), this change to the plot just made the whole story not make sense, ie, why would everyone be so terrified of a scolding?
Also I don't think my children would have been particularly traumatised by the original.
More ludicrous however were the plot changes, eg, when Dame Snap (who I always knew as Dame Slap) simply scolded rather than spanked the children.
While I am not a huge fan of corporal punishment (in real life!
There was much publicity over the demise of 'The Three Gollies' (the title of the last Dean version to be published), but there was barely a whisper over the disappearance of the Circus books.
Quite simply circuses with animals are no longer PC, and as all Enid's circus books have stories that revolve strongly around animals, it would have been an impossible task to attempt to write them out of the books, so the easiest option was to just not publish them.
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Well - here's hoping that the publishers get some sense and reprint them.
'Come to the Circus' in particular was an excellent book and it is sad that it is no longer available. I guess I would rather have an updated edition to read, instead of them completely disappearing.
At least, when I get to read a new version, I get to know what the story used to be like.
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The following thread contains a fairly recent discussion about changes to the Find-Outers books - there are similar discussions on other series too in various threads:viewtopic.php?