Children fall into the beautiful habit of reading books right after they read a couple of Enid Blyton’s Famous Five. It’s not the case every time for everyone. But taking into account of my personal experience, I fell in love with books right after reading my first ever Enid Blyton’s novel “Five Go Off To Camp”. I started to read books right from my childhood, but I tell you this book rekindled my long lost flair to read or maybe I realized that I was born to read books.
A VERY HELPFUL ASPECT:
Though “Five Go Off To Camp” is the 7th book in the Famous Five series, Ms.Blyton makes it a point to present a vivid description of the main characters which prevents the new readers from going blank.
THE FAMOUS FIVE:
The adventure opens up when the four children Julian, Dick, Anne, their cousin Georgina and her dog Timothy decide to spend their the summer holidays all on their own to camp in the moorlands. To their disappointment their parents appoint Professor Luffy, an insect researcher as their caretaker.
THE SUDDEN TURN OF EVENTS:
As they reach the moors and settle down all their disappointments wear away as they easily get along with the professor and start to enjoy the atmosphere of the moorlands.Whereever they go they find themselves indulged in mysteries but little did they realize that these beautiful moors hold the deadliest of the mysteries ever solved by them.