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The Secret Seven: Three Exciting Adventures is a collection of three thrilling adventures, Secret Seven Win Through, Three Cheers Secret Seven and Secret Seven Mystery of the secret seven society.
Summary Of The Book
The Secret Seven are a group of child detectives who are always on an adventure. This book is a collection of three of the most famous stories of secret seven penned down by Enid Blyton. The Secret Seven consists of Peter, who is the leader of the society, Janet, Jack, Barbara, George, Pam and Colin.
In Secret Seven Win Through, the secret place where they meet to discuss about their adventures is destroyed by their gardener. They eventually find a good spot in a cave for their secret meetings, but someone else is using the cave too. Will they be able to get hold of the intruder?
In Three Cheers Secret Seven, Susie’s aeroplane lands in a locked up house. When Peter and Jack go to fetch it back, they come across a fire burning in the house. Who is in the house? Will the Secret Seven be able to solve the mystery on their own or will inform the owners about this mysterious episode?
In Secret Seven Mystery, the seven find that Elizabeth Mary Welhemina Sonning has disappeared mysteriously after she is blamed for stealing money from her teacher's desk. Will they be able to find her and solve the mystery behind the theft?
The Secret Seven: Three Exciting Adventures will make for an ideal read for children aged between 10 and 12 years.
About Enid Blyton
Enid Blyton was a celebrated English writer for children. Enid Blyton has written other books like Enid Blyton's Nature Lessons, The Bird Book, The Adventures of Odysseus, Tales of the Ancient Greeks and Persians, More Letters from Bobs, The Talking Teapot, Heyo, Brer Rabbit!, A Book of Magic, Five O'Clock Tales, Chimney Corner Stories, Tenth Tell-a-Story Book, and Mr. Pink Whistle's Big Book.
Enid Blyton was born in East Dulwich, London and went to St. Christopher’s School. She sacrificed her piano talents for teacher training at Ipswich High School. She was a teacher at Surbiton, Bickley and Chessington for a period of five years. She married Major Hugh Alexander Pollock, an editor at book publisher George Newnes, in 1924. Enid Blyton was also a prolific short story writer and most of them were published in Sunny Stories, her magazine. Her books have been translated into almost ninety global languages and she has written almost eight hundred books throughout a period of forty years. She is known for her popular book series collections which have sold more than 600 million copies globally.
|Publisher||Hachette Children's Books|
|Imprint||Hodder Children's Books|
|Series & Set Details|
|Series Name||Secret Seven|
|Age Group||9 - 12 Years|