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An Enid Blyton Five Find-Outers Mystery

Advantages: Quick and enjoyable read
Disadvantages: Not as good as others in the series

The Enid Blyton Mystery Series The Mystery of the Missing Necklace is the fifth book in a series written by Enid Blyton featuring the Five Find-Outers & Dog. This is a series running along very similar lines to the Famous Five series, also written ...

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Review of Mystery Of The Missing Necklace - Enid Blyton

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Second adventure in the Famous Five series (book 2 in series)

Advantages: Jolly good wholesome adventure story
Disadvantages: May seem a bit old fashioned and simple to some.

No idea why they have the image they do! Cost On Amazon currently: RRP £5.99 but selling for £4.08. Comes in many versions, one being: Paperback: 192 pages Hodder Children's Books; New Ed edition (19 Mar 1997) ISBN: 978-0340681077 ...

rolandrat123 14.06.2014 · Read full review
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Review of Five Go Adventuring Again - Enid Blyton

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Naughtiest Girl In The School - Being naughty is not that easy!

Advantages: Good storylines
Disadvantages: None

The Naughtiest Girl in the School is the first novel in The Naughtiest Girl series, written by best-loved British children author, Enid Blyton, and was first published in 1940. There are a total of ten books in the series. Enid Blyton had written over 60 ...

bluecrystal511 09.01.2013 · Read full review
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Children's adventure tale, not really dated after 60yrs (book 14)

Advantages: Exciting adventure story
Disadvantages: May be a bit too 'middle class' for some

Background The Famous Five books are a series of 21 stories written almost annually by Enid Blyton. The Five mentioned in each title are three siblings - Julian, Dick and little sister Anne together with their cousin Georgina (who insists on bei ...

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Review of Five Have Plenty of Fun - Enid Blyton

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Adventure Ahead!

Advantages: excitement, adventure, fast-paced
Disadvantages: a bit dated

The Valley of Adventure is the third book in Enid Blyton’s Adventure series. This series consists of eight books which follow the exploits of four children, Philip, Jack, Dinah and Lucy-Ann, along with Jack’s parrot Kiki and their friend Bill. These books ...

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