Good Old Secret Seven

Good Old Secret Seven

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 160

ISBN: 0340917652

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


There are strange happenings indeed at Torling Castle! Someone is hiding out in the ruined tower, making the resident jackdaws very unsettled. Who is it, and what do they want? The Secret Seven are on it...

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see,' said Peter. 'Well, what do the others say? Do we believe it or not?' 'I believe it,' said Pam. 'Susie's a fathead and a nuisance, but I've never known her to tell even a small fib at school to get herself out of trouble. She's too proud to do that. She'd rather take her punishment.' 'She's more like a boy, really,' said Barbara, which made all the boys look scornfully at her. 'Well, you know what I mean,' she went on. 'She's brave — and bold, and don't-care-ish — and she doesn't cry if she

— and a jolly fine one, too!' 'A telescope!' said everyone, excited. Yes — now they could see that it was. Jack began to take off the wrappings sulkily, as Susie went on talking. 'Well, Jack's idea was to bring it down here and give it to the Secret Seven,' said Susie. 'But Mother said Uncle Bob meant me to share it — and I didn't see why you Secret Seven should have it all. I knew I'd never see it once it was installed in this shed. So I argued with Jack…' 'Shouted the place down, you mean!'

down with us. I expect he'll turn up,' said Peter. 'He's probably chasing his old enemy — the stable cat. He still thinks he can catch her, though he never will.' 'Look what Cookie's given us,' said Janet, showing Peter a tin full of buns. 'Currant buns warm from the oven — and a home-made macaroon for each of us!' 'Good old Cookie!' said Peter, sniffing at the warm buns. 'One of these days I'll buy her a medal. Buck up, Janet — the others will be here in half a minute. I hope they'll all

looking out of the windows, but could see nothing at all. The jackdaws circled overhead all the time, calling loudly, disturbed at seeing so many children. 'Chack, chack!' they called. 'Chack, chack!' And Jack answered at once. 'Glad you know me! How are you all?' 'Ass!' said Peter, laughing. 'My word — what an enormous number there are! Now, what shall we do first? Look round the old place — go down into the dungeons and snoop around? Eat our biscuits?' 'Let's go inside and eat there,' said

He set it up again and peered through it excitedly. But now the doorway was empty. No one stood there. Peter felt really vexed. 'Couldn't you have waited a bit to lick me?' he said to Scamper. 'Oh goodness — now there's Mother calling me — and by the time I get back to the boxroom, it'll be too late to spot whoever it was!' His mother kept him busy for the rest of the morning, and in the afternoon he had to do his homework. He longed to go up and look through the telescope. So did Janet. There

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