Enid Blyton's The Secret Seven

Enid Blyton

The Secret Seven

Meet Peter, Janet and Jack, Barbara, Pam, Colin and George. Together they are The Secret Seven - ready to solve any mystery, any time!
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Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 1: The Secret Seven

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Following the Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations, another classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers from the ever-popular Tony Ross.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

In their first adventure, the gang are dressed in disguise, following a lead to a spooky old house in the snow . . .

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

New editions of this classic series, illustrated by the wonderful Tony Ross.Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day.
Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 2: Secret Seven Adventure

By Enid Blyton
Following the Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations, another classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers from the ever-popular Tony Ross.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

When a priceless pearl necklace goes missing, the Secret Seven are the first off the mark to catch the thief. After all, they saw him escape. But will they be able to find the stolen necklace?

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.

Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day.
Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 3: Well Done, Secret Seven

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Following the highly successful Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations and reissues, the next classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers, from the ever-popular Tony Ross.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

The Secret Seven have a new meeting place - a treehouse! But someone else is using it too. The gang are furious, but then they learn the intruder is in big trouble, and needs their help. Can the Seven come to the rescue?

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day by the author herself, and more recently by Hachette's Secret Kingdom campaign.
Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 4: Secret Seven On The Trail

By Enid Blyton
Following the highly successful Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations and reissues, the next classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers from the ever-popular Tony Ross.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

Something mysterious is going on at Tigger's Barn, and the Secret Seven are intrigued. Peter thinks it's all just gossip, but Jack isn't so sure when he overhears a strange conversation. Soon, the Secret Seven are hurtling into a new adventure.

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day by the author herself, and more recently by Hachette's Secret Kingdom campaign.
Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 5: Go Ahead, Secret Seven

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Following the highly successful Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations and reissues, the next classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers from best-loved illustrator Tony Ross.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

When a sinister-looking man gets George into trouble with the police, the Secret Seven are outraged. Spying on him, the gang are certain he's bad news. But what exactly is he up to? They need to investigate, and solve the mystery once and for all.

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day.
Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 6: Good Work, Secret Seven

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Following the highly successful Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations and reissues, the next classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers - by Tony Ross, one of our most popular illustrators.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

Peter and Janet are the only witnesses when a car is stolen. They saw the thieves, and now all the Secret Seven are involved. But when they realise they are on the trail of a dangerous gang, the Seven don't feel quite so brave. This time, they might have taken on too much.

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day.
Hodder Children's Books

Secret Seven: 7: Secret Seven Win Through

By Enid Blyton

Following the highly successful Famous Five 70th anniversary celebrations and reissues, the next classic Blyton series gets a brand-new look for today's readers - by Tony Ross, one of our most popular illustrators.

The Secret Seven are Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Colin, George, Pam and Barbara. They meet every holiday in the shed at the bottom of Peter and Janet's garden - and solve mysteries, and eat lots of delicious food. But no one can enter the shed without whispering the secret password! There are 15 Secret Seven novels, and a collection of short stories.

The Secret Seven have a brand-new meeting place, but somebody else has been using it too!

Whoever they are, they'll return at night - and the gang are determined to put a stop to it. They'll catch the cheeky intruder, whatever it takes ...

Each book features rarely seen bonus Blyton: extra stories, a quiz, additional artwork and insights into Blyton's life and writing process.

Enid Blyton, 1897-1968, wrote over 600 books for children, and is still regarded as one of the most popular of all children's writers. In the 2008 Costa Book Awards, Enid Blyton was voted the best-loved author, ahead of Roald Dahl, JK Rowling and Shakespeare. Her books are translated into more than 90 languages, and have been adapted for film and TV. In 2012, Hodder Children's Books celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Famous Five by reissuing the first five titles, in aid of the charity House of Illustration, with new covers by Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell, Emma Chichester Clark, Oliver Jeffers and Helen Oxenbury.Next to the legendary Famous Five, the Secret Seven are Enid Blyton's best-known and loved set of characters. Their stories have been continuously in print since 1949.Features brand-new full-colour cover artwork, and inside illustrations by the ever-popular Tony Ross, best known for illustrating Horrid Henry, I Want My Potty and David Walliams' novels - plus exclusive bonus stories by, and fun facts about the series and its creator.Each book contains details on how readers can form their own Secret club - modelled on the clubs made popular in Enid Blyton's day.
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The Secret Seven

The Secret Seven or "Secret Seven Society" are a fictional group of child detectives created by Enid Blyton. They appear in one of several juvenile detective series Blyton wrote. The Secret Seven consists of Peter (the society's leader), Janet (Peter's sister), Jack, Barbara, George, Pam and Colin. Jack's sister Susie and her best friend Binkie often make an appearance in the books; they hate the Secret Seven and delight in playing tricks designed to humiliate them, although much of this is fuelled by their almost obsessive desire to belong to the society. Unlike most other Blyton series, this one takes place during the school term time because the characters go to day schools.
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About Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton died in 1968 but remains one of the best-known and best-loved writers of children's stories. She is consistently voted a children's favourite in author polls. She has over 600 children's books to her credit, including the Famous Five series, the Secret Seven series, the Naughtiest Girl series - all Hodder - and the Malory Towers and St Clare's series, both available from Hodder on audio.
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Enid Blyton

Enid Mary Blyton (11 August 1897 – 28 November 1968) was a British children's writer also known as Mary Pollock. She is noted for numerous series of books based on recurring characters and designed for different age groups. Her books have enjoyed huge success in many parts of the world, and have sold over 600 million copies. One of Blyton's most widely known characters is Noddy, intended for early years readers. However, her main work is the genre of young readers' novels in which children have their own adventures with minimal adult help. Series of this type include the Famous Five (21 novels, 1942–1963, based on four children and their dog), the Five Find-Outers and Dog, (15 novels, 1943–1961, where five children regularly outwit the local police) as well as The Secret Seven (15 novels, 1949–1963, a society of seven children who solve various mysteries). Her work involves children's adventure stories, and fantasy, sometimes involving magic. Her books were and still are enormously popular throughout the Commonwealth and across most of the globe. Her work has been translated into nearly 90 languages. Blyton's literary output was of an estimated 800 books over roughly 40 years. Chorion Limited of London now owns and handles the intellectual properties and character brands of Blyton's Noddy and the well known series the Famous Five.