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"Il ne nous arrive jamais rien pendant l'année scolaire. Quel dommage !" Les Sept ont parlé un peu trop vite. Voilà qu'un étrange message chiffré tombe entre leurs mains. Il n'en faut pas plus pour les lancer dans l'aventure ! Mais cette fois, ils ne seront pas les seuls à mener l'enquête......

Title : Le Clan des sept à la grange aux loups
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ISBN : 9782012004849
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 122 Pages
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Le Clan des sept à la grange aux loups Reviews

  • Nikos Tsentemeidis
    2018-12-29 18:37

    Τι ωραίες αναμνήσεις. Πόσο ωραία σειρά βιβλίων για ένα παιδί. Κάθε καλοκαίρι, ήταν τα βιβλία που μου κρατούσαν την καλύτερη συντροφιά.

  • Nandakishore Varma
    2019-01-09 16:44

    More on the nostalgia trail... the very first Secret Seven book I read. I tried to start a similar club in our small suburban town in Kerala after reading this - but needless to say, failed miserably. :(

  • Sophie Hannah
    2019-01-09 16:28

    I decided to reread an old childhood favourite. I love the Secret Seven. This isn't one of the best, but it's still pretty gripping, even for a 44-year-old!

  • Kirsti
    2018-12-20 22:29

    Jack's annoying sister Susie has decided to start her own club, and of course she decides to trick Jack and the others. What she doesn't realize is that she's actually giving them real clue to a mystery! Peter at first doesn't believe it, but the other boys go adventuring and discover clues that help solve a string of robberies.Twice the girls are told that they have to 'stay out of' things. Seriously annoys me the most about this series, Peter and keeping the girls away from anything fun. He even pokes at Barbara for crying when a Policeman takes their names and addresses to complain to their parents, as if any one wouldn't be upset at that. Still though an enjoyable mystery and another quick read. Four stars.

  • David Sarkies
    2018-12-21 17:48

    Susie starts her own group, with a not very original name24 June 2013 I guess the reason that I like these Secret Seven books (as well as the other Enid Blyton books, and I have churned through quite a lot of them over the year and a half since I decided to read through them again) is that they are short and can pretty much be completed in a day (which also boosts the number of books that I have read for the year so, if I am lucky, I may be able to get to the one hundred and fifty mark, though my goal is still one hundred. They will obviously change the closer I get to the hundred mark. Mind you, I have no intention on increasing that number next year simply because I am not the fastest of readers). Anyway, this is the forth Secret Seven book and it is rather funny that Blyton decides to bring in a parody of the Famous Five. Basically Jack's sister Susie is upset that she cannot join their group, so she decides to create her own by dragging four others into it, and calls it the Famous Five. There is even a side comment about how the Famous Five are actually quite well known, suggesting that the Secret Seven are basing their group on them (though I suspect Blyton suggests that the Famous Five come out of a series of books rather than actually existing in the world of the Secret Seven). Now, the Famous Five decide to play trick on the Secret Seven by suggesting that they are already in an adventure, and drop some fake clues to attempt to embarrass the Secret Seven (and possibly even get them into trouble). However, what ends up happening is that they follow these clues and discover a real adventure, and end up solving it, once again becoming heroes in the town. I suspect that really ends up upsetting the Famous Five because if they had actually followed through on it they would have landed up in the adventure as well, but not having the experience of the Secret Seven, I doubt they would have reached a successful conclusion. Quite possibly they would have ended up getting caught and getting into a lot of trouble. The funny thing about kids though is that they can get away with a lot more than adults, and one wonders if one uses children (which I suspect would be highly illegal in this day an age) as information gathers many of the crooks would not suspect the authorities are onto them. However not only is it dangerous, it is also a slippery path to totalitarianism. In the past (even in America) children have been used as information gatherers, particularly in schools where the teachers encourage the children to notify them if their parents are up to no good. This is probably one of my biggest concerns with state run schools because the schools end up becoming a vehicle not only for information gathering, but also a vehicle for arresting and imprisoning potential or perceived political agitators. My position thus is that we should let children be children and have them go out and have fun.

  • Lisgoe
    2018-12-28 18:45

    (I only thought it was ok because of the lack of description. But yes, I know that it is a childrens book so don't pine at me)It might be because this book series is aim for younger persons than me or just because I've been reading too many Agatha Christie novels. I wish to high heavens that I had read this when I was younger! I always wanted to read books like this but, my mum had her versions in the attic and I didn't even know they existed! Darn!Well anyway, I thought overall that the plot was short and sweet. At some points I was confused as to which characters were talking at which point but I just carried on reading. When I have children, I vow that I will read them this series and, when they're older, let them read the Famous Five.

  • Tara Calaby
    2019-01-06 21:39

    Reread.This book exemplified just why I have always been a Famous Five and not a Secret Seven person. There are so many characters with no differences in personality that I have no idea which of the seven did what, and their actions go beyond the usual Blyton improbable into Just Plain Stupid.

  • Deb Sharp
    2019-01-03 18:47

    I never get tired of reading The Secret Seven!

  • Atharva Shah
    2019-01-12 19:50

    The Secret Seven Book 4*Secret Seven on the Trail* Now, this story stands out particularly from the Secret Seven series. The plot begins with Susie (Who is getting bit by bit into the spotlight) as she forms her own 'Famous Five' Society and try to envy the Secret Seven by framing up a fake suspicious mystery to fool the Secret Seven that turns out to be true as a coincidence. The story is original and unique and has its ups and downs but to define it in a single word, I would say it was extremely unrealistic and coincides a lot with plotlines. There are three 3 lucky coincidences that seem too good to be true. The first one is the password of the SS Society matching with the Cheeky Charlie villain. The Second one is discovering the fake mystery turning out to be a real one. And the third one, the Zeb and Larry guys of the railway management turning out to be the criminals and without even a hint of suspicion declaring their plan indirectly to Peter and George of the SS Society. This was the most simple o f the adventures so far. And always, the mystery is regarding robbery and stealing, which may add up to the monotonous atmosphere but don't take the wrong meaning. This book is written very nicely, with witty dialogues and twisting storyline that you surely can't guess. I liked the end very much, it was delivered fantastically as always. Not the best in the SS Series, but surely worth your time. It takes nothing more than 2 hours, so just hit it! Nice Reading!!

  • Zoe
    2018-12-23 21:29

    C'est pas trop excitant... mais on peut le lire dans un soir... alors c'est bien si tu as besoin des pages.

  • Ranit Dey
    2018-12-20 15:28

    Nice

  • Benjamin
    2018-12-19 23:48

    If you like tricks read this book. This book is about Jacks sister who tricks him into to going somewhere and jack and George get a message. The seven also sort something out but what?

  • Jax Holt
    2019-01-01 21:49

    This is the fourth installment in the Secret Seven series by Enid Blyton. This book is called Secret Seven on the Trial. The Secret Seven are heading back to school after their summer vacation and Peter wants to end the Secret Seven meetings until the Christmas holidays. None of the members are up for that so Peter makes the decision clear, that they only have meetings if anything important comes up. Meanwhile, Susie, Jack's annoying sister wants to join the Secret Seven but she's not allowed so she takes matters into her own hands and forms her own society. The society is called the Famous Five, not the actually Famous Five but the members include, herself, Kate, Harry, Jeff and Sam. Before one of their meetings, Jack sees an opportunity to spy on one of the Famous Five meetings and to see if they in fact actually have an adventure going on. While Jack thinks this is a good idea, it doesn't last for long as Susie spots him hiding. Susie comes up with a plan to trick Jack that the Famous Five actually have an adventure and the Secret Seven don't. During the Famous Five meeting, Susie starts talking about a made up adventure going on at Tigger's Barn and the whole group go along with it. After the meeting, Jack stumbles across George and the pair of them head onto Peter's house to tell him about the promising adventure, only for it to backfire on Jack. He thinks it's completely made up on Susie's behalf and tells him to leave it be but Jack and George have a plan. They will follow whoever goes to Tigger's Barn and if they do head there, Jack is right, there must be an adventure but if they don't head up there, Peter is right. But will they truly have an adventure or is Susie teasing them? Now moving onto the characters, the main characters as usual are the Secret Seven. The characters I didn't have a problem with were Peter, Jack, George and Colin. This time round, I don't really have any major issues against Peter. Yes he does take over but nevertheless he is the leader and he has got to be in control or there would be chaos. Next, Jack, I really do like Jack and he has proved to be the strongest and the best developed character in the series. We have seen what his home life is like and we had a lot of time focusing on Jack in this book and his relationship with Susie. Now in this book he was alongside, George quite a lot and for once in a long time I really liked George. I had a lot of fun reading about his character and I was on the edge of my seat when he and Jack were at Tigger's Barn. Lastly, Colin. I really liked his character per usual and he was involved quite often. He was a good addition to the book.On the other hand I didn't like Janet, Pam and Barbra. As you might know I really like Janet as a character but unfortunately she's doing a lot less in every book. I want to see more of her character and a bit more independence from her. Now Barbra and Pam, these two characters need something doing. They aren't getting explored and they aren't getting developed enough.Also, the last main character is Scamper. Of course he was a great addition to the book and he was used quite a lot. Now the side characters in this book were the Famous Five. The leader of the Famous Five is Susie. If you have seen my previous reviews, you have seen my desire to see more from Susie and in this one I got my wish. I really like her character. She's the complete opposite of Jack. Although I do think it's harsh how she's not allowed to hang around with the society. The other members are, Kate, Harry, Jeff and Sam. The only member to get a lot of attention on him was Jeff. I really would like to get to know the character a lot more. Although, Kate had a brief section on her character and Sam and Harry didn't do much.The other side characters were the antagonists, these were Larry, Zeb and Cheeky Charlie. I don't have a lot to talk about them apart from that they lacked development but they were the most seen antagonists compares to previous novels. I really would like to of got to know them more, that's it really. Overall I thought this was the best book so far. The writing style of Enid Blyton is flawless and it's so fast paced. The imagination that goes into creating every new book, is beyond me and I love how I'm always trying to work out the mystery myself. The majority of the characters were developed and were done right. The storyline was pretty straight forward but the tense senses and the mystery elements were just incredible. It was just a well done book! Can't wait to continue with the series.

  • Elaine Mullane
    2019-01-04 21:55

    Revisiting the books of my youth out of a feeling of nostalgia! I loved Enid Blyton when I was younger and can't wait to re-read these with my own children.

  • Rahmi Susiswanti
    2019-01-16 21:46

    Seperti biasa petualangan Sapta Siaga cukup menarik untuk dibaca... Dimulai dari Peter, ketua Sapta Siaga, mengadakan rapat terakhir karena kegiatan sekolah akan dimulai. Teman teman Peter kurang setuju dengan pendapatnya, mereka berpendapat kalau terdapat peristiwa yang perlu diselidiki maka rapat harus diadakan. Susi, adik Jack, mengajak 4 orang temannya untuk membentuk Panca Petualangan, bersaing dengan Sapta Siaga. Susi sengaja menjebak Jack dan Sapta Siaga dengan mengarang cerita kalau di puncak bukit, tepatnya di Lumbung Tigger akan ada pertemuan penjahat. Jack dan George terjebak dengan tipuan Susie, mereka mengendap keluar rumah untuk mengintip pertemuan penjahat. Tanpa diduga, yang semula cuma rekayasa, ternyata di Lumbung Tigger terdapat pertemuan rahasia antara Zeb, Larry, dan seorang temannya.Sapta Siaga berhasil mengungkap teka teki, Learning dan Darling yang merupakan perusahaan timah hitam, dan kata yang sering penjahat tersebut ucapkan di Lumbung yaitu simpangan simpangan , itu adalah simpangan di stasiun tepatnya di rel kereta api yang akan dipindahkan ke jalur dilansir, juga kata enam lebih dua adalah jam dimana kereta barang tersebut datang. Kelompok Sapta Siaga berhasil mengungkap perampokan timah dengan memecahkan misteri tersebut, menanyakan banyak informasi di stasiun, dan selanjutnya menelepon inspektur polisi supaya menangkap kawanan penjahat tersebut. Dan ternyata Larry dan Zeb merupakan pegawai stasiun kereta. Petualangan yang menegangkan ini berakhir dengan dibongkarnya perampokan timah hitam...

  • Raja99
    2018-12-20 23:46

    This is another solid, fun, fast-paced Secret Seven book. It has a bit more inter-child rivalry than I've seen in other SS books, and the characterization of the villains seems a little off (they're very talkative and divulge quite a bit of information without suspecting the children).Jack's annoying sister Susie starts up a rival society (the "Famous Five" named after those famous books by Enid Blyton ;-) and claims that they are in the middle of an exciting adventure. Jack eavesdrops on them and hears an amazing story about thugs meeting at the abandoned Tigger's Barn; he doesn't realize that Susie and her friends are just making up a wild story for his benefit. He and George tail Susie and Jeff, who lose them and head back home; Jack and George rush to Tigger's Barn ... and come across some strange happenings. The MCPL copy, ISBN 0-7540-7818-3, is another Children's Large Print edition; it has 123 pages (!).(Finished 2007-11-12 13:25EST on a plane.)

  • Durdles
    2018-12-20 18:52

    For slightly younger children perhaps than the Famous Five or Mystery of the... series; 7-9 year-olds rather than 8-12 I'd say. This one I remember as my favourite. Again, maybe because it was the first Secret Seven story I read. The Seven are irritated by Jack's clever but annoying sister Suzie's organisation of a rival society and determine to trick them by making up a mystery for Suzie's gang to investigate. While trying to execute this malicious scheme the Seven are, inadvertently, given a message by a gang of robbers and endeavour to uncover their full plans before the crime can be committed. All nicely set in the fog of November with the fun of having an exclusive club, complicated rules, constantly changing passwords and a meeting place that excludes adult interference (except when they provide lemonade and buns).

  • Nonethousand Oberrhein
    2019-01-13 17:36

    Young detectives for grown-up mysteriesMeet Peter and his sister Janet, Jack, Barbara, George, Pam and Colin. A group of child detectives that will get tangled in all sorts of adventures that will make them juggle school attendance, homework, and the ineffable desire to solve the mysteries they stumble upon. Juvenile sense of wonder, the principal ingredient in Enid Blyton works, is a guarantee of a good moment for readers of all ages.Here, something mysterious is going on at Tigger's Barn, and the Secret Seven are intrigued.

  • Tom Seward
    2019-01-11 18:48

    Enid Blyton is an amazing childrens author, bestselling in the world. Although almost undiscovered by Americans.This series (The Secret Seven) Features 7 children who form a backyard club. They love to have meetings with SecretPasswords, etc. Soon, they begin to fall into mysteries. This series is for the younger reader than the other series Enid Blyton wrote for children. 8-10 years old maybe.Great reading. introduce your children to Enid Blyton today!

  • Jake Collins
    2018-12-25 19:58

    This is a pretty good railway-based mystery and the guys actually make a decent attempt to go about solving it this time, rather than relying on coincidences to find the answers. It is good to see Jack with his characteristics back too.

  • Sweekruti
    2019-01-10 23:30

    The very first secret seven book I had read and it is a typical Enid Blyton mystery and it is fun and easy to read perfect for pre teen age and mostly fun .The big group of seven children and not to forget the ever saviour dog ,this group of children go about solving mysteries in their own way.

  • Imy Bennett
    2018-12-28 16:34

    AMAZING!!!Is something mysterious happening at Tigger's Barn? Peter thinks it's a hoax. The Jack overhears an extraordinary conversation which leads the Seven on a trail of adventure!

  • Victoria Robinson
    2019-01-05 22:43

    Secret 7 aren't my fav but the kids love them! This was one of the better books in the series

  • Laura Chan
    2018-12-22 23:33

    Great!

  • Indah Threez Lestari
    2019-01-05 16:52

    51 - 2015#Program BUBUPertama kali dibeli dan dibaca pada tanggal 23 Agustus 2011.============892nd - 2011

  • Srikari
    2019-01-15 23:49

    nice :)

  • Paddy O'callaghan
    2018-12-28 21:35

    Absoluely every book in this series is awesome

  • Miss Kodok
    2019-01-15 17:33

    Good for kids.

  • Akshatha
    2019-01-16 16:32

    a

  • Jessica J.
    2019-01-07 16:46

    crecí leyendo sus libros y me sirvieron bien