The River of Adventure

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Macmillan Children's Books, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
6 Reviews
A river cruise through ancient desert lands will be an adventure in itself, think Philip, Dinah, Lucy-Ann, and Jack. An adventure it certainly is, especially when Bill disappears and the children, along with Kiki the parrot, are trapped beneath a forgotten temple where no one has set foot for 7,000 years.

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Review: The River of Adventure (Adventure #8)

User Review  - Tory - Goodreads

A really fun adventure series that reminds of the Bobbsey twins in more exotic locales. Read full review

Review: The River of Adventure (Adventure #8)

User Review  - Jake Collins - Goodreads

For me, this is definitely the weakest book in the 'Adventure' series. There is nothing wrong with it as such, but there is also nothing original or unique to this adventure. The setting of the middle ... Read full review

About the author (1988)

Enid Blyton, who died in 1968, is one of the most popular and prolific children’s authors of all time. She wrote over seven hundred books, which have been translated into many languages throughout the world. She also found time to write numerous songs, poems, and plays, and ran magazines and clubs.

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