National Storytelling Week: Eight books our readers loved
In honour of a week-long story time celebration, we looked at some of our favourite childhood books.
Enid Blyton, Roald Dahl, Dick King-Smith and Philip Pullman all made our list - but we wanted to know some of your favourites that we missed.
Here's what you had to say. How many of these do you remember?
The Famous Five - Enid Blyton. Submitted by Jackie Prudhoe.
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The Silver Sword - Ian Serraillier. Submitted by John Tate.
Black Beauty - Anna Sewell. Submitted by Kate Roberts.
The Hardy Boys Mysteries - Franklin W. Dixon. Submitted by Kev Roddam.
Malory Towers - Enid Blyton. Submitted by Alison Quinn.
Mabel Lucie Attwell books. Submitted by Brenda Robson.
The Lone Pine series - Malcolm Saville. Submitted by Beverley Glover.
The Pied Piper tale. Submitted by J Steven Stead.