Favourite Friday #5| My favourite childhood book

Hey Guys! Welcome to another Favourite Friday! This is a weekly meme hosted by The Midnight Book Blog. Every Friday, I blog about a book-related favourite of mine. This week, I shall be blogging about my favourite childhood book.

So, my favourite childhood book is The Faraway Tree written by Enid Blyton.

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I love it endlessly and have reread countless times. I love the characters and they just make me swell up with happiness. I especially like Moon-face and Silky. I might even review it someday!

That’s all for today folks! Which book is your favourite childhood book??? Let me know in the comments or leave a link to your blog behind!!

P.S. 1- This is an article authored by me that I believe everyone should read. It is about the increasing cases of sexual harassment these days and I used my platform to spread awareness about it. Please also do not think I am advertising this article under each of my posts to increase the views/likes or anything of the sort. I am doing this to spread awareness.

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  1. Yes all Enid Blyton books have a dear place in my heart! I loved this series and yes the names of the characters were amazing. Dame washalot and watzisname is epic! I remember wanting to climb trees and have a treehouse after I read it. 😅

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