BIOGRAPHY Enid Mary Blyton (11 August 1897 – 28 November 1968) was a British children's writer also known as Mary Pollock. She spent much of her childhood in Kent, with her parents and her brothers Hanly and Carey. She married Major Hugh Pollock in 1924 and had two daughters, Gillian and Imogen.
CREATION The books of Enid Blyton were intended for children in varying age groups. She told tales of animals, magic, gnomes, pixies, wizards and fairies for her young readers. Two favorite characters from this genre are probably Noddy and his friend, brownie Big Ears.
A RTWORKS * The Adventure * The Barney Mystery * The Circus * The Famous Five * The Magic Faraway Tree * The Malory Towers * The Mary Mouse * The Mystery series (Five Find-Outers) * The Naughtiest Girl * The Noddy * The Amelia Jane * The Secret Seven * St. Clares * The Wishing-Chair * The Willow Farm