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Online Exhibitions: Seven Stories

Enid Blyton Online Exhibition, Seven Stories, Newcastle

Seven Stories is the National Centre for Children's Books. Their exhibitions are enjoyed by families, children, interested adults, budding authors and illustrators, schools and nurseries. Their Ouseburn-based visitor attraction is currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic however, three of their previous exhibitions are available to enjoy online.

Seven Stories have digitised some of their popular exhibitions so that you can enjoy the stunning artwork, interesting facts and carefully curated exhibitions from anywhere in the world! Here are three exhibitions showcasing some of the best in their archive collection.

Twists and Tails - the Story of Angelina Ballerina

Celebrate Katharine Holabird and Helen Craig’s best–selling series through manuscripts and illustrations from our our Angelina Ballerina Collection.

Tiger, Mog and Pink Rabbit - A Judith Kerr Retrospective

One of Seven Stories' most popular exhibition, Judith Kerr's delightful illustrations and incredible childhood history has been on tour across the UK. Browse early illustrations, letters and artwork from our collection.

Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts - The Many Adventures of Enid Blyton

One of the most prolific authors of all time, Enid Blyton (1897-1968) wrote between 600 and 700 books - so many that even she wasn't sure of the exact number! She wrote stories full of fantasy, she wrote school story, adventure and mystery. Explore our Enid Blyton exhibition online.

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