Five on a treasure island

[Five on a treasure island]
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Julian, Dick and Anna are going to spend the holidays with their uncles Quintin and Fanny, and their cousin Georgina, who likes to be called George. Although George is a little distant at first, little by little they will gain his trust. They discover that she has a dog, Tim, and that she owns Kirrin Island, which has a ruined castle in the centre. The adventures will be coming soon.