Mr. Pink-Whistle Interferes (2020)

Mr. Pink-Whistle Interferes Enid Blyton Mr Pink Whistle Interferes None
  • Title: Mr. Pink-Whistle Interferes
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: 9780603032776
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Hardcover
Mr. Pink-Whistle Interferes Enid Blyton None
Mr. Pink-Whistle Interferes Enid Blyton

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    Published :2020-05-01T19:50:34+00:00

One thought on “Mr. Pink-Whistle Interferes

  1. Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore

    Another childhood favourite which I read after a long time Half brownie and slightly magical, Mr Pink Whistle interferes where he finds injustices being committed or little boys and girls in trouble putting things right and curing bullies and cheats in the process A fun relaxing read with lovely illustrations.

  2. Delie

    Grew up in England and this was a staple at bedtime Many magical short tales of Mr Pink Whistle a man who is half brownie and half pixie My book lost its cover, the pages so worn with turning that I feared I would loose the pages to the ages Found a copy in a school bookstore while vacationing in Jamaica My children now enjoy his rescue of children who are less fortunate or bullied.

  3. Emma

    I have many fond memories of the Mr Pink Whistle stories from when I was a child II remember these being some of my first advanced books and enjoyed them very much I would love to read these to my nieces and nephew one day, I m sure they would love it just as much as I do Another great story from Enid Blyton

  4. Sha

    3.5 stars Again, I m a sucker for Robin Hood stories, and the mental image given by some of them are glorious I m still smirking when I think of the mysterious disembodied voice neatly putting in eighteen grapefruit instead of fifteen.I may be a little easy to please.Similar problems about one dimensionality of the characters apply, because that happens with most Blyton books.

  5. P Ukil

    The language was very easy to read as well as vivid Enjoyed reading it as a child with lots of imaginations floating before my eyes.

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