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by Enid Blyton

eBook Five Get into a Fix (Famous Five Centenary Editions) ePub
Author: Enid Blyton
Language: English
ISBN: 0340704276
ISBN13: 978-0340704271
Publisher: Hodder Children's Books; New Ed edition (1998)
Pages: 200
Category: Action & Adventure
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 468
Formats: doc azw mobi txt
ePub file: 1995 kb
Fb2 file: 1655 kb

Five Get into a Fix (Famous Five, Published 2001 by Hodder Children's Books. Paperback, 250 pages.

Five Get into a Fix (Famous Five, Published 2001 by Hodder Children's Books. Author(s): Enid Blyton. ISBN: 0340796316 (ISBN13: 9780340796313). ISBN: 0340681225 (ISBN13: 9780340681220).

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Enid Blyton: Five Get Into Trouble (Famous Five 1. What had Uncle Quentin done now? Julian winked at Dick, and Anne kicked George under the table.

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Five Get into a Fix is a children's novel written by Enid Blyton and published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1958. It is the seventeenth book in the Famous Five series. Siblings Julian, Dick and Anne are at home for the Christmas holidays with their cousin George and her dog, Timmy. The children are suffering coughs, which results in them being sent via a hired car to a farm named Magga Glen in the Welsh mountains to recover.

Five Get into a Fix book. and the book spends all of two pages talking about skiing.

The Famous Five novels by Enid Blyton are a British institution in the United Kingdom and occupy a place in the bookshelves of nearly every self-respecting pre-teen

The Famous Five novels by Enid Blyton are a British institution in the United Kingdom and occupy a place in the bookshelves of nearly every self-respecting pre-teen. The format for the books is essentially the same - a band of children (on this case the Famous Five - Julian, Dick, Anne, George, and her dog Tim) get into a series of adventures thwarting criminals and solving mysteries.

Five Get Into a Fix' was written in 1958. It is the seventeenth book in Enid Blyton's popular 'Famous Five Series'. The setting for 'Five Get Into a Fix' is set in a different location - The Famous Five are staying in a chalet in the Welch mountains and having lots of fun in the snow. There's some strange business going on at night in the mysterious house near the chalet. But according to the caretaker nobody has lived there for years.

Dugor
Good memories of childhood!
Darksinger
Famous Five are fantastic reading for children
Quphagie
super..
JOGETIME
THE BEST FOR A FIRST READ!

Enid’s books were the catalyst which encouraged me to start reading more than 50 years ago. Thank you, Enid. The BBC, many libraries, local authorities and alleged educational experts have been completely wrong about the worth of the Blyton works. I can remember having substantial difficulty obtaining the original books as so many places would not stock them. The stories are great to read for their simplicity and straightforwardness.

When one did find copies of the book they were quite expensive all those years ago but great to own. I loved the letter on the back cover from Enid and the physical appearance of the book which I treasured as a youngster with the way the books were produced then which made them somehow much easier to read.

It’s a delight to read the stories again in middle age although recent editing has diminished some of the memories I have of the original editions and words used then (but I am now getting old). Never mind… these books remain one of my best friends for life: they began my reading adventure so do read these special adventures for yourselves.
Global Progression
Much like The Famous Five in this book, I was at home ill when I first read this novel. I remember though that despite having a slight fever and feeling in the worst state, that I was simply unable to put this book down, which should be no surprise since it is a very good read.

Perhaps it's that strong impression that this novel had on me. Or it's startling resemblance in style and content to three of the Blyton Adventure novels (love those) - "Castle of Adventure," "Island of Adventure" and "Mountain of Adventure." But this, the seventeenth in the series, is my all-time favorite of the series.

After a couple of disappointing books, this adventure seems to breathe new life into the series. Indeed it reads much more similar to the Adventure series of novels. There's also a change in locale for the book opens not in the familiar Kirrin, but instead towards the end of the Christmas holidays in the home of Julian, Dick and Anne. Soon though the group are sent to stay with the gardener's aunt (a Mrs. Jones) who rents rooms in Magga Glen in the Welsh mountain's in the hopes that the fresh sir will do the children good.

Persuading Mrs. Jones to let them stay in a mountainside chalet rather than at her farm, the Five begin to experience strange goings-on. There are underground rumblings and an eerie shimmering in the air. They also meet a young rascal of a girl in Aily (who bares a remarkable likeness to Tassie from "Castle of Adventure") and her dog Dai and lamb Fany.

Of course, one staple element in the Famous Five novels is complete without the presence of some secret tunnels and this novel is no exception. Aily shows them the passageways into a mysterious house with a tower (more shades of "Castle of Adventure") and also gives them a note she found that reveals that the woman they saw earlier in a window of the tower is being held prisoner.

That begins an entertaining series of adventures into the house and deep underground which will keep the reader engrossed. The novel itself, as with all the Famous Five adventures, is very "kid-safe" and easy to recommend.

The Famous Five novels by Enid Blyton are a British institution in the United Kingdom and occupy a place in the bookshelves of nearly every self-respecting pre-teen. When I was growing up in the UK I devoured all the Blyton books I could get a hold of and then went onto her Secret Seven and (my all-time favorite) Adventure series.

The format for the books is essentially the same - a band of children (on this case the Famous Five - Julian, Dick, Anne, George, and her dog Tim) get into a series of adventures thwarting criminals and solving mysteries. It's like Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, but imbued with that classic British idiom and that fast-paced, expertly crafted Blyton style that give it an edge over her American counterparts.

The success of the formula is perhaps best demonstrated by the fact that the majority of the Blyton books I read were handed down to me from my mother who had received them as a child herself in the 1940s and 1950s. It's an unusual feeling opening a book and seeing it inscribed to a parent when they were your age. There are 21 stories in the series and 40 years later in the 1980s the series was even continued by French author Claude Voilier (who wrote several continuation novels).

The majority of the books are compulsive reading and even as an adult I sometimes have that nostalgic desire to return to a more innocent time and read a Blyton novel.

These books are rather difficult to find in the United States though I was able to track down one online retailer that sells them as a complete set. However, if you want to sample the Famous Five series before putting down your hard earned cash for the entire series, this novel, is well worth the expense.

Your children will thank you for it

Incidentally there is a DVD production available in Region 2 of the first Famous Five adventure adventure ("Five on a Treasure Island." In the 1970s a British television series was also produced of the Famous Five adventures, and a second one in the 1990s and a 1981 movie adaptation of the first of the Adventure series (Island of Adventure).

Recommended.
Gadar
Enid Blyton books are always a pleasure to read. When I was a child, I could never get enough of them to read. As an adult now, I confess, I have still not got over the magic. I come from India where there are very few books available in the market for kids(as compared to the US)and Enid Blyton is undoubtedly the most popular children's books author there. Come to think of it, there is something truly magical about her stories. They are filled with all sorts of characters. She has written schools stores(St.Clares series, Malory towers series), adventure stories(famous five, mystery,secret seven etc), stories with elves, goblins,fairies etc. Practically every topic that could fascinate a kid(as well as an adult)is covered. The famous five series is an adventure series that relates the adventures of Julian, Dick, Anne and their cousin Georgiana(read George since she hates to be called by her actual name) and their dog Timmy. If you are an avid fan of mysteries and are not in the Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys groove yet, this is the best bet. One of the best features of this book is that it is thoroughly clean and ideal for kids. As a child I loved it and my parents never had a problem letting me read this stuff because it was clean! The adventures are exciting and will thrill any 8 or 9 year old. The five children always fall into one adventure or the other. They camp out, do exciting things, eat healthy food(something that kids today have a problem doing)and show good manners(another problem with most kids today). One of the reasons why these books were so popular with my parents was because of the way they depicted good manners, healthy habits and good values without the sermons on the same. The storyline is also well developed and the five children often end up catching smugglers, thieves and other bad elements with the usual share of treasure hunting. I remember spending many an afternoon with a famous five book and enjoying the pleasures of reading. Hope you get to do the same. A must read on all accounts.
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