The Treasure Hunters

The Treasure Hunters

The Treasure Hunters The Greylings Treasure has been lost for many many years But Jeffrey Susan and John Greyling find an old map of where the treasure is hidden when they are staying with their grandparents So they de

  • Title: The Treasure Hunters
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: 9780001632141
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Greylings Treasure has been lost for many, many years But Jeffrey, Susan and John Greyling find an old map of where the treasure is hidden, when they are staying with their grandparents So they decide they must find the hidden treasure and keep it in the family, before their grandparents sell the family home to Mr Potts, whom the children nickname Mr Pots of MoneyThe Greylings Treasure has been lost for many, many years But Jeffrey, Susan and John Greyling find an old map of where the treasure is hidden, when they are staying with their grandparents So they decide they must find the hidden treasure and keep it in the family, before their grandparents sell the family home to Mr Potts, whom the children nickname Mr Pots of Money But Mr Potts is also interested in finding the Greylings Treasure, and so it is a race against time of who will find the treasure first Mr Pots of Money or the children, who want to save their family home.

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    Its a very good adventure book Typical Blyton book In fact this is my first adventure book in life :P

    Jeffery, Susan and John Greyling go to stay with their grandparents, who are being forced to sell the family home, which has been in the family for generations, because they can no longer afford to maintain it. The children discover a hidden map showing the whereabouts of the family treasure, hidden for many years, and if they can find the treasure, their grandparents will not have to sell the house. But there is already a potential buyer, Mr Potts, who is also after the treasure, and is determi [...]

    Another of my childhood faves. I re-read it to Ethan, (currently 10) and once again it was just as good as I remember. I feel sorry for Americans who didn't get to grow up with dear old Enid. She has been villified by modern British librarians which I think is sad in many ways. A long and complex argument this. It's definitely worth watching the movie Enid with Helena Bonham Carter shining as the great author.

    I loved this story of the lost Greylings treasure, probably because it reminds me so much of one of my most beloved Enid Blyton books, 'Five on a Treasure Island'. The kids are treasure hunting to prevent their grandparents home from being sold, and they have to do everything to foil the nasty Mr Potts in his greedy search as well. It all comes to a close with a happy ending of course, and kids triumph over evil.

    I read The Treasure Hunters a long time ago. This was my first big girls book that I remember reading independently. It was full of adventure and left me wanting to be whisked off to relatives with a big estate and a little hidden cabin. I wanted to go on a treasure hunt too.Good memories :-)

    I absolutely love this book. :) I might be a bit biased in judging this because it was my very first book as a kid. And all thanks goes to Blyton for making me a bibliophile. The book is pure Enid Blyton magic all the way.

    our library access in school started when I was in 3rd grade,and the first books we were introduced to were written by enid blyton.I used to thoroughly enjoy all of her books and waited eagarly for the next week wont be wrong to say that it was she who made me fall in love with mystery stories.At one hand the magical world of pixies and fairies kept me enchanted on the other her mystery series kept me intriguedong all her mystery and treasure hunt books this was my all time favorite i read and r [...]

    This book has the exact same plot as Five on a Treasure Island, give or take some details. It's a simplistic story about a group of children and their dog determined to find the lost treasure of whatever to help their family. There are the obligatory adult caretakers who don't really understand what the children are doing and so almost stop them from succeeding. There are the lower class, but very friendly and proper farm adults who exist to feed, serve and believe the children. There are the 'b [...]

    Recommended to me by a friend; there's no picture for the book cover because it's one of those old board books that the guy at the farmer's market uses to make journals and notebooks. Cute story of a girl and her brothers searching for lost family treasure so their grandparents won't have to sell their house.

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