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The Cherry Tree Farm Story Collection

Narrated by: Sarah Feathers
Length: 14 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 5-7
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Enid Blyton's timeless collection of farm stories, perfect for holidays or rainy days, and an ideal gift for anyone who loved the stories during their own childhood to pass on to the next generation of listeners. 

Benjy, Penny, Rory and Sheila are spending the holidays with their aunt and uncle at Cherry Tree Farm. They play with the animals and learn to feed them, roam the countryside and hunt for the mysterious Tammylan, who lives deep in the woods. Everywhere is teeming with adventure, and the children are bound to get into mischief!  

This collections brings together some of Enid Blyton's earliest and most imaginative stories - 'The Children of Cherry Tree Farm' (1940) and two further stories about the same children, 'The Children of Willow Farm' (1942) and 'More Adventures at Willow Farm' (1943). 

©2016 Hodder Children's Books (P)2019 Hodder Children’s Books

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Great stories, fantastic value.

My kids (10,9,7,5) listened to this over a 3 day-straight period when we all had a nasty flu. It was a life saver as it gave them something to concentrate on both distracting from their symptoms and from niggling at each other too much. They love the stories (as do all Enid Blyton's work) and it was nice to hear lost of information on animals and farming.
My only criticisms are that there was an occasional error in information presented (eg. snakes being referred to as poisonous rather than venomous) and a silly personal dislike of one of the main characters names - Tammylan - it just didn't sit well with me, although it didn't seem to bother the kids. All I'm all it was a well spent $15.

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