Author(s): Enid Blyton
One day Monkey makes the Smickle Smockle. A most peculiar animal, it has a small head, long neck, perfectly round body, wings, cat's ears and a long tail like a fish. With three feet at the front and a wheel behind, it's the strangest looking thing, and even though he's only made of Plasticine, the Smickle Smockle terrifies the Pink Bunny immensely. Monkey tries to make amends with his timid friend but ends up causing even more trouble for himself...The Smickle Smockle's scary appearance is just one of many stories in this whimsical and eclectic collection from your favourite author. Timeless tales from Fiddle-De-Dee, the one-eyed rabbit, Scallyway the imp, Bom the toy drummer, and many more will keep you engrossed in thrilling and fantastical worlds for hours on end.
Enid Blyton (1897-1968) is the world's best-selling children's author and has sold 600 million books internationally. Her unique sense of fantasy and adventure, combined with unforgettable characters, has seen generation after generation have fall for her timeless appeal, and she was voted the nation's most loved writer at the 2008 Costa Book Awards.