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ISBN:0340569840
Author: Enid Blyton
ISBN13: 978-0340569849
Title: Go Ahead, Secret Seven
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Language: English
Category: Action and Adventure
Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton; Rev Ed edition (1992)
Pages: 112

Go Ahead, Secret Seven by Enid Blyton



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The Secret Seven Society was having its usual weekly meeting. Its meeting place was down in the old shed at the bottom of the garden belonging to Peter and Janet. On the door were the letters . The Secret Seven altered the word every week, just in case anyone should get to hear of it. Peter looked at everyone keenly as they came in and sat down. Where's your badge, Jack?î he asked. Jack looked uncomfortable. I'm awfully sorry,î he said, ìbut I think Susie's got it.

Go Ahead Secret Seven. Book 5 of 15 in this category. She asks a question that has been asked in the Enid Blyton Society forums: "Why don't you let me belong?" And the answer is that they don't want her! They have to limit themselves to seven members of course anyway. When Peter gets home he tells Janet that they've got to call a meeting, the only reason being that Susie jeered at him for not having.

Read "Go Ahead, Secret Seven Book 5" by Enid Blyton with Rakuten Kobo. The Secret Seven are siblings Peter and Janet, and Jack, Barbara, Pam, Colin and George  . Together they are The Secret Seven - ready to solve any mystery, any time - in Enid Blyton's classic series of 15 mystery novels. In book five, a sinister-looking man gets George in trouble with the police. The Secret Seven are outraged. Spying on him, the gang are certain he's bad news, but what exactly is he up to? They need to investigate, and solve the mystery, once and for all.

We'd better have a meeting of the Secret Seven, said Peter to Janet. We haven't had one for ages. Oh, yes, let's! said Janet, shutting her book with a bang. The Secret Seven Society was one that Peter and Janet had invented. on. There you are, said Peter, passing his sheet of paper to Janet. Mummy said we could go out; it's a nice sunny morning – but won't it be cold! Woof! woof! said Scamper, running to the door when he heard the word out. He pawed at the door impatiently.

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This book was quite exciting for me because each secret seven had to shadow a person on the street and that was pretty scary if I was doing it by myself. George, one of their secret seven group got in trouble by a policemen by shadowing someone in the dark. He told the group that he couldn't join any meetings anymore with them.

Go Ahead, Secret Seven. Title: Go Ahead, Secret Seven. Year of publication: 1974. We appreciate the impact a good book can have.

Reviews: 7
Nea
My daughters LOVE Enid Blyton & the Secret Seven series. They were delighted to get more books in the series. So happy to see that you have these available. Both my husband & I read these books when we were 7 +.
Геракл
My 8 year old loves these books. They are innocent and capture her imagination. I grew up reading these books and love that my daughters are enjoying them too.
Cordaron
I loved the Secret Seven as a kid, and love reading it to my daughters.
Dordred
Secret seven books are awesome to me my kindle fire has this book and the 4th in real life I have 1'2 and 3.
Flamekiller
Great fun for kid
Will read the whole series of Secret Seven books at this rate
the years have not wearied this series of books
GODMAX
Not as spooky as the Famous Five series but still a good value read for the younger kids to begin with
komandante
THE “SECRET SEVEN” SERIES

THEY ARE THE BEST FOR A FIRST READ!

Enid’s early works include the ‘Secret Seven Society’ books featuring Peter (the society's leader), Janet (Peter's sister), Jack, Barbara, George, Pam and Colin. They were the catalyst which encouraged me to start reading more than 50 years ago. Thank you, Enid.

The BBC, many public libraries, local authorities and alleged educational experts have been completely wrong about the worth of the Blyton works. I can remember having substantial difficulty obtaining the original versions of the books. Quite a few shops would not stock them then but they were wonderful stories for teenagers! The tales are great to read for their simplicity and straightforwardness.

When one did find copies of the book they were quite expensive all those years ago but great to own. I loved the physical appearance of the books as well which I treasured as a youngster with the way in which the books were produced then making them somehow much easier to read.

It’s a delight to read these stories of adventure again in middle age although recent editing has diminished some of the memories I have of the original editions and words used then (but I am now getting old).

Never mind… these books remain one of my best friends for life: they began my own reading adventure so do read these special adventures of the Secret Seven Society for yourselves.
THE “SECRET SEVEN” SERIES

THEY ARE THE BEST FOR A FIRST READ!

Enid’s early works include the ‘Secret Seven Society’ books featuring Peter (the society's leader), Janet (Peter's sister), Jack, Barbara, George, Pam and Colin. They were the catalyst which encouraged me to start reading more than 50 years ago. Thank you, Enid.

The BBC, many public libraries, local authorities and alleged educational experts have been completely wrong about the worth of the Blyton works. I can remember having substantial difficulty obtaining the original versions of the books. Quite a few shops would not stock them then but they were wonderful stories for teenagers! The tales are great to read for their simplicity and straightforwardness.

When one did find copies of the book they were quite expensive all those years ago but great to own. I loved the physical appearance of the books as well which I treasured as a youngster with the way in which the books were produced then making them somehow much easier to read.

It’s a delight to read these stories of adventure again in middle age although recent editing has diminished some of the memories I have of the original editions and words used then (but I am now getting old).

Never mind… these books remain one of my best friends for life: they began my own reading adventure so do read these special adventures of the Secret Seven Society for yourselves.