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Noddy And His Car [Reading] ➬ Noddy And His Car ➳ Enid Blyton – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk The third Noddy story from Enid Blyton s much loved original series is republished in a beautiful hardback book to treasure The third Noddy story from Enid Blyton s much loved original series is republished in a beautiful hardback book to Noddy And MOBI :å treasure.


About the Author: Enid Blyton

See also Greek Enida Blaitona Latvian Russian Inid Blajton Serbian Enid Mary Blyton was an English author of Noddy And MOBI :å children s booksBorn in South London, Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading She was educated at St Christopher s School, Beckenham, and having decided not to pursue her music at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher She taught for five years before her marriage to editor Hugh Pollock, with whom she had two daughters This marriage ended in divorce, and Blyton remarried in , to surgeon Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters She died in , one year after her second husbandBlyton was a prolific author of children s books, who penned an estimated books over about years Her stories were often either children s adventure and mystery stories, or fantasies involving magic Notable series include The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, The Five Find Outers, Noddy, The Wishing Chair, Mallory Towers, and St Clare sAccording to the Index Translationum, Blyton was the fifth most popular author in the world in , coming after Lenin but ahead of Shakespeare See also her pen name Mary Pollock.



10 thoughts on “Noddy And His Car

  1. Archit Ojha Archit Ojha says:

    A short story that imbibes moral values of honesty in to the impressionable minds of young readers.Was fun revisiting Noddy and his excitement over the new car.Another Enid Blyton gem A short story that imbibes moral values of honesty in to the impressionable minds of young readers.Was fun revisiting Noddy and his excitement over the new car.Another Enid Blyton gem


  2. Paul Paul says:

    Gotta love this little bugger with the weird hat Noddy taught me to read, so he has to be worth 5 stars His car could do with a bit of updatingAND he s not wearing a seat belt.


  3. Mark Mark says:

    I first started reading the Noddy books after hearing the Golliwogs play a prominent role in them, so I had to find it out for myself whether this was true, and to see what kinds of representations they did This was after being unsuccessful in finding the original Two Dutch Dolls novels I only found and read the first one Being part African American myself, I thought this to be a necessary part of history to check out It was hard for me to be offended or maybe I just chose it so, however, i I first started reading the Noddy books after hearing the Golliwogs play a prominent role in them, so I had to find it out for myself whether this was true, and to see what kinds of representations they did This was after being unsuccessful in finding the original Two Dutch Dolls novels I only found and read the first one Being part African American myself, I thought this to be a necessary part of history to check out It was hard for me to be offended or maybe I just chose it so, however, it is easy to see how people of color can be outraged over how they are depicted, apparently This was a long time ago when minstrelsy was popular and okay In the Noddy books, the Golliwogs are dolls toys too, so they appear in the towns Usually, they seem to be up to no good or innocently having fun Since these were written later on, it is less intense presumably Gilbert Golly for instance owns and runs the car garage dealership, a profession only fitting for representing greed and the chase for material success in Nixon era America to own a home, a car, material goods, and the possession of a nice family and career Usually, they are doing something like that instead of being a protagonist, which, apparently, would be a nice and acceptable change But luckily, the thinly veiled racism is only there if you scrutinize with your eyes, otherwise, these are just tributes and cameos, which I wonder how it may have impressed the children and adults of the era whence they were reading the books There are plenty of other villains of any skin color or creed or organism here, from goblins to wizards to even Caucasian sailors, so I didn t think the Golliwogs were presented in too unfair a light I do think though, that there is reason to believe there sracism in their original appearances which some people today still get offended by, rather than feeling blessed their people are actually featured in a work, despite the unfair appearance and roles they are given to put them in their place in society That being said these aren t really the books to go looking for awesome Golliwog action although they are featured here in there in the series of books it s nothing too remarkable, offensive, or enlightening to say the least An interesting part of history albeit


  4. Sean Harding Sean Harding says:

    Book three in the series of the git with his nodding head and this one has him get his signature motor vehicle which for some older readers the colours seems similar to the mini of Martin s Marvellous Mini of comic book fame, he was another git as well Anyway Noddy, Big Ears, and the whole crew bang on as per usual.


  5. Julia Orr Julia Orr says:

    They had to track down missing things.


  6. Piyush Mishra Piyush Mishra says:

    Nice book


  7. Kylie Abecca Kylie Abecca says:

    Noddy is such a likeable character The kids all felt terribly for Little Noddy with his rotten luck It was lovely to see that all was right in the end.


  8. Maria Carmo Maria Carmo says:

    Every year I start with Children s books, to train myself having a Grand Daughter who is almost one year old.Noddy was very brave in the previous book and got a new car But not everything is easy when it comes to pleasing his new clients Big Ears will have to help once again.Maria Carmo,Lisbon 1 January 2017


  9. Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws says:

    I had a bunch of Noddy books even before I could read My mom would read them to me and there was a phase where I wouldn t eat until my mom read out a Noddy Book or so I am told There were a couple of books that I knew by heart and would pretend to read out from them.Noddy is a fun pal to have as a child.


  10. Jody Jody says:

    I loved reading Noddy as a child, and I ve very much enjoyed introducing him to my children The stories still hold up today, Noddy is so cute and sweet, and these are perfect stories for bedtime.


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