Free eBook Five Go Down to the Sea (Galaxy Children's Large Print Books) download
by Enid Blyton
Author: Enid Blyton
Publisher: Galaxy; Large Print edition (May 1, 1997)
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
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Five Go Down To The Sea is the twelfth novel in The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. It was first published in 1953
Five Go Down To The Sea is the twelfth novel in The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. It was first published in 1953. Siblings Julian, Dick and Anne Kirrin, and their cousin Georgina 'George' Kirrin and her dog, Timmy, spend a holiday at a coastal farm in Cornwall. There, they are hosted by the garrulous Mrs Penruthlan and her enormous husband, whose monosyllabic utterances they find incomprehensible.
It's such an exciting book,' said Dick, and shut it with a clap. His brown eyes looked from one to the other, enjoying the children's excitement.
Enid Blyton Five Go To Smuggler's Top Famous Five -4 Chapter One. BACK TO KIRRIN COTTAGE ONE fine day right at the beginning of the Easter holidays, four children and a dog travelled by train together. Soon be there now,' said Julian, a tall strong boy, with a determined face. Woof,' said Timothy the dog, getting excited, and trying to look out of the window to. Get down, Tim,' said Julian, 'Let Anne have a look. It's such an exciting book,' said Dick, and shut it with a clap.
When the children lay down on their tummies and looked cautiously over, it. .Then, sitting on a slight slope, looking out to the blue sea, the five of them had a glorious meal
When the children lay down on their tummies and looked cautiously over, it gave them a queer feeling to see the sea so very very far below, moving slowly in and out, with only a far-off rumble to mark the breaking of the waves. The children watched the birds going and coming endlessly to and from the narrow cliff ledges. It was a marvellous sight. Then, sitting on a slight slope, looking out to the blue sea, the five of them had a glorious meal. I always think,’ began Lucy-Ann, munching a couple of biscuits with butter and cream cheese between them.
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Series: Galaxy Children's Large Print Books . Paperback: 144 pages. Publisher: Galaxy (December 1, 2001). 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. Published on January 31, 2016.
The Famous Five is a series of children's adventure novels written by English author Enid Blyton. Five Have a Wonderful Time (1952). Five Go Down to the Sea (1953). The first book, Five on a Treasure Island, was published in 1942. The novels feature the adventures of a group of young children – Julian, Dick, Anne and Georgina (George) – and their dog Timmy. The stories take place in the children's school holidays after they have returned from their respective boarding schools. Enid Blyton wrote 21 Famous Five books: Five on a Treasure Island (1942). Five Go Adventuring Again (1943). Five Go to Mystery Moor (1954). Five Have Plenty of Fun (1955).
Enid Blyton en fetched for some of the extra children, the noise was tremendous. Everyone was laughing and talking, some of the children were clapping for the show to begin, and the excited farm dogs were yapping and barking at the top of their voices! Timmy was excited, too. He welcomed everyone with a bark and a vigorous wag. Yan was with him, and George was sure that he was pretending that.
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