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Summary ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¹ Enid Blyton Rmat Paperback and others 160 pages and has a text language like English. Not as fantastic as the Famous Five But I figured out the mystery first P

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characters Õ The Mystery of the Invisible Thief 105 ï Best ePub, The Mystery of the Invisible Thief By Enid Blyton This is very good and the main topic to read with book details isbn 9780006932017 > format Paperback and others > 160 pages and has a text language like English Best ePub The Mystery of the Invisible Thief By Enid Blyton This is very. Findouters Challenge Book 8 Now this was the real thing―a “proper” complicated mystery plenty of food disguises galore and a battle of wits with Mr Goon but no unnecessary baiting or tricks The findouters are at home for the summer holidays again but with over half the holiday over and no mystery to solve they are bored to say the least Mr Goon is away from the village as well and this time it is PC Tonks on duty not Pippin like last time so no chance to play any tricks either When Inspector Jenks comes to Peterswood one day to watch his goddaughter Hilary ride in the gymkhana with him comes a baffling mystery While he and the children who decide to take a picnic and join him are watching Hilary ride Hilary’s home Norton House has been burgled and the only clues they have are huge footprints and glove prints to match When another robbery takes place at Larry and Daisy’s neighbours’ with the same clues the case only gets complicated Meanwhile Goon comes back and gets on the case He has just completed a refresher course and is all set to try his hand at disguises So begins a battle of wits against the findouters and a battle of disguises against Fatty both Goon and Fatty using disguises to follow up on clues and solve the mystery But yet again it is the findouters who come out victorious at the end but not before the wily burglar gets the better of them even managing to rob Fatty himselfThis was a really enjoyable instalment in the series The mystery itself was great fun―one I would class in the “creative” category as far as the solution goes I enjoyed Fatty and Mr Goon’s disguises the children for the most part see through Goon’s disguises―again because of Bets’ observation and how they used them to follow up on pretty much the same leads The children have their fun in this one pulling Mr Goon’s leg a little certainly but there was none of the pointless tricks or “nastiness” that came across on the children’s part in the previous two books On the foodmeter this one rates fairly high as well with lots of cakes meringues eclairs and sandwiches among other things on the menu besides plenty of icecream and lemonade as well Surprisingly in this one it is Pip rather than Bets who stumbles onto the answer at the end which Fatty interprets to solve the case This is certainly among my favourites so far

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The Mystery of the Invisible ThiefGood and the main topic to read with book details isbn 9780006932017 fo. Have you ever heard of Enid Blyton How about her book series for kids called The Five Found OutersMy daughter my dtold me there was a book that she started reading but uit because it was kinda boring and because she didn’t understand some of itI was really curious about this because she LOVES to read and even reads stuff that I know she doesn’t really like all that much just to be reading I picked up the book and noticed right away why it didn’t appeal to herEnid Blyton was a popular British writer from the middle of the 20th century She wrote for all ages but it seems that her best loved stories were those she wrote for children I’m really surprised that I was not previously aware of her writingI am sure that some of the vocabulary was new for my daughter but it would have seemed normal to UK readers It also included an account of a trip to an euestrian event using words that even I was not familiar with It wasn’t difficult reading just set in a different time and culture from our own I read a couple chapters and liked the book I suggested that my daughter give it another try and I explained some of the vocabulary and themes to herShe gave it another try and really liked the book and would like to find the other books in the series and read them too Perhaps we’ll find them somewhereIn this book the Five Find Outers Fatty Larry Daisy Pip Bets try to figure out who is behind some recent robberies where the most obvious solution is that the thief is invisible of course that can’t be so they try to piece the clues together to discover who is cooking up trouble The kids have a lot of fun as they try to solve the mystery before the local police officer doesThis book is a good read for kids from 8 12 or so and I bet the rest of the series would be good too if this one book is any indication of the rest of the series