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George (Georgina) Kirrin: Georgina is a tomboy, demanding that people call her George. By cutting her hair very short and dressing like a boy, she is often mistaken for one, something which pleases her enormously. She is headstrong by nature and, like her father, Quentin, has a fiery temper.
Dick (Richard) Kirrin: George's cousin, and brother of Julian and Anne, sometimes mistaken for George because of his behaviour and dark hair. Dick is the joker of the group, but also very thoughtful.
Julian Kirrin: The eldest of the five, cousin to George and older brother to Dick and Anne. He is an intelligent boy and a natural leader whose cleverness and reliability is often noted by Aunt Fanny.
Anne Kirrin: The youngest in the group, and written by Blyton as girlish, with a natural instinct to mother the others. She famously dislikes the adventures the Five constantly encounter, but soldiers on loyally.
The Famous Five is Enid Blyton's most popular and celebrated series of children's books. The sequence began life in 1942, when the first book, Five on a Treasure Island was published, and it has won great acclaim from both fans and critics. The series has gone on to become amongst the best-loved stories ever to have been written for children.
Timmy: George's dog and the unofficial mascot for the group, who is available to attack unwanted people on George's command. Timmy is the archetypal loyal mongrel-clever, affectionate and fiercely loyal to his owners and to George in particular; he provides physical protection for the children on multiple occasions. George adores Timmy and thinks that Timmy is beautiful. In the first book of the series, George's parents forbid her to keep Timmy and George is forced to hide him. After the end of their first adventure, they relent and she allowed to keep him.

Enid Blyton wrote 21 Famous Five books; in chronological order they are:

  1. Five on a Treasure Island (1942 - ISBN 0-340-79614-6)
  2. Five Go Adventuring Again (1943 - ISBN 0-340-79615-4)
  3. Five Run Away Together (1944 - ISBN 0-340-79617-0)
  4. Five Go To Smuggler's Top (1945 - ISBN 0-340-79618-9)
  5. Five Go Off In A Caravan (1946 - ISBN 0-340-79619-7)
  6. Five on Kirrin Island Again (1947 - ISBN 0-340-79620-0)
  7. Five Go off to Camp (1948 - ISBN 0-340-79621-9)
  8. Five Get into Trouble (1949 - ISBN 0-340-79623-5)
  9. Five Fall into Adventure (1950 - ISBN 0-340-79622-7)
  10. Five on a Hike Together (1951 - ISBN 0-340-79624-3)
  11. Five Have A Wonderful Time (1952 - ISBN 0-340-79625-1)
  12. Five Go Down to the Sea (1953 - ISBN 0-340-79626-X)
  13. Five Go to Mystery Moor (1954 - ISBN 0-340-79627-8)
  14. Five Have Plenty of Fun (1955 - ISBN 0-340-68119-5)
  15. Five on a Secret Trail (1956 - ISBN 0-340-79629-4)
  16. Five Go to Billycock Hill (1957 - ISBN 0-340-79630-8)
  17. Five Get into a Fix (1958 - ISBN 0-340-03363-0)
  18. Five on Finniston Farm (1960 - ISBN 0-340-68123-3)
  19. Five Go to Demon's Rocks (1961 - ISBN 0-340-79633-2)
  20. Five Have a Mystery to Solve (1962 - ISBN 0-340-79634-0)
  21. Five Are Together Again (1963 - ISBN 0-340-79635-9)
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