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Famous Five: Five Go Off To Camp

Book 7
Narrated by: Jan Francis
Series: Famous Five, Book 7
Length: 4 hrs and 44 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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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 seven, the Famous Five investigate spook trains in the dead of night. The trains seem to vanish into thin air, but where do they go? The Five discover an unusual underground tunnel system and a secret train-service.

If they follow the tracks, will they solve the mystery?

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

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Nice Book,,,,BUT,,,,,,,,

another nice book from Enib Blyton amd very well read by Jan Francis,,,,but,,,,,like most of these books,,,,,very very very over-priced....especially if,,like me,,,,you might want to get the whole collection.

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brillitant as usual!

fabulous stories and wonderful narrator.. the children all wish the series would never end. ha

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great series, classics!

Great books for kids and adults when in the car. Passes the time effortlessly and very enjoyable

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  • JJ
  • 18-01-18

What I gave this book a 4 for

I'm so very sorry but I don't under stand why Sam said that the spook trains were drove by well I would say ghosts
It doe not make any sends but apart from that I loved it every night I could not help staying up late listening to famous five.
As much as I love harry potter this book is just,uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuum well what ever merry Poppins says (I can't say it or write it,I'm useless!!)





I love the famous five books and I hope u do more
I also like how there is very good words and the voice goes high and low picht really hope u do more

From the person who devowers your amazing books!!!!!!!!!!!

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Simply Smashing!

Most enjoyable and nostalgic. Takes one back to the early 1950's. Good old Famous Five!

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cool book

Love it .I recommend for all ages.Love the spook trains.They scared me a bit.Hahahahaha.
Read now.

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I can not sleep

Very night for bed I put it on sleep timer, end of chapter,and the chapter ends I always have to put the next chapter on. P.s it is so exciting.

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A jolly exciting story

Read as well as ever by Jan Francis - she really does read extremely well and with feeling but without being 'twee'. These audiobooks keep us all hooked from start to finish.

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Five Go Off To Camp (Book 7)

Once again our quirky quintet take off to the moors in search of a good old rollicking adventure. They are accompanied by Julian and Dick's schoolmaster, Mr Luffy, a man obsessed with creepy crawlies. The small group set up camp near a farm, where they befriend a young boy, Jock, whose mother and stepfather own the smallholding. There's talk of 'spook trains' running under the moors and why is the farm so prosperous when all of the labourers seem somewhat workshy?

It's another great adventure with plenty to draw the listener in. Jan Francis, as ever, remains an excellent narrator.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-11-19

Amazing

This is a really great story. it’s exciting and thrilling,
but it can be a bit scary for kids under the age of 10.