1999
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'Ah! This is the dream!' says Julian one morning. 'With good old British common sense and community spirit like this, there's no reason that we couldn't exist on the island like this for the rest of our days!'

What could possibly go wrong . . .?

Anne has gathered Julian, Dick, George and, of course, Timmy, together for a last nostalgic jaunt in the countryside together before grown-up responsibilities take the four cousins off in different directions. It's only natural that they find their way onto Kirrin Island for a look around, as this might be the last time they're here together as a group.

They are planning just to spend the night there and come home the next day, perhaps with a little exploring in the dungeon for old time's sake. But that night they hear the country has gone into lockdown. They are not allowed to leave.

With their usual resourcefulness, they are determined to make the best of it, and remain cheerful and healthy. As Anne keeps saying: They're lucky, really, to have all this countryside and fresh air at their disposal!

 

Details

ISBN: 9781529412086
Audience: General
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 112
Publication Date: 11 Jun 2020
Publisher: Quercus Publishing
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 20.2(H) x 13.2(L) x 1.4(W)
Weight (gm): 180

 

Author Biography

Bruno Vincent is the author of several humour titles including(with Jon Butler) the bestselling Do Ants Have Arseholes? a Christmas No.1 back in the innocent days of Myspace and News of the World. His Famous Five for Grown-up series has sold nearly 2 million copies across all titles and formats. He has also written two volumes of gothic horror stories for children which were adapted for the stage.
Five Go Absolutely Nowhere
1999

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