Enid Blyton

Five Have Plenty of Fun

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Published 1955 by Hodder & Stoughton
Red cloth, black titles
Dust jacket priced at 7/6
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"Yes—it's funny how we settle down at Kirrin so quickly," said Dick. "We only came yesterday, and I agree with you, Anne—it seems as if we've been here ages. I love Kirrin." "I hope this weather lasts out the three weeks we've got left of the holiday," said Julian, rolling away from Timmy, who was pawing at him, trying to make him play. "Go away Timmy. You're too energetic. We've bathed, had a run, played ball—and that's quite enough for a little while. Go and play with the crabs!" "Woof!" said Timmy, disgusted. Then he pricked up his ears as he heard a tinkling noise from the promenade. He barked again. "Trust old Timmy to hear the ice-cream man/1 said Dick. "Anyone want an ice-cream?" Everyone did, so Anne collected the money and went off to get the ice-creams, Timmy close at her heels. She came back with five cartons of ice-cream, Timmy jumping up at her all the way.

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