Enid Blyton

The Secret Seven

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Published 1949 by Brockhampton
Buff cloth, red titles
Dust jacket priced at 5/-
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Enid Blyton Secret 7

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SYNOPSIS

" WE'D better have a meeting of the Secret Seven," said Peter to Janet. " We haven't had one for ages." " Oh, yes, let's ! " said Janet, shutting her book with a bang. " It isn't that we've forgotten about the Society, Peter—it's just that we've had such a lot of exciting things to do in the Christmas holidays we simply haven't had time to call a meeting." " But we must," said Peter. " It's no good having a Secret Society unless we use it. We'd better send out messages to the others." " Five notes to write," groaned Janet. " You're quicker at writing than I am. Peter—you write three and I'll write two." " Woof! " said Scamper, the golden spaniel. " Yes, I know you'd love to write one, too, if you could," said Janet, patting the silky golden head. " You can carry one in your mouth to deliver. That can be your joba Scamper." " What shall we say ? " said Peter, pulling a piece of paper towards him and chewing the end of his pen as he tried to think of words.

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