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Our eldests first foray into the mind of Terry Pratchett and he loves it. In his 12yr old words "it's dead cool" He's listened to it many times now and never seems to tire of it.
Great stories that never grow old
Enid Blyton books are still firm favourites and my daughter loves them. This series and Malory Towers are her absolute favourites so she has them in audio and book forms. No need to worry about what the kids are reading when we've all read them ourselves and know there's no dodgy content. Quite enjoyed listening to these myself when she has them on in the car!
Got this for our 8yr old daughter who has read the first 3 in the series in book form. She loved it and it made a long car journey very enjoyable for her.
A parents worst nightmare, their child going missing from their own home. The story flowed easily and I found myself listening long after I should've switched off. Definitely try book 2 in the series.
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I'll never be able to think of King Alfred burning his cakes the same way again!
I just love the St Mary's books and this one was just as good as the previous ones. They really cheer you up when you're feeling down.
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brilliant third book
a wonderful brilliant third instalment of this series. didn't want it to end, next one please ☺
A brilliant sequel to A Cuckoo's Calling. I hope there's going to be more in the series.
Just right for little girls
My 7yr old daughter adores these books, they're great for little girls (and big girls!)
I got this as I love books based around Arthur and Merlin. An amazing book that I couldn't stop listening to, the story just pulled you in. The characters are well written and Jonathan Keeble (who is fast becoming one of my favourite narrators) reads it so well that you feel like you're really in the story and the characters come alive. I'm a fan of Bernard Cornwell and this book has really started this series well.