The Secret Seven haven't had an adventure for ages, so
they get busy making a guy for Bonfire Night instead - even
though Scamper very nearly ruins it. But all their plans change
the very next day. Peter and Janet are dozing in the back
of their father's car when two strange men jump in and drive
it away! Peter and Janet stay safely hidden in the back -
and as soon as they can they escape and get the Seven together
to work out how to track down the thieves...
Work, Secret Seven sees
another Enid Blyton based audio book released by the BBC.
This series is read by Sarah Greene who, I'm happy to report,
adds just the right amount of excited wonderment to her reading
to ensure that small, wandering minds pay attention.
remember this series from my childhood, and I was a little
disappointed to discover that Enid Blyton's tales have not
aged as gracefully as me. I also remember Greene from my childhood
and was surprised to see, thanks to the picture of her on
the back of the CD case, that she has aged better than me.
In all seriousness though,
this audio CD will certainly entertain many a small child.
Secret Seven quickly realise they're on the trail of a dangerous
gang, and suddenly they don't feel quite so brave... Have
the Seven taken on too much this time? And can they stop the
men before they carry out their criminal plans?
a time when kid's are shunning books and classic stories for
violence and mayhem on console games, it's great to see the
BBC providing some classic entertainment to try and prevent
our younger generation from growing up too soon. This story
is unabridged - reproduced here in it's entirety.
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