The Famous Five: Five Have Plenty of Fun is the fourteenth book in The Famous Five series authored by Enid Blyton, best-loved children’s books authors of all time. This book will make for a delightful and entertaining read for children aged between 10 and 12.
Summary of the Book
The Famous Five – Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog, are off to stay at Kirrin Cottage with George’s parents. Berta is the daughter of one of the American scientists working on a secret project with Uncle Quentin. She turns up at the cottage in the middle of the night dressed up like a boy. George is completely ticked off about this, as she likes to be the one mistaken for a boy. But there is no time to be jealous! Berta is hiding from sinister kidnappers and she is in desperate need of help. Will The Famous Five be able to protect Berta from the kidnappers?
About Enid Blyton
Enid Mary Blyton was an English writer known best for her children's novels and stories. She is remembered for her Noddy, The Famous Five, and The Secret Seven series. A prolific writer, Blyton sometimes produced up to fifty books a year.
Worth the money
18 Sep, 2016
Very good read
22 Jan, 2012