Secret Seven Win Through (Secret Seven, Book 7)

Secret Seven Win Through (Secret Seven, Book 7)

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 51

ISBN: 1444913492

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The meeting place of the Secret Seven is destroyed by their gardener. The seven are angry but they find a good cave for their meetings.. But somebody else is using it too. It's Susie, Jack's annoying sister who helps them catch the intruder.

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with his feet and swung on the rope with his hands. He climbed up it as he did at gym, and came to a broad ledge, where he rested for a moment or two. Then he stood on the ledge, putting his head up through the hole that still went upwards—and found that he was looking out of the hole into another cave above! He shone his torch around. He gave a yell to the others down below, but to them his voice sounded curiously muffled and hollow. They were quite startled to hear it. 'I say \ There's

mean, where we meet? I do think somebody might have told us.' 'Oh dear—I quite forgot to tell you that Daddy wanted it cleaned and mended,' said Mummy. 'It was almost falling to bits here and there, you know. But you can have it for your meeting-place again when it's finished. It will look nice and bright and clean then.' 'But we liked it old and dark and untidy,' said Peter mournfully. 'And I do think it's a pity to have it done in the holidays, Mummy, just when we want to use it.' 'Yes—I

mean, where we meet? I do think somebody might have told us.' 'Oh dear—I quite forgot to tell you that Daddy wanted it cleaned and mended,' said Mummy. 'It was almost falling to bits here and there, you know. But you can have it for your meeting-place again when it's finished. It will look nice and bright and clean then.' 'But we liked it old and dark and untidy,' said Peter mournfully. 'And I do think it's a pity to have it done in the holidays, Mummy, just when we want to use it.' 'Yes—I

lemonade—what about separating and hunting for a new meeting-place?' 'Right,' said everyone and got up. They all went off up the path to the front gate, and most of them were murmuring two words to themselves as they went. 'Easter-egg! Easter-egg! I must remember Easter-egg!' CHAPTER THREE Plenty of Ideas AT six o'clock that evening there was a continual noise of footsteps up the path to the little summer-house. Janet, Peter, and Scamper were inside, waiting. 'Easter-egg,' said Jack,

of Jack's. Plastic cups had been neatly put in a row by Janet, and on a wider ledge she had put Jack's bottles and syphons. A tin stood in one corner. It had in it some of the food that the Seven had brought, and on another ledge stood a tin of boiled sweets, a packet of oatmeal biscuits, and two bars of chocolate brought by Pam. A small jar of potted crab paste stood next to a jar of home-made strawberry jam. 'It all looks very good,' said Peter approvingly. 'Very good indeed.' 'Yes. We've

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