Author(s): Enid Blyton
When the children of Mistletoe Farm learn that their cousins' beautiful town house has burned down they feel terribly sad. None-the-less Jane, Jack and Susan are nervous about sharing their ramshackle farm with the snooty Melisande, Cyril and Roderick and soon the sparks fly between the six cousins as they struggle to adjust to their new life - but they enjoy lots of country adventures along the way.
Enid Blyton (1897-1968) is the world's best-selling children's author and has sold 600 million books internationally. Her unique sense of fantasy and adventure, combined with unforgettable characters, has seen generation after generation have fall for her timeless appeal, and she was voted the nation's most loved writer at the 2008 Costa Book Awards.