Enid Blyton's 'Noddy' by Zac Zafino, in MUHIBAH, Magazine of Royal Brunei Airlines,

By: Deborah Nock, Editor

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Enid Blyton's 'Noddy' by Zac Zafino, in MUHIBAH, Magazine of Royal Brunei Airlines, by Deborah Nock, Editor
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Royal Brunei Airlines, Brunei Darussalam, July/Aug 1997. glossy Inflight magazine, 8¾" x 11¼. Magazine in VERY GOOD condition. Zac Zafino dusts off the memories of childhood and re-acquaints himself with some old friends - Enid Blyton, who published more than 700 books, and 'Noddy' and his friends from Toytown (Blyton biography and Noddy toy exhibition). IN THE SAME ISSUE: "The Last Shoemaker" a two-page feature from Ed Bailitis. By 1988, only ten women with bound feet remained in Penang and Malacca. For Mr Yeo, shoemaker for women with 3" long feet, it is now the end of an era; he has only one customer left, and she's over 100 years old (photographs).

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