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The Rockingdown Mystery (Barney Mysteries #1)

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Gedung tua di Rockingdown itu menurut kata orang kosong tak berpenghuni. Lalu dari mana datangnya suara-suara aneh mengerikan di malam hari itu?
Roger, Diana, dan Snubby mengharapkan dapat menikmati liburan mereka di desa Rockingdown. Kemudian ternyata mereka harus memperoleh pelajaran tambahan dari seorang guru les pribadi. Tapi betulkah dia itu seorang guru? Anak-anak men
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published 1990 by Collins (first published 1949)
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Kirsti
The first in the Barney series, and a good book at that! I've always liked Barney; he is the perfect Enid Blyton character. He is smart, kindhearted, a little rough around the edges but cheerful and a good friend. He reminds me of a circus born Julian (from the Famous Five) except his delightful monkey Miranda always steals the show. Joining him in this series are the tricky Snubby, unwanted by most of his relatives, the untidy, rather mean at times Diana, and Roger, a kind of fill in big brothe ...more
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Enid Blytonová mi opět dokázala, že dokáže uchvátit srdce všech čtenářů, i ta, která již z dětskosti vyrostla (alespoň částečně). Autorce bych chtěl poděkovat za další skvělou četbu, jež mi ukrátila dlouhé večery. Nejedná se o nic výjimečného, ale zároveň nic ledabylého, za mne jasné 4 hvězdy! :)
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(See also her pen name Mary Pollock)

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