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The Amelia Jane Collection

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Three classic children’s stories in one bumper book from the world’s best-loved children’s author, Enid Blyton. Rag-doll Amelia Jane is big, bad and the terror of the toy cupboard!

The collection includes: Naughty Amelia Jane, Amelia Jane is Naughty Again and Amelia Jane Gets Into Trouble. In these hilarious stories, Amelia Jane has all sorts of exciting adventures. One thing’s for sure, not many of the other toys get the better of Amelia Jane!

Short chapters and beautiful illustrations make Amelia Jane perfect bedtime reading for children aged six and upwards. A richly nostalgic offering for grandparents and parents to share with the next generation of Blyton fans.

Enid Blyton is arguably the most famous children’s author of all time, thanks to series such as The Wishing-Chair, The Faraway Tree­, The Mysteries, The Famous Five and The Secret Seven. Her Amelia Jane stories have charmed generations of children and are as popular today as they have ever been.

Enid Blyton takes her place alongside Roald Dahl, Beatrix Potter, and A. A. Milne as one of Britain’s true heritage children’s authors.

Our Review Panel says...

This classic is a highly recommended choice of an early chapter book to dip into in storytime in KS1, with short, illustrated chapters that can read as individual stories or as a collection. Amelia Jane is a doll who likes to cause mischief in the toy cupboard when the humans are not around. Can the other toys keep up with Amelia’s cheeky tricks and help her to learn to be kind?

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