Poems by Enid Blyton


A Frosty Morning
April Showers
Apple Song
Blackberries
The Blackbird is Singing
The Bonfire at Night
Child April
Christmas Gifts
The Clouds
Dead Leaves
Fairy Seeds
February
Firework Night
Happy Days!
Hazel Nuts
A Happy Easter
In the Stable
The Ladybird
The Last Feast of Autumn
Little New Year
October
Off to the South
One Evening
An Evening of June
The Passing of Summer
Raining in Sheets
Santa Claus Gets Busy
A Song of July
The Party
Poppy Dresses
The Sea
The Spider’s Web
The Weather

Updated 20/09/16

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3 Responses to Poems by Enid Blyton

  1. AMY says:

    Is there a Blyton poem called Come to the Fair? It starts “Come along Harry and Susan and Bill”…

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  2. Amy Thwaites says:

    Thank you! I got a copy and it’s in there! x

    Like

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