Series: Enid Blyton's Pocket Library

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A Christmas Wish (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 2
All The Way To Santa Claus by Enid BlytonBook 3
The Fairies' Christmas Party by Enid BlytonBook 4
The Enchanted Slippers by Enid BlytonBook 6
The Wishing Carpet (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 7
The Land of Blue Mountains by Enid BlytonBook 8
The Toys' New Palace (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 9
The Adventures of the Toy Ship by Enid BlytonBook 11
Billy and the West Wind by Enid BlytonBook 13
Jumbo Saves the Day! (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 15
Bunny and the Pixies by Enid BlytonBook 17
Mr Grumpygroo's Hat by Enid BlytonBook 18
The Magic Bicycle by Enid BlytonBook 19
The Wishing Hat (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 20
The Silver Merman (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 21
A Tale of Shuffle, Trot and Merry by Enid BlytonBook 22
The China Rabbit by Enid BlytonBook 23
Mr Quink's Garden by Enid BlytonBook 26
The Wonderful Torch (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 27
The Yellow Trumpets (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 30
The Disappointed Sprites (Enid Blyton's Pocket Library) by Enid BlytonBook 31

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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