Noddy Goes To Toyland (Noddy Classic Collection, Book 1): v. 1
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After Beek's death in 1953 the original style was maintained by illustrators Robert Tyndall, Peter Wienk, Mary Brooks and Robert Lee. Ok, so Noddy gets his car back but the Tootles intend to move off the next morning before Mr Plod could do anything about the theft. In 1963, Noddy was featured in the animated short film Noddy Goes to Toyland, it was produced by Arthur Humberstone for Enid Blyton. As he wanders through the woods naked, penniless, and homeless, he meets Big Ears, a friendly gnome. If you’d like to file an allegation of infringement, you’ll need to follow the process described in our Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy.
Dust jacket by Robert Lee and Robert Tyndall Tyndall/Wienk on the left and Tyndall/Lee on the right. The Tiny Noddy Books nos 1-6: A Tale of Little Noddy; Noddy Has More Adventures; Noddy Goes to the Seaside; Noddy has a Shock; Noddy Off to Rocking-Horse Land; Noddy and Big-Ears Have a Picnic. It's the perfect spot for readers to get a glimpse of what lies within the pages, helping them decide which book to dive into next.Sparks in the TV series in the early 1990s and later editions of the original books on redrawn pages. The train is always present but the carriages change colour, again, probably depending on the background. On one Noddy and Big Ears are not waving, on another the middle carriage has two policemen in it with the Golly and so on. Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places. First edition first printing FILE COPY Publishers FIle stamp to front inside board The front board bottom right hand corner and back bottom left hand corner is slightly bumped.
Noddy first appeared in a book series published between 1949 and 1963, illustrated by the Dutch artist Harmsen van der Beek from 1949 until his death in 1953, after which the work was continued by Peter Wienk. In the book Seven Deadly Wonders by Matthew Reilly, a character is nicknamed Noddy, while his best friend's nickname is Big Ears. The King and Queen of Toyland are Frankenstein's Monster and Olympia, the automaton from The Tales of Hoffmann. It is said that Enid Blyton took inspiration for Noddy from the village of Studland in Dorset where she would holiday virtually every summer. First edition, first printing Issue number 3 The front cover is generally clean with a few faint marks to the top right hand corner.Even today, 60 years after his 'birth' and just over 40 years after his creator's death, he is probably the main character to be associated with the name Enid Blyton. Interestingly, though, despite every edition you could imagine being in the Cave of Books (minus some omnibus editions) I have two versions of Noddy books that are not in there.