Enid Blyton once described herself as “a sightseer, a reporter, an interpreter”, the viewer of “a private cinema screen inside my head”. And this peculiarly guileless way of working, coupled with her remarkable speed – she wrote more than 600 children’s books, and claimed to be able to produce up to 10,000 words a day with her typewriter balanced precariously on her knee – gets to the heart of how we feel about her.
All of today's post comes courtesy of articles in the Daily Telegraph.
PS. The average amount left by the tooth fairy is ........... £1.63 stirling which I believe is just over $2.5.