The book was part of Blyton's Faraway
Tree series, written between 1939 and 1951, of four novels, including The Enchanted Wood, The Folk Of The Faraway
Tree and Up The Faraway
Tree titles by bestselling children's author Enid Blyton are to be adapted for cinema release by British film, television and theatre production company Neal Street Productions, it was announced on Wednesday.
Nearby is the ultimate act of empathy and heartbreaking homage.
FIX Yeah, you may be banned from formally dating, but have your parents said anything about hanging out with a certain someone in a group setting?
It is a non-put-downable story of friends who travelled to amazing faraway
places at will simply by reading a manual and pressing the appropriate buttons on a magic machine.
This particular title is a collection of Enid Blyton books and tales adapted around the Faraway
An award-winning fine arts photographer, Craig Varjabedian's work showcased in "Ghost Ranch And The Faraway
Nearby" presents his collection of black-and-white photographs depicting the impressive landscapes, scenery, and vistas of the New Mexico country known as Ghost Ranch.
LANCASTER -- If you're constantly fatigued, experience frequent headaches and backaches, suffer from lack of sleep and feel agitated, you could be dealing with chronic stress -- and if you work full time in a demanding or faraway
job, the job itself could be the source.
(University of Michigan) develops generalized linear models that can represent categorical and binary responses, mixed effect modeling of repeated measures and longitudinal data, and flexible regression models that combine predictors in a nonparametric manner.
Global connections: How desire for goods from faraway
lands connected the peoples of ancient Europe and Asia.
The Indians were a proud people with many enemies: the land itself with its harsh terrain and weather; other tribes; marauding soldiers; ordinary settlers, hunters, and miners; and a faraway
new government, working through its Indian agents and soldiers who seemed to care little for the welfare of the Indians.
Life on a faraway
planet in the Ooni Kingdom is surreal, where the Kirki village people grow their computers from CPU seeds, walk around with small mirrors sewn into their clothing (appearance is a big deal in the Ooni Kingdom) and flower bulbs are used as candlelight.
Like a modern-day Robinson Crusoe, Gumier Maier teaches us to improvise ways to live in that solitary and faraway
place called the mind.
In a faraway
land and a time when the people's faith is running cold, a widow begs stale bread in return for offering her participation in the Mass for the royal wedding of the king and queen.
If alpha had changed since the original emission, the wavelengths emitted by oxygen ions on Earth today would differ slightly from those coming from the faraway