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Os Cinco voltam à Ilha (Famous Five #3)

4.02  ·  Rating Details ·  11,618 Ratings  ·  224 Reviews
Jenny Armstrong, filha de um milionário, brincava no jardim de sua casa, quando um homem trepa o muro, lança uma manta sobre a cabeça da pequenita e leva-a com ele.
Esse rapto clássico pões todos em alvoroço. Os Cinco estão longe, na Escócia, e ignoram o que sucedeu. Aliás, porque a mãe da Zé adoeceu com gravidade, não estão felizes. O pai acompanhou a mãe ao hospital e os
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Paperback, 189 pages
Published 1977 by Editorial Noticias (first published 1944)
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Grace Tjan


Jess, my 7-year old little girl, gives it 5 stars.

Comments while reading:

“I hate the Sticks! They are so nasty.”

“Why do English people have to have tea at 4 o’clock in the afternoon? Isn’t that too late? 4 o’clock is my nap time.”

“I hope Aunt Fanny will get better.”

“What is a ‘smuggler’? Why do people have to pay money to the government if they want to bring things from abroad?”

“What do gorse bushes and heathers look like?”

“Julian is the smartest but he likes to order the other kids around. He’s
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V. Briceland
Dec 30, 2013 V. Briceland rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In this third volume of the Famous Five series, events start off on a horrid note as the children discover that the packets of sandwiches they have wheedled from the new kitchen lackey are not very nice—too stale, too thick, and worst of all, not enough butter! However, the narrative quickly recuperates as our four little gourmands (plus Timmy!) devour some delicious fresh-baked bread, cakes, all of a meat pie and several jam tarts, bread and ham and butter and 'stuff', a roast chicken, some fin ...more
Paul
Dec 07, 2015 Paul rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a pretty good entry in the Famous Five series. It's slightly darker than the first two books but nothing young children won't be able to cope with and enjoy.

What I particularly enjoyed was the twist at the beginning of act three. I didn't see it coming (apparently Sunshine Seaspray did but she's a bit of a smarty pants when it comes to that sort of thing).

Anyway, at book three in our twenty two book Famous Five marathon, I'm not getting bored of the series yet.

Buddy read with Sunshine S
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Cleffairy
Jan 05, 2013 Cleffairy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reviewed at: The Library of Lights


So, I’ve been making quite a long revisit to my childhood years and started to read Enid Blyton’s works again. ‘Five Run Away Together’ was an absolute favourite from my childhood years. I lost count how many times I’ve read this particular book, and re-reading it as an adult still does not bores me. ‘Five Run Away Together’ by Enid Blyton is an absolute escapism. Every kid, and kid at heart, should read this book. There is nothing not to like about this book. T
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Zoltan Abbott
May 01, 2012 Zoltan Abbott rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
‘Five Run Away Together’ by Enid Blyton is the third in her twenty-one strong series of ‘Famous Five’ books.
Brothers Julian and Dick, their sister Anne and their cousin George (who is a girl but never answers to Georgina and can do anything as well as any boy can) plus of course Timmy the dog are together once again in the summer holidays after coming home from boarding school. George’s mother is ill and her father goes to spend time with her, leaving the children in the ‘care’ of Mr and Mrs Sti
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Jenny George
May 23, 2015 Jenny George rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-and-have
What a thrilling, beautiful,light read! I disliked Anne for being such a baby sometimes, but it was she who put the pieces together!

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John
As with all Famous Five books, this is of the same trusted and successful formula.

I loved these books as a child and I am delighted that my girls loved them as children too.

The stories are adventures of a byegone age, yet still hold the attention of children, around the world...... they have stood the test of time well - and for a great reason.

The stories are plausible, fun, adventurous and contain an excellent mix of young characters... with a little bit of everyone in each of them - something
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Sunshine
Jan 06, 2016 Sunshine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audiobooks
Such fun to be with The Famous Five again, they REALLY ARE good old sticks!
Ben
Feb 12, 2016 Ben rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Investigation series everyone should read
David Sarkies
Apr 24, 2012 David Sarkies rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Children
Recommended to David by: My Dad
Shelves: adventure
An adventure involving custom duties
24 August 2012

I will have to say that I quite enjoyed this book, especially with the nice little twist at the end. Okay, when I was a pre-teen I pretty much read all of the Famous Five books (I have to watch out because I almost wrote that in German) and loved them. In fact I couldn't get enough of them and even jumped over to the Secret Seven when there were no more Famous Five books to read. However it just did not seem to be the same. Later on, there are c
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Dani Noviandi
Buku ketiga dari seri Lima Sekawan ini kembali berlatar belakang musim panas, namun kali ini telah satu tahun berlalu semenjak anak-anak ini bertemu pertama kalinya di musim panas lalu dan mengalami petualangan seru di Pulau Kirrin. Anak-anak pun mulai beranjak dewasa dibanding ketika pertama kali bertemu.

Liburan musim panas kelima sekawan ini masih mereka habiskan di Pondok Kirrin, walaupun dengan kabar yang agak kurang menyenangkan akibat bibi Fanny (ibu dari George) sedang sakit dan Joanna,
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John
May 08, 2012 John rated it it was amazing
- FAMOUS FIVE 2012: CHILDHOOD REVISITED -

Book three: Five Run Away Together

And then it got serious.

If memory serves, "Five Run Away Together" is the second book I got in the collection, and probably the second most read. A correlation isn't obvious; it isn't because I had it before most others that I read it more, but rather and simply because it is better.

Taking a darker turn, this book is, in my humble but always accurate opinion, one of the best in the series. It marks the first moment when t
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Farseer
Jan 17, 2017 Farseer rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Elizabeth
We finished reading this, this evening. My daughter loved it and insisted we give it 5 stars!

I don't remember reading this one when I was a child, so had no idea where the story was heading. I did wonder whether a tale of a little girl being kidnapped and locked in a dungeon might be a little upsetting for her, but it wasn't.

I'm enjoying re-reading (and reading for the first time) this series. The main plots are exciting, but perhaps some of the stereotyping of roles for the boys and girls come
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Ningtoutao
Apr 10, 2011 Ningtoutao rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read this when I was in school. Grew up reading Famous Five when I was young - with their bike trips, camping holidays and escapes to the sea - loved it.
The reason I picked this up again was because I was quite weary of the serious books I had been reading recently. Nothing like a simple Famous Five book.
This one features the four kids Julian, George, Dick and Anne and their dog, Timmy escape from their home which currently was under the control of horrid housekeepers. They go off to Kirrin I
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Rohan
Oct 14, 2007 Rohan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am simply obesssesed with any Enid Blyton book.

It starts with George's mother getting sick so George's aprents leave her and gher cousin and go to a hospital which is very far.So george and his cousins are under the care of A family named Stick.But the Stick's are very cruel and starve the children so they decide to run away and go to the Kirrin island owned by George.So they are living over there when they find that the Stick's have also come over there and are living over there for some reas
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Elizabeth
I definitely don't like this one nearly as much as the first two. Julian gets pretty mean and I felt pretty sorry for Edgar and his dog. There's also not much action and the back cover gives away something that doesn't even happen until almost the end of the book. The kids liked it well enough though (although they thought Julian was a bit mean but they liked the Sticks getting yheir come uppance so perhaps I enjoyed this more as a kid too)
Roanna
Jul 29, 2015 Roanna rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
THIS IS PRETTY MUCH ALL THAT I CAN THINK ABOUT!

They got a loaf of new bread, some cold ham, a few tomatoes and a pot of jam. Anne found knives and forks and plates. Julian opened two bottles of ginger-beer.

They had a fine breakfast of tongue, tinned peaches, bread and butter, golden syrup and ginger-beer.

Anne had opened a tin of salmon, two tins of peaches, a tin of milk, cut some bread and butter, and made a big jug of cocoa.



Alex Poovathingal
Jun 02, 2013 Alex Poovathingal rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A mysterious uninhabited island with a destroyed castle, eerie dungeon and a ship-wreak. The story of how a few children and a dog catch the villains. The magical writing by Enid Blyton. The recipe for the perfect book.
Sheila Beaumont
Written almost 70 years ago, this tale of mystery and adventure, in which four English children and their dog discover nefarious intruders up to no good on their island, is still an exciting, fun read.
Nicky Westbury
Sep 22, 2015 Nicky Westbury rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My 8 year old and I really enjoyed reading this together. The language and bluntness of the characters had us laughing, and he was absolutely hooked on the storyline. Still a good read all these years later.
Morgan Harrison
Feb 18, 2012 Morgan Harrison rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
this book not to ruin it for anyone is when george mum gets sick and she is in hospital and they arrange a new cook who has a son and she is very mean and they run away from them i won't tell u the rest unless u want me to.
Nayanasree H.Lal (Zeus's daughter)
The book is about an adventure hat Four cousns and a dog find together.
Michael
Jul 26, 2015 Michael rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: for-children, 2015
The main memory I have of reading this one as little boy was that I learnt the word 'larder'. The larder figures large. Really this book should be called 'Famous Five scoff the lot.'
Arshia
The best one among d FAMOUS FIVE's i hv read.........!!!!!!
..............Amazing 'n' Awsome..............................
Manashwi Banerjee
Assured joy..revisited!
Deb Sharp
Sep 21, 2012 Deb Sharp rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved The Famous Five books as a child so I am collecting them and re-reading them as an adult.
Gabriel
Sep 10, 2012 Gabriel added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone of young teenager age.
Recommended to Gabriel by: My father.
This was a truly excellent series to read as a 12 year-old boy. They all filled me up with a sense of wonder and expectaction, and I read a few of them several times. Highly recommended.
GSGS
Apr 27, 2011 GSGS rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Before I started reading YA, this - with Anne of Green Gables - was my favourite book.

EVER.

April
Nov 12, 2013 April rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
all the famous five books are great! I have read each one at least twice!
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(See also her pen name Mary Pollock)

Born in 1897 in South London, Enid Mary Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading. She was educated at St. Christopher's School, Beckenham, and - having decided not to pursue her music - at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher. She taught for five years before her 1924 marriage to edito
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Other Books in the Series

Famous Five (1 - 10 of 22 books)
  • Five on a Treasure Island (Famous Five, #1)
  • Five Go Adventuring Again (Famous Five, #2)
  • Five Go to Smuggler's Top (Famous Five, #4)
  • Five Go Off in a Caravan (Famous Five, #5)
  • Five on Kirrin Island Again (Famous Five, #6)
  • Five Go Off to Camp (Famous Five, #7)
  • Five Get Into Trouble (Famous Five, #8)
  • Five Fall Into Adventure (Famous Five, #9)
  • Five on a Hike Together (Famous Five, #10)
  • Five Have a Wonderful Time (Famous Five, #11)

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“It was such a lovely day too, and the sky and sea were so blue. They sat eating and drinking, gazing out to sea, watching the waves break into spray over the rocks beyond the old wreck.” 5 likes
“It was funny that she should have said that, for Julian chose that moment to begin baaing like a flock of sheep. His one long, bleating "baa-baa-aa-aa" was taken up by the echoes at once, and it seemed suddenly as if hundreds of poor lost sheep were baa-ing their way down the dungeons! Mr. Stick jumped to his feet, as white as a sheet. "Well, if it isn't sheep now!" he said. "What's up? What's in these "ere dungeons? I never did like them." "Baa-aa-AAAAAAAAAAP went the mournful bleats all round and about. And then” 1 likes
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