10 thoughts on “Five Go Adventuring Again

  1. Mark Lawrence Mark Lawrence says:

    I read about a dozen of the Famous Five books when I was a kid but I never really looked at the list of titles in the back to appreciate that in fact there were about two dozen of them and I had a ran

  2. Paul E. Morph Paul E. Morph says:

    I m not feeling well today so this will be brief.The second Famous Five book picks up one school term after the first one finishes The kids are all excited to see each other again and excited because it s

  3. Juli Juli says:

    The five come together again at the Christmas holidays Julian, Dick, Anne and George don t call her Georgina and of course Timothy the dog all gather at Kirran Cottage But not everything is going to be fun and

  4. Sophie Crane Sophie Crane says:

    This is the second Famous Five novel in the series, and of course is packed full of action and excitement George Georgina , Anne , Dick, Julian and the dog Timothy find themselves once again tackling baddies, this t

  5. Sally906 Sally906 says:

    I have read the whole series over and over again I never tire of it This book is the second in the series and the George, Anne, Julian and Dick along with Timmy the dog return to Kirrin Cottage for the Christmas break Sa

  6. First Second Books First Second Books says:

    I was informed this weekend that I was shockingly remiss for not having already read Enid Blyton s Famous Five series, so I set out at once to remedy this mistake easy enough, as I was standing in the middle of New York City

  7. Mike Sumner Mike Sumner says:

    I first read this as a child in 1954 I think it was Like most of my contemporaries I loved The Famous Five series Re reading 60 years on was a piece of pure nostalgia Of course it s a book for children but then I m a big kid at he

  8. W W says:

    I read quite a few Enid Blyton books when I was a kid.It was good fun.

  9. Kelly-Marie Kelly-Marie says:

    George is my all time favourite character along with Timmy the dog as she s such a rebellious character 5 stars

  10. Bev Walkling Bev Walkling says:

    This book is the second in Enid Boston s Famous Five series and to truly understand it, one should know that it was first published in 1943 in the middle of wartime The four children and Timothy are spending school Christmas break at George s ho

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