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Enid Blyton's Books For Children

written by: rcthomson123
 
Enid Blyton was one of the world's most prolific and successful writers for children. Her books have been translated into over 80 languages and have sold more than 600 million copies. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards she was voted the best-loved author, ahead of J.K. Rowling and Shakespeare. This quiz looks at some of the best known book series she wrote.

Question 1:


In the "Adventure" series of stories the four children are Philip, Dinah, Jack and Lucy-Ann. But what was the name of the fifth important character, Jack's parrot?
Tufty
Buster
Polly
Kiki

Question 2:


Which of these was not a girls' boarding school described by Enid Blyton?
Whyteleafe
Malory Towers
Red Roofs
St Clare's

Question 3:


Noddy was Enid Blyton's most famous creation for younger children. Which of the following is not to be found in Noddy's home Toyland or Toytown?
Mr Plod
Little-Ears
Clockwork Mouse
Jumpy Dog

Question 4:


Which of the following is not one of the Famous Five books by Enid Blyton?
Peter
George
Timmy
Julian

Question 5:


Which of the following is not one of the places where the 'Famous Five' had an adventure?
Marston Moor
Kirrin Island
Billycock Hill
Smuggler's Top

Question 6:


The 'R' Mystery series by Enid Blyton are so-called since each begins with 'R'. They are also called the Barney Mysteries after the circus boy who features in each one. Various animals appear in these stories. Which of these is not one of them?
Hurly-Burly the chimp
Miranda the monkey
Loony the spaniel
Loopy the spaniel

Question 7:


The stories of the Folk of the Faraway Tree in the Enchanted Wood are some of Enid Blyton's best loved. Which of these characters is not encountered up the tree or in one of the magic lands that drift past?
Silky
Dame Washalot
Dame Smack
Saucepan Man

Question 8:


Enid Blyton's Mystery stories featured the Five Find-Outers and Dog. What was the real name of the boy known as Fatty?
Francis Arthur Trotter
Francis Algernon Twistleton
Frederick Algernon Trottville
Frederick Albert Trotter

Question 9:


One of Enid Blyton's first books, "The Secret Island", had four sequels. Which of the following is not one of them?
The Secret of Spiggy Holes
The Secret of Cliff Castle
The Secret of Moon Castle
The Secret Mountain

Question 10:


Enid Blyton wrote 15 Secret Seven books. Which of the following is the title of a real Secret Seven book?
The Secret Seven Investigate
The Secret Seven Save the Day
Hurrah for the Secret Seven
Secret Seven Fireworks

 


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