In the middle of the Enchanted Wood you can hear the trees whispering "Wisha-Wisha" and amongst the thick forest is the most enchanted tree in the world - the magic Faraway Tree. Here, fairy folk live on every branch. Meet Moon-Face, Silky the Fairy, and Saucepan Man, and visit the different lands at the top of the Faraway Tree - including the Land of Spells, the crazy Land of Topsy-Turvy, and the Land of Do-As-You-Please where the children ride in a runaway train! Enid Blyton has created a magical journey for children with The Magic Faraway Tree.
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I loved this book as a child. The version read by Kate Winslet is fantastic. My nephews children (ages 4 and 5) and I listened on a long car trip. The children loved the story as much as I did as a child. It really does stand the test of time.
My son loves this audiobook. He is only 6, but he will lie in his bed for hours (literally!) listening to this. Kate Winslet has done a great job of narrating & Enid Blyton is a fantastic storyteller.
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