Good Work, Secret Seven

By: Enid Blyton

Catalogue Number: XY5-L99H

Good Work, Secret Seven

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Hachette Children's Books
  • ISBN: 9781444913484
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Synopsis

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories. Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen. They saw the thieves, and now all the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they are on the trail of a dangerous gang, the Seven don't feel quite so brave. This time, they might have taken on too much. Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Author's Biography

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.

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