The Children of Willow Farm

The Children of Willow Farm This is a story about children living on a farm feeding the animals and helping with all the jobs that need doing around Willow Farm Its simple storyline and animal interest should make it appealing

  • Title: The Children of Willow Farm
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: 9780603553301
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is a story about children living on a farm, feeding the animals, and helping with all the jobs that need doing around Willow Farm Its simple storyline and animal interest should make it appealing to children.

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    About “Enid Blyton”

    1. Enid Blyton

      Enid Mary Blyton 1897 1968 was an English author of children s books.Born in South London, Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading She was educated at St Christopher s School, Beckenham, and having decided not to pursue her music at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher She taught for five years before her 1924 marriage to editor Hugh Pollock, with whom she had two daughters This marriage ended in divorce, and Blyton remarried in 1943, to surgeon Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters She died in 1968, one year after her second husband.Blyton was a prolific author of children s books, who penned an estimated 800 books over about 40 years Her stories were often either children s adventure and mystery stories, or fantasies involving magic Notable series include The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, The Five Find Outers, Noddy, The Wishing Chair, Mallory Towers, and St Clare s.According to the Index Translationum, Blyton was the fifth most popular author in the world in 2007, coming after Lenin but ahead of Shakespeare.See also her pen name Mary Pollock

    248 thoughts on “The Children of Willow Farm”

    1. The second book in the series is probably not as good as the first. The children basically get everything right the first time and work hard the entire book. No wonder as achild I believed that if you worked hard, were kind, never complained etc then your life would be perfect, and perfect things like getting donkeys to ride to school for Christmas would happen (it didn't happen lol)But still, these are innocent enough fun. I should drag out a copy of the third book, but I'm not sure I can handl [...]


    2. It's not as adventurous as in the first book. I live in a village where people grow cattle, milk them and sell the cows. So it's nothing new to me. The good thing about this book is everything went smoothly, without much problems and father was successful in his first try as a farmer. Well I don't know that's a good thing or not that this book just like go with the flow and everyone had a happy ending.


    3. As the second book of the series, I think that I liked this one ever so slightly more. The children get their own farm and move in to what I consider to my dream home. Some of the things written in this book, I have never forgotten and hold close to my heart. I feel that this series of book was the most well written of all Enid Blyton's books and this one in particular I feel was written close to her own heart. The adventures the children have and the way it was written made me as a child feel l [...]


    4. This book is nice to read as a continuation of Cherry Tree Farm series. But reading about farm animals is somehow not exciting as reading about Wild animals. And Tammylan's role in the story is very limited. Somehow the wild man is the crux of the series. There is hardly any conflict and everything goes well. It almost read like a farming text book written in Enid Blyton's delicious language. Also one begins to feel the disconnect between the protagonists love for their animals and the fate that [...]





    5. A nice cosy companion to fill you with the details of a farmhouse; Lovely tale. Gives you a nice, cosy introduction to the countryside life. Nice lovely reading.


    6. I had a short period of wanting to be a farmer as a kid, and it was because of this book. Of course, I realised fairly quickly that it was a highly romanticised view of farm life and that I didn't really want to be up at 5am to milk cows, or to spend my days scraping chook droppings off the floor, but at the time it sounded very briefly wonderful - especially the chapter on working in the dairy. To this day I still have a yen to make my own butter. Romanticised or not, it's still a great book. E [...]


    7. I got this as a gift from my Dad when I was a kid and ate it up! I remember reading it late at night and loving everything about it. I can still smell the pages and feel their thick weight in my fingers. What a great memory! Unfortunately the book is not as great as the memory. It is sickeningly upeat look at farm life in the 1940's. It did have its moments and my kids did enjoy it, but my wife and I kept looking at each other in dismay with an arch of eyebrows that meant "Oh no, here comes anot [...]


    8. Enid Blyton's work is always lovely, nostalgic and a little bittersweet because of it. The four children of Willow Farm are bright and cheery and this is a gentle, classic English tale.




    9. Not one of my favourite Enid Blytons (those were generally the series books) but I still used to like this one a lot.



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