By Enid Blyton
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Oh yes. They love it, though they can't read anything on the screen, of course. None of them can read or write," said Lucian. " "A queer mixture," said Jack. " "Oh, they know all right," said Lucian, and he paused to shout angrily at a small child who was trying slyly to pull at a ribbon Lucy-Ann was wearing in her dress. Kiki also began to scream excitedly, and Micky jumped up and down on Philip's shoulder, chattering. The child flew away in terror. Lucy-Ann felt quite sorry for it. Lucian took them to the shops.
A map of the island? " asked Dinah, in excitement. "Yes. Years later. A Greek merchantman got hold of it somehow and pored over the old map till he had made some sense out of it. He made up his mind that it could refer to only five out of all the islands in the Aegean Sea — and there are heaps and heaps, you know. " asked Lucy-Ann, her eyes shining. " "Yes — the old story says he did find the island — and found out where the treasure was too. " There was a disappointed silence. " asked Jack.
I can't tell, can you? The letters on it aren't like ours. " The ship in the bottle was duly given to Philip two days later on his birthday. He was thrilled. Lucy-Ann glowed with delight when she saw how pleased he was. "But where did you get it? " he said. "Quite the nicest. Really beautifully made. I wonder how old it is. I'm glad it's such a nice big one too. " Micky and Kiki came to look at the ship in the bottle. Micky saw the ship through the glass and tried to get hold of it. He couldn't, of course, because of the glass, and it puzzled him.