Folk of the Faraway Tree is a novel by the famous British author Enid Blyton and is designed to fuel fantasy among children. It is a part of The Tree series that was first published in 1946. Folk of the Faraway Tree is the third book by the author in the series.
Novels sometimes highlight the complex society and human relationships in mysterious and enchanting ways. Enid Blyton with her descriptive, lucid and thrill-filled writings satisfies the wild imagination of the young children, who usually view this world through the pink coloured glasses, quite easily.
This children�s novel focuses on the arrival of a new mischievous girl Connie, who spends a few days with the children, while her mother, is sick. Initially, Connie refuses to believe in the Faraway Tree, but with time she gets emotionally attached with the place and its people.
The book thrives on the Land of Marvel, which is filled with magical beings like pixies, fairies and elves, and all sorts of funny and magical wonders, like a cat foretelling fortune, a topless ladder, and a tree that loves to sing. Then there is The Land of Giants, The Nursery Rhyme Land where all nursery rhyme people dwell, The Land of Dame Snap connected to which is the Land of Tea Parties where the waiters are not humans but rabbits.
The hardcover edition of book Folk of the Faraway Tree has been published by Dean & Son in English and has an ISBN-10:1405228563 and an ISBN-13: 9781405228565. Other notable works by the author Enid Blyton include Five on a Treasure Island and The Enchanted Wood. you can buy this wonderful book for your little ones today.