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Author: Enid Blyton
ISBN13: 978-0340182413
Title: Fun for the Secret Seven
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Knight; New Ed edition (1977)
Pages: 96

Fun for the Secret Seven by Enid Blyton

Hodder Children's Books (2010). com . SUMMARY: The Seven are desperate to help old man Tolly, and his ageing, frail horse, Brownie. But where can the Secret Seven take him? And can they protect dear old Brownie from cunning thieves. Fun for the Secret Seven. One. A meeting, please!

The Secret Seven meeting was soon under way. Jack stood up to tell everyone why he had wanted it called that afternoon. He looked worried, and spoke earnestly.

I used to read Enid Blyton when I was young and the Secret Seven were one of my fav along with the Famous Five. Although as I recall, the Secret Seven used to solved mysteries, this however was targeted at a much younger audience it seems. This is undoubtedly the worst book that Enid Blyton ever wrote, and the fact that she seems to have all but totally lost her mental faculties by this point is undoubtedly to blame.

We'd better have a meeting of the Secret Seven, said Peter to Janet. We haven't had one for ages. 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.

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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 fifteen, the Seven are determined to help out. They are very fond of Tolly and his sick horse, Brownie.

He ends his note with a slightly provocative statement "isn't it about time we met again, before we all forget we're the Secret Seven?" Peter is embarrassed by the fact that they haven't had any meetings for a while. It also turns out that he is very untidy and his room is like a pigsty.

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.

A friend of the Secret Seven brings to their notice the plight of old Tolly and his sick horse Brownie. The Secret Seven come to the rescue - but how can they find shelter for the old man, his horse and dog, pay the vet's bills, and prevent Brownie's real owner from having the horse shot? And what can they do about the threat of the horse thieves? The Secret Seven have thrilling adventures - read this book and take part in one of them.
Reviews: 7
It came on time, well-packaged and in very good condition.

Enid Blyton knows how to write a suspenseful book and always in an interesting location like on the Moors. You feel as if you are right there with the children experiencing the adventure. It's a fun book whether you're first reading it as a child or years later as an adult.

It's written back some years, but it doesn't matter. It's still an adventure-although in these days, you couldn't live like that and go off without parental protection.
I read this book for nostalgic value having originally read it 40 years ago when I was a child.
It was most enjoyable, although slightly far fetched. Why would the bad guys go to all the time and effort to fire up and run a steam engine (it takes a couple of hours to raise a fire and heat the water in the boiler to build up sufficient steam to move a train) just to haul a few dozen boxes a distance of about two miles? It would have been much easier to drive a truck through the tunnel.
Nonetheless it is still a fascinating adventure for the Famous Five to solve.
Definitely recommended.
As formulaic as any other novel for kids or adults - Grisham and LeCarre could both learn a lesson about complete storytelling here, but what the hey, they and others make the big bucks, so what do I know. Enid Blyton was an excellent writer. She engages, delights, scares, and gives us the release of the success of her characters. Read these books as a kid. A treat to relive my childhood in the sixties in England. Also, the series provides a look into the thoughts, beliefs, relationships, and character of the period. Entertaining reading. Kids today, and their parents, may find many levels of discourse here, but mainly they are just fun to read.
My Mom recommended these series for my 10 year old and we absolutely loved it. The kindle edition is affordable...I believe the paperbacks are out of print or expensive
I introduced my niece to these books and she reads them voraciously. Though the times in these series are dated.. it still mesmerizes the young readers..
Good memories of childhood!
Read these books in junior high. Good stories that take you to their adventures. Planning to buy the whole collection.
What an adventure I wish I could have. I know just the place where it could've happened. Well done Enid Blyton!