The Children of Cherry Tree Farm by Enid Blyton
The Children of Cherry Tree Farm
by Enid Blyton
Armada, Wm. Collins Sons & Co., 1972, lightly illustrated with black and white illustrations, trade paperback
Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear with minor rubbing to edges and corners, pages age-toned, no inscriptions, (see photographs)
""We're off to Cherry Tree Farm - we're going to go wild!" shout the children - and so they do!
They all knew they'd love living on a farm - but they didn't know there was quite so much to see and learn! And who better to teach them than Tammylan, the hermit who lives in a cave! For as Uncle Tim says, "What Tammylan doesn't know abut animals and birds, isn't worth knowing." With him they discover so many friends in the woods - squirrels, rabbits, deer and foxes as well as hedgehogs, stoats and birds. Why not join Rory, Benjy, Sheila and Penny at Cherry Tree Farm, too?"