Special Sub-Topic: The Secret Room
|In the beginning of the story, Fatty(Fredrick) comes in with a beautifully made card. Who was it going to be given to?|
Inspector Jenks. Yes, it was for Inspector Jenks! Who else? In the beginning, while all the Find Outers are making their cards, Fatty enters with a beautifully made card.
|What was it that Bets wanted for Christmas? Who had given it to her at last? |
She wanted a doll that could open and shut its eyes, Fatty had given it to her. Bets had hoped a lot that she would get a beautiful doll which could open and shut its eyes, but she was disappointed. But at last, her favourite friend Fatty bought it for her.
|The French boy was Fatty's first ever disguise.|
Yes. It was the first time in the series that Enid Blyton introduced Fatty's art of disguising.
|What substitute did they use for the invisible ink?|
Orange juice. By mistake, the bottle of invisible ink was upset by Bets. In order to make up for it, they used the juice of orange.
|What was the road in which Milton House was located?|
Chestnut Lane. This was mentioned when Fatty went to ask the house agent more information on Milton House.
|What was the name of the old owner of Milton House, who had owned it before selling it to Mr. Smith?|
Miss Crump. Fatty found out from the house agent that Milton House was owned by "Miss Crump". They also used to make a frequent mistake by calling Miss Crump, "Crumpet".
|How did Fatty get into the house?|
Through the coal hole. Fatty had found out the coal hole previously. It was here that Fatty shut Mr. Goon.
|In what disguise was Fatty when he entered the Milton house?|
As the French boy. The French boy disguise, which had proved very good in fooling his friends, was tried out again.
|What kind of sandwiches did the people who had trapped Fatty in the Secret Room give him?|
Ham sandwiches. Fatty was given two or three measley ham sandwiches, which he hated.
|In this book ,the leader has been changed. Who was the old leader?|
Larry. Fatty had returned from school with lot of new tricks up his sleeve. He told the others that unless he was made the leader, he would not teach them the tricks.
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