The Valley of Adventure (Adventure Series)

The Valley of Adventure (Adventure Series)

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 144726276X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The second exciting installment in Enid Blyton's Adventure series

Nothing could be more exciting than a daring night flight on Bill's plane. But Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, Jack, and Kiki the parrot soon find themselves flying straight into a truly amazing adventure. Who are the two strange pilots, and what is the secret treasure hidden in the lonely and mysterious valley where the children land?

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Tell Me Why Flowers Bloom

Gooney Bird on the Map

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their new home. Dinah arranged the loose things on the rocky ledge. They looked nice there. “We shall have a lovely soft bed tonight,” she said. “We ought to sleep jolly well in here. It’s not musty or stuffy.” “Fusty-musty-dusty,” said Kiki at once, remembering the three words she had learnt in the last holidays. “Fusty-musty-dusty, fusty …” “Oh, don’t begin that again, Kiki,” said Jack. “We got tired of that long ago.” Kiki flew to his shoulder, and looked out of the queer little cave.

the annoying fall of rocks it was difficult to say. He fell upon the boulders and began to drag at them feverishly, shouting to Luis and Pepi to help. The prisoner at first did nothing but sat down miserably on a rock. Juan shouted at him too, and he dragged himself up to help, though he was too weak to do anything in the way of lifting. He pulled at a rock, staggered and fell. The others let him lie where he fell, and went on dragging at the great stones, panting and wiping the sweat from their

figures, a woman dressed in clothes that glowed richly in the half-light of the cave. Still the woman did not move. How strange! The children suddenly felt much better when they saw that Kiki did not seem in the least afraid of the queer company. “Polly put the kettle on,” said Kiki, and pecked at the hair of the woman he was sitting on. The children held their breath again. What would the woman do to Kiki � enchant him with her strange eyes, cast a spell on him and turn him into stone?

alone there without food or bedding.” “Oh dear � I do like this cave so much better than anywhere else,” sighed Lucy-Ann. “Still � those old people have been very good to us. Is Martha there too, Jack?” “Golly! � no, I’d forgotten all about her,” said Jack, remembering. “I hope those men don’t kill and eat her.” This was a dreadful thought, and made poor Lucy-Ann quite dumb for a minute or two. Poor Martha. Surely the men would leave her alone? Kiki, of course, was as delighted to see Jack as

“Down we go � we’re landing!” Chapter 4 WHEREVER CAN WE BE? THE aeroplane landed with a slight bump that shook the children and made them gasp. Then it ran along a little way on its huge wheels, and stopped. They had arrived. But where? Dawn had come, and light came in at the windows, but it was not full morning yet. One of the men switched off the throbbing engines. At once a great quiet and peace came into the cabin. How marvellous not to have that enormous noise flooding into their ears

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