Noddy finds his bag of sixpences has been stolen. Where can it be? Luckily Mr Plod is on hand to help solve the mystery. He traces the sixpences to the naughty Goblins in the Dark Wood and soon he has some surprises for them.
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Enid Blyton was born in Dulwich, London on 11 August 1897. In the 1930's, she began to write the magazine Sunny Stories, which contained many of the characters and plots that later went on to make up her children's books. Between 1915 and 1968 she wrote seven hundred books and a hundred million copies of her books have been bought in the last ten years alone. Enid Blyton died on 28 November 1968.
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