FIVE GO OFF TO CAMP
by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by Eileen Soper
Published by Hodder & Stoughton. 5th. 1952
Good condition in a fair dustwrapper. Red boards with black title to spine and authors name to front cover. Blue and black pictorial endpapers. B/w and two-tone text illustrations. 192 pages.
Front cover is a bit bowed. Damp staining to covers. Ink stamp to front endpaper. Inscription in ink to verso of front endpaper. Some foxing and browning; some damp marks to pages. Bottom 1-2" of spine and rear panel are MISSING; rest is damp marked with creasing and some chips and nicks.
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- Seventh Book in the Famous Five series
- Julian, Dick, George, Anne and Timmy are planning to go camping in a moor with the absent-minded and insect-loving Mr Luffy, a teacher. When they arrive at camp they find that their camping site is close to a farm, and that several old train tracks run under the moors, some of them are unused. They soon make friends with a boy named Jock, who lives at the farm with his mother and stepfather, the farm owners. While exploring the moor, the Five find a railway yard and a tunnel that are apparently abandoned.