Jennings' Diary

  • by Anthony Buckeridge
  • Narrated by Simon Vance
  • 4 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

“Hah-ooh cinosrepus! ‘Selbanev, Nosnikta, Senoj-Nitram,’ said Jennings. ‘They’re the names of people, I bet you can’t guess who!’ ‘Russian agents? - Zulu tribesmen? - Ancient kings of Egypt?’ hazarded Darbishire. ‘No, no, no,’ Jennings flipped his fingers in delight and danced ungainly ballet steps round the tuck-boxes. ‘Oh, wacko! If you can’t guess, neither will anybody else, so we can use it for the code.’”
When Jennings’ new diary is made public, the thought of his most private thoughts being made public spur him to invent a secret language. Will anyone be able to decode it? And how does Jennings end up on the wrong side of the law? And what of the collection of ancient relics a visit to the Natural History Museum inspires Jennings and Darbishire to establish? Find answers to these and other questions, in this entertaining story by Anthony Buckeridge, narrated by the talented Simon Vance.
Jennings' DiaryJennings Goes to School and Jennings Again! were adapted for radio by Anthony Buckeridge and read by Stephen Fry, and Mark Williams (Aurthor Weasley in the Harry Potter films), recorded an abridged version of Jennings Little Hut, all produced by the BBC. Loved by kids and adults alike, the Jennings books were translated into several languages and have sold over six million worldwide. Described as “Harry Potter without magic, but funnier,” and “P.G. Wodehouse for kids,” you’ll want to check out the other titles in this series available from Post Hypnotic Press.

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Hilarious

Hilarious! One of the most funny books I have ever listened to on audible. And I have listened to a lot.
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- Shelduck

A serious feast of nostalgia.

Where does Jennings' Diary rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This was a treat to listen to when winding down at the end of a hard day. It reminds me of a less stressful time of life, when doing my homework was perhaps the hardest thing that I had to remember!


What was one of the most memorable moments of Jennings' Diary?

This has to be any time when Jennings collides (figuratively) with Old Wilkie.


Have you listened to any of Simon Vance’s other performances? How does this one compare?

I have only listened to Simon Vance's readings of other Jennings books, but he has captured them perfectly.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Definitely - but sadly I had to get some sleep so rationed myself to a couple of chapters per night.


Any additional comments?

I have just added another Jennings book to my collection and look forward to another dose of escapism.

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- Russell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 18-01-2012
  • Publisher: Post Hypnotic Press Inc.