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Summary

Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog find excitement and adventure wherever they go in Enid Blyton's most popular series.

In book 21, the Famous Five are camping out near the home of a famous scientist. But when his important research papers go missing, he needs the gang's help to get them back.

Can the Five work out who took them? And why?

©1963 Enid Blyton (P)2013 Hodder Children's Books

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Five Are Together Again (21)

Yes, this was to be the twenty-first and indeed the final 'Five' adventure in Blyton's superlative series. Once again our plucky Five, who due to an outbreak of Scarlet Fever in Kirrin Cottage, are forced to stay with their friend Tinker, the only child of one of Uncle Quentin's scientist peers. Cue: camping, a circus, a mysterious tower, stolen blueprints and more primates than you can shake a banana at. All in all, a spiffing time was had by all.

Ann Beach is an excellent narrator and performs each and every character with aplomb.

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Super book

Read this book even if you don’t like Enid Blyton these adults use to be children in the first book greatest famous five book

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