Enid Blyton is among the most enduring of children's authors, still enjoyed by young readers of all ages across the globe. These recently republished titles are a testament to her solid story-writing skills-they are as fresh and exciting as they were 50 years ago when they first appeared. In these captivating collections, meet the little girl who goes to the moon, the cackling goose that catches a burglar, the wizard whose hen lays chocolate eggs, a policeman who rescues a fairy, a stray dog that saves a little boy and finds a home, and many more. Each age-ranged story collection can be read as a whole book or as a story each night before bedtime. A most welcome reintroduction to this well-loved storyteller.