Silky’s Story is a classic tale from the magical Faraway Tree series with exciting new full-colour illustrations from Mark Beech written by an English children’s writer Enid Blyton, originally published in 1943 is simplified in a picture book format with lucid text. Now, these colour short stories offer a great way for new younger readers to discover the adventures of Silky the fairy, Moon-Face, the Saucepan Man, and all of their magical friends!
This book is a great introduction to the Magic Faraway Tree series where Silky the fairy lives. Frannie has a new doll she wants to show to Silky, so she goes to the tree with two other children, Joe and Beth. But when they get there they see something is wrong with the tree.
Enid Blyton has been one of the world’s best-sellers authors whose books are still enormously popular and are translated into over 90 languages. She is well-known for her classics like Adventures of the Wishing-Chair, Famous Five, Secret Seven, Malory Towers, and children’s ever-favourite Noddy.
Silky’s Story – The Magic Faraway Tree paperback edition features stunning visuals and adorable illustrations with short chapters, simplified sentence structures and vocabulary which makes it an ideal storybook for young children to kindle their interest in reading- perfect for new readers! The magic and adventure-packed story will appeal to both boys and girls and keep not only the little ones but also the adults engaged and completely hooked and the readers are guaranteed to reach for the next title in the Series!
So, check out the other magical tales in the Series “The Land of Birthdays”, “The Land of Do-as-You-Please”, “The Land of Goodies”, “The Land of Magic Medicines”, “The Land of Silly School” to keep the fun going!