Poor Mrs Twiddle has to put up with more trouble caused by Mr Twiddle's silliness and forgetfulness. Whether he has sold his boots, instead of having them soled; has put his hat in the bin and the old fish in the wardrobe; or let a burglar steal from their bedroom as he believes it is the cat, Mr Twiddle's attempts to be useful only have the opposite effect.
This is Book 7 in the Enid Blyton: Happy Days Series. See all Enid Blyton: Happy Days books here.
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Enid Blyton is one of the world's best-selling children's authors with sales of her books in excess of 500 million copies. She's also one of the most translated authors with her stories being published in over 40 languages. Her books still delight many young readers today and in the UK she sells more than one book a minute and m...