Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog find excitement and adventure wherever they go in Enid Blyton's most popular series.
In their third adventure, the Famous Five discover that someone has been on George's island. And what is locked in the mysterious trunk hidden on Kirrin Island?
The Famous Five think they're on the trail of smugglers - until they hear a child scream....
©1944 Enid Blyton (P)2013 Hachette Children's Books
I think they would enjoy this book because I enjoyed it.
I liked it when they went to Kirrin Island because they had not been there since last summer.
If you have the audio book you can listen to it anywhere. If you read the book in a car it is bumpy and harder to read and you can get sick.
This book made me laugh a lot.
I think this is the best audio book I have ever heard.
"the only fact I can get be so much better if I had a great"
I was amazing unique soothing so many people willthings and like a good time to time and money and for the first half of you and your friends are like a little more of the day before I get a follow back on my way home and I don't think that I have a great way of the day before the game is a great day for me and my sister just told me that I don't have the
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The book is immensely descriptive and beautiful with an unexpected plot twist (which shatters this new found peace). But will they ever escape the sticks three thumbs? Buckle your seat belts book-lovers, the famous five are back🚹🚹🚹🚺🐕 : )!!!!
"lovely book and reading"
my 7 year old loved this book first audiobook he has listen too. very well read.
Love it, narrator was clear and liked different voices for different people in the story. Extraordinary, epic and very very very VERY good 😊
Thank you for making my day special and better.
Was painful to listen to. First two Famous Five stories had some old-fashioned aspects re gender etc. but had fun stories and characters to take you along on the adventure, but this one had overt bullying, classism, stereotypes, sexist gender roles.. I finished the book because I'd already bought the next one and was just something easy to listen to going to sleep, but everything, not least the simplistic "taste of their own medicine" morality, is not a positive message for kids or anyone in more ~enlightened times so proceed with caution.
Sorry to be killjoy as I know this was written in the 40s/50s so I wasn't expecting up-to-date representation but just so people know what they're getting into as this one's especially frustrating and I couldn't just go along with the fun romp when so much of it was at the expense of others etc.
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