Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle by
  

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Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle by

Exciting news for Noddy and Enid Blyton fans, the first Noddy Classic book in 46 years is now available in paperback! Noddy's back and those naughty goblins are up to their old tricks again. In this exciting new adventure they sneak onto the farm and cause mayhem! They turn the cows blue, make the pigs woolly, free the animals and drive the tractor into the pond. But thank goodness for Noddy as he comes to the rescue, rounding up the animals and making sure that the goblins right their wrongs. The story also includes a hilarious train journey with animals spilling out of the carriages on their way back to the farm! This delightful picture book is beautifully written by the late Enid Blyton's granddaughter, Sophie Smallwood, and coincides with Noddy's 60th anniversary. The new book, is the first new Noddy classic title to appear since 1963. Beautiful illustrations throughout the book are by Robert Tyndall, who has drawn the much-loved characters since 1953. Noddy fans young and old will love this great new adventure.

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Praise for Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle: 'Purists don't need to worry, it reads just as it did 45 years ago! Retro heaven

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Paperback
Interest Age: From 4

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HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
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Publication date

28th October 2010

ISBN

9780007366477


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