A classic tale from Enid Blyton's magical Faraway Tree series with exciting new full-colour illustrations from Alex Paterson - perfect for new readers!
The Land of Silly School is where Dame Snap teaches naughty elves, pixies and fairies. But Joe, Beth, Frannie, Connie soon discover that the lessons are very silly indeed! How will they escape strict Dame Snap?
The Magic Faraway Tree has been entertaining readers for more than 75 years. Now these colour short stories offer a great way for a whole host of new younger readers age 5-7 to discover the adventures of Silky, Moon-Face, the Saucepan Man and all of their friends in the Enchanted Wood.
Also available in this short story series:
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Birthdays
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Magic Medicines
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Do-As-You-Please
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Goodies
A Faraway Tree Adventure: In Santa Claus's Castle
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Toys
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Dreams
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Silly School
A Faraway Tree Adventure: The Land of Enchantments
A Faraway Tree Adventure: Joe and the Magic Snowman
Collect them all!
'Her books were terrific page-turners in the way no others were' - Michael Morpurgo, author of War Horse.
`This should be on every child's bookshelf' - Junior Design Awards on The Magic Faraway Tree.
Enid Blyton is one of the world's best-loved children's authors with over 700 titles published and sales of over 700,000 in the UK each year. Her stories, which include The Famous Five, The Magic Faraway Tree, Malory Towers, St Clare's, The Wishing Chair and Amelia Jane series', remain timeless classics across the world.
Enid Blyton was born in East Dulwich, South London, in 1897. She wrote over six hundred books in her lifetime, including many of the 20th century's most popular children's series. Some of her best-known works include the Famous Five, the Secret Seven, Malory Towers, The Magic Faraway Tree, The Wishing Chair and Noddy. Enid Blyton died in 1968 but remains one of the world's best-loved storytellers and is consistently voted a children's favourite in reader polls.