Z’s first Enid Blyton

This cost 2 for $9.90. 
I picked “The Six Red Wizards” while he picked “Mr Icy Cold”. He was pleased with the former because of the exposure to Harry Potter.

There were 7 parts to the books but the movies were split into 8 parts. He always referred to the movies as Harry Potter 7, Harry Potter 8.

When I burst into excitement on the continuation of the Harry Potter series through a play, Z asked, “Can we go London to watch Harry Potter 9?” I explained the plot of HP 9 took place 19 years after he left school.  

Z exclaimed that Harry Potter was so old then. 

Anyway, I digressed. 

Z chose the latter in anticipation of the winter holiday. 

I could not remember how my Enid Blyton books used to cost but I grew up with them. From the short stories where I read about the talking bears to The Wishing Chair and the Far, Faraway Tree. I wished my children would enjoy these stories as much as I do.

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