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Sunday, 2 May 2010

Bedtime Stories And Prayers By Enid Blyton

Guess what I found in one of Mamarazzi's book plastic. A bedtime stories by Enid Blyton. Mamarazzi said she used to read that when she was young. Nice book.



According to Mamarazzi, her favourite stories from this book was The Man Who Was Robbed and The Poor Woman In The Temple

The first story is actually the story of the Good Samaritan. About a man that was robbed and he was rescued by a Samaritan man. The man thought Samaritan are all bad people and would not help him but this one did.

The second story is about Jesus in a temple and he asked his disciples to observe a poor woman. The woman put two mites(money) into the donation box. Then a rich man put a lot of money in the donation box. He asked his disciples, which of the two give more? The rich man or the poor woman.

Ooo..I wanna sleep early tonight. Hope Mamarazzi will read the story to me.

34 comments:

  1. till today i love enid. So your mama same like me too. I still have some old mystery books. :)

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  2. I also want to have someone reading story for me before i sleep... maybe i missed the story reading that's why I'm having insomnia :p

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  3. I grew up reading Enid Blyton..and my daughter too! Good! Good!!!

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  4. Claire

    was crazy about Enid Blyton books. Have tonnes of them . Complete sets of Malory Tower and St Clares.

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  5. STP

    Enid Blyton is like an all time favourite...the Faraway Tree...the wishing chair...

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  6. TZ

    Maybe you do :p ...ahem ahem...am sure there are volunteers to read you bedtime stories :P

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  7. LOL... tok about Enid Bylton... i got curi the books from school library. LOL... damn jahat, hor?

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  8. I read lots of Enid blyton when I was young, too!

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  9. I love Enid Blyton ...... Especially all the old, yellowed versions that my dad passed on to me .. Vintage!

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  10. I used to have a collection too... But gave them all away :(

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  11. i used to read Enid Blyton's books too. :)

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  12. What's life without Enid Blyton's books? One of the good things about being a mom is that you get to reread all those wonderful stuffs when you read to your kids...:-)

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  13. Cleff

    shh...shh...later kena tangkap :p

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  14. nobody ever read me a bedtime story, but i guess i've read enid blyton's book before.. on my own, making myself to sleep!! haha~~ :p

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  15. Prince n Princess Mum

    I guess Enid Blyton was the universal books for kids :) None can rival her yet

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  16. Joanna

    You are so lucky your dad pass his books to you. Mamarazzi had to save and save to buy them. Got so excited with the St Clare Series and Mallory Towers series

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  17. Agnes

    aiyo...so sayang leh...:(

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  18. SK

    Nobody reads for Mamarazzi before also ..but sometimes read Enid Blyton become more alert instead of sleepy..especially The Famous Five Series

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  19. Verone

    Agree agree...Now I have to dig out my Enid Blyton collection :p

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  20. I grew up reading Enid Blyton too. Need to go back my mum's house and dig it out already..haha.

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  21. Mummy Gwen

    Time to pass the treasure to Gwen already

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  22. zzzzzzz, Mamarazzi slept first or make smallkucing sleep first so can blog until 3am, ha ha ha!....LOL!

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  23. i grew up reading enid blyton too, what a classic!

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  24. Ooohh....I love Enid Blyton books too when I was a child! Yes, I still remember those Bible stories too!

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  25. Kristie

    Mamarazzi have many Enid Blyton books. Some are bahasa Malaysia ones

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  26. Pete

    Of course make him sleep 1st so that Mamarazzi can curi2 go and copy recipe from your blog :p

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  27. Alice

    I mentioned this book to some friends and they seems to be not aware of this. They know those famous one like the Famous 5, Faraway tree, amelia jane...

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  28. I really feel guilty la, coz never read a book ever since after I graduated from uni :P

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  29. Lupa pulak Aunti wanna comment on the bible part. Old woman liao, so forgetful. LOL...

    Who gave more between the two? Auntie think, the poor woman gave more, even though the amount is small. Why? BEcause she is poor, and the money could have costs her a few days meal, but the rich man who give a lot wouldn't even feel a pinch when he gave up his money.

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  30. Auntie Cleff

    You are so right :D

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  31. uLi

    No need to feel guilty. You didnt read books but have read mag and blogs. More or least the same la.

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  32. I too read a lot of Enid Blyton's books. Thus, my love for Enid Blyton's books led me into publishing a book on the writer, titled, the Famous Five: A Personal Anecdotage (www.bbotw.com).
    Stephen Isabirye

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  33. Eni

    Thanks..will go and check out the website later

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