatty French teacher Mam'zelle (surely not!) and wise, kind headmistress Miss Theobald.

An additional two books were written in 2000 by Pamela Cox to fill the gaps left by Enid Blyton, namely the Third and Sixth Forms.

        1. The Twins at St Clare's (1941)

Pat and Isabel, the O'Sullivan twins, find life at St Clare's is not at all as easy as at their old school. They have several shocks and arguments before they realise the difficulties are of their own making, and settle down and make friends.

        2. The O' Sullivan Twins (1942)

It's the start of the Easter Term and Pat and Isabel are looking forward to meeting all their friends at St Clare's once more. The new girls prove to be a source of much amusement, and there is all the fun of boarding-school life as well.

        3. Summer Term at St Clare's (1943)

Twins Pat and Isabel are disappointed when they have to miss the first week of the new term. But they soon settle down again, and the summer term brings all sorts of excitement and several new girls, some of whom are less popular than others.

        4. The Second Form at St Clare's (1944)

The first term of the second form turns out to be an eventful one, with new girls Gladys and Mirabel revealing unsuspected talents for acting and music, while Elsie, the form's unpopular Head Girl, learns to be less spiteful.

        5. Claudine at St Clare's (1944)

Continuing the popular series, St Clare's boarding-school has some interesting newcomers. Claudine, a French girl, causes great excitement by doing and saying exactly what she likes, and Eileen's mother is the new Matron.

        6. Fifth Formers of St Clare's (1945)

The St. Clare's girls are now in the fifth form, shortly to go up into the sixth, but they are not too old for tricks and escapades, jokes and excitement. Especially amusing is French girl Antoinette who, like her sister Claudine, doesn't always understand the ways of St. Clare's.

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The Naughtiest Girl Series
1. The Naughtiest Girl in the School

Elizabeth Allen is spoilt and selfish. When she's sent away to boarding school she makes up her mind to be the naughtiest pupil there's ever been! But Elizabeth soon finds out that being bad isn't as easy as it seems...

2. The Naughtiest Girl Again

This term the naughtiest girl in the school is trying to be good. But someone wants to spoil things for her.

3. The Naughtiest Girl Is a Monitor

When Elizabeth is chosen to be a school monitor, she's delighted. But the harder she tries, the more things go wrong.

4. Ini Dia si Paling Badung [ missing
This is the final tale about Elizabeth Allen and is taken from Enid Blyton's Omnibus. Elizabeth, the Naughtiest Girl, has become a monitor because for the most part she has learned to manage her temper and demonstrated how much she loves Whyteleafe and abide by its ideals.
It's the summer term and the children are all back at school. There's Elizabeth, of course, and her good friends — Julian Holland (which distinguishes him from the adventuresome Kirrin adventurer who bears the same first-name) and John who loves to garden. Rosemary is back and Harry who was helped considerably with certain problems during his first term at Whyteleafe School. The rest of the students are also back and raring to go.

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Wishing Chair Series (3 books)
1. Adventures of the Wishing Chair

Once Mollie and Peter have discovered the Wishing-Chair, their lives are full of adventure. It takes them to all sorts of magical places, from the giant's castle where they rescue Chinky the Pixie, to the amazing party at Magician Greatheart's castle.

2. The Wishing-Chair Again

Mollie and Peter have a wonderful Wishing-Chair which they keep in their playroom at the bottom of the garden. While they are at Boarding School their pixie friend Chinky looks after it for them; but in the holidays the Chair grows wings and takes them on trips to all sorts of odd places.

3. More Wishing-Chair Stories

In this final book, Mollie and Peter are home for the half-term holiday and Chinky and the Wishing-Chair are ready to fly away with them to magical lands. They visit the Land of Wishes, the Land of Scally-Wags and help Santa Claus deliver presents on Christmas Eve

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