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Enid Blyton's Stories Top Poll Of Adult's Most Loved Children's Books

Posted at 8:04AM Thursday 06 Mar 2014

It may be 70 years since they first appeared, but Enid Blyton's Famous Five novels remain the books most favoured by parents for their children, a poll reveals.

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