Poems by Enid Blyton

A Frosty Morning
April Showers
Apple Song
The Blackbird is Singing
The Bonfire at Night
Child April
Christmas Gifts
The Clouds
Dead Leaves
Fairy Seeds
Firework Night
Happy Days!
A Happy Easter
In the Stable
The Ladybird
Little New Year
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 10/04/16


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”…


  2. Amy Thwaites says:

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


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