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ISBN: 1439585954
Author: Enid Blyton
Language: English
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Young Adults
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 587
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Enid Blyton’s stories of magic, adventure and friendship continue to enchant children the world over. Enid Blyton’s beloved works include The Famous Five, Malory Towers, The Faraway Tree and the Adventure series. Titles in the Adventure series: 1. The Island of Adventure.

Enid Blyton’s stories of magic, adventure and friendship continue to enchant children the world over. 2. The Castle of Adventure. 3. The Valley of Adventure. 4. The Sea of Adventure. 5. The Mountain of Adventure. 6. The Ship of Adventure. 7. The Circus of Adventure. 8. The River of Adventure. First published 1947 by Macmillan Children’s Books.

Valley of Adventure" is a bit more heavily plotted than some of the other Adventure books, so the action moves around . Her books are easy to read, understand and very engrossing for little kids

Valley of Adventure" is a bit more heavily plotted than some of the other Adventure books, so the action moves around more, there are more secret places, there are multiple escapes and there are more secondary characters with important roles than is usual. Her books are easy to read, understand and very engrossing for little kids.

The Valley of Adventure book. This is one dichotomy I find in all Enid Blyton books. The characters seem to love animals so much and still eat the very same animals

The Valley of Adventure book. The characters seem to love animals so much and still eat the very same animals. And she does not even try to explain it in a philosophical way like in certain Native Indian lore.

The Valley of Adventure" was the third of Blyton's "Adventure" series books, and was published in 1947. It has the same title in the . While all of the main characters return and the general arc of the plot is similar to those in the other Adventure books, this is the book in which Blyton best established an exciting and adventurous locale and a particularly effective combination of secret places, hidden treasures and scary bad guys.

The Valley of Advanture by Enid Blyton. Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. California Nursery Company - Roeding Southwest Railway Library San Diego History Center Cathedral City Historical Society Western Sonoma County Historical Society Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Occidental College Library.

The Valley of Adventure. Who are the two strange pilots, and what is the secret treasure hidden in the lonely valley where the children land? To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Nothing could be more exciting than a night flight on Bill's plane! But Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann and Jack soon find themselves flying straight into a truly amazing adventure. What has happened to Bill? Who are the two strange pilots, and what is the secret treasure hidden in the lonely valley where the children land? To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Original Adventure Series Novels by Enid Blyton. First Published in 1997 by HarperCollins Book 3 of 8 in this category. Adventure Squad by Dave Morris. Adventure Series TV Novelisations by Various Authors.

The Adventure Series by Enid Blyton, a prolific English children's author, is a series of eight children's novels. These books feature the same child characters: Philip, Jack, Dinah, and Lucy-Ann, along with several adult characters. Jack's pet parrot, Kiki, is also a standard feature in each novel. The stories show the four children off on their own, discovering and solving mysteries without much adult assistance

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Ironrunner
"The Valley of Adventure" was the third of Blyton's "Adventure" series books, and was published in 1947. It has the same title in the U.S. edition. While all of the main characters return and the general arc of the plot is similar to those in the other Adventure books, this is the book in which Blyton best established an exciting and adventurous locale and a particularly effective combination of secret places, hidden treasures and scary bad guys. It may well be that it is because of this combination that many readers identify this volume as their favorite from the Adventure series.

Of course, the book reintroduces Jack (the bird lover) and his sister Lucy-Ann (a bit on the timid side). They are orphans who are informally adopted by Mrs. Mannering because of their friendship with Mrs. Mannering's children and because of her great fondness for them. Mrs. Mannering's children are Philip (the animal whisperer) and Dinah (squeamish about animals, but level headed and independent). The cast is rounded out by Kiki, Jack's pet parrot and the comic relief. The children's ages range from 14 for Jack and Philip to 12 for Dinah and 11 for Lucy-Ann.

In each book the two sets of siblings find themselves on school vacation with Mrs. Mannering, (and by this book also with Bill Smugs, now a regular character, - Mrs. Mannering's friend and a member of an unspecified British secret service). Each book starts out with the family going on a simple, relaxing holiday, (here it's birding in the countryside), but mystery, suspense and skullduggery always rears its head about three chapters in. Here, the kids get on the wrong plane during a melee at the airport and find themselves in Austria.

"Valley of Adventure" is a bit more heavily plotted than some of the other Adventure books, so the action moves around more, there are more secret places, there are multiple escapes and there are more secondary characters with important roles than is usual. This book does feature the coolest hideout for the kids, (hint: it involves flowing water), and some of the best underground action.

This book recaps all of the characters, their relationships to each other, their various personalities and the group dynamics, (Philip teases Dinah, Lucy-Ann dotes on brother Jack, and so on), that will be consistent throughout the series. So, it's not necessary to have read book one, ("Island of Adventure"), or to have followed the books chronologically, but it probably would be helpful since the first book does establish all of the basics. (That said, each later book does rather efficiently set the basics out again, in the first chapters, for new readers.)

This is a stronger book from a girl's point of view, since the two girls are now much more involved in the most exciting parts than in the earlier book. Perhaps the strongest note, apart from the whiz bang adventure, is that apart from some teasing and the like all of the children trust and admire each other, and the siblings are loyal to each other and their friends. There is none of the incessant sibling conflict that is popular in many current books. There is no moralizing or preaching, but there is a powerful undercurrent of courage, bravery and doing one's duty that is always in the background.

Blyton was criticized by "serious" reviewers for using short declaratory sentences and an undemanding vocabulary. Her response was that she did not listen to any critic who was over 12 years old. That said, these are not light weight or simpleminded books. The characters have charm and individual personalities. There is no pretense of grand literary accomplishment, but these are exhilarating and suspenseful adventure tales, well told. It is a testament to their quality that most of the reviews at this site have been written by people who read the books in their childhoods and still remember them vividly.

And, these books do stand the test of time. Caves, tunnels, floods, deep holes, secret passages, hidden doors, underground rivers, abandoned buildings, creepy noises, mysterious lights and sounds - all of the standards of tween adventure - start here, in the hands of a writer who knew how to tell a gripping story.

These books were hard to find in the U.S. until reprints began to appear. I'm delighted to see that we now have Kindle versions, which makes it easy and relatively inexpensive to try one. If you have a tween or even younger reader who likes gung-ho adventure and imaginative larking about, then one of these might be worth a try.
Nikok
I was enchanted by this story from the time I read it as a child when I checked it out from the library. I forgot the name and the author's name, so I couldn't find a copy for myself until I recently found a website that helped me track it down from plot details--but I had an almost movie-like memory of the children and the waterfall and the cave with hidden art treasures. It's delightful to re-read this exciting children's adventure more than 40 years after I first read it!

Of course no normal children would have such adventures happen to them, but nevertheless, they are very "real" children for storybook children. They make mistakes (that's how this adventure happens) and quarrel sometimes. They are definitely not perfect goody-goody two shoes children, but they are good and they are fun. This will be a great story to read aloud to my grandchildren when they're a bit older. Meanwhile, it's fun for grandma to read to herself! In fact, I recently came across a sequel in an antique mall and snapped it up.
Deodorant for your language
Enid Blyton is one of my favorite children's author. Her books are easy to read, understand and very engrossing for little kids. I wanted to introduce her books to my children and ordered this one for my 8 year old. He loved the book and characters so much that he finished it in less than 3 days and has been wanting to read the rest of the novels in the adventure series. Im so delighted that I will definitely order more book sets from this author.
Kison
Great paperback quality of wonderful story!
Inth
Very satisfied with service and wonderful book
Mildorah
This was one of my favorite books as a young girl. I had to forgotten the name of the author and the title but remembers the exciting story. I am happy to have found it again.
Frdi
Still just as fantastic as when I first read it 30 years ago. Love it, bought the whole series again!
I recomend this book to anyone that likes a thrilling series
this book is again one of the best books ive read!

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