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Nou is hierdie bekende boek en film ook as luisterboek beskikbaar! Hanna het ‘n ongelooflike verbeelding en sy is boonop baie slim. Dis waarom sy so baie vrae vra en dis hieroor dat sy die bynaam “Hanna Hoekom” kry. Op ’n dag besluit haar eksentrieke ma dat die hele familie saam moet vakansie hou in ’n ou huis in die berge, waar die hele familie gestrand raak. Dis seker nie so erg nie, maar Hanna Hoekom se familie sluit in ’n gay biologiese pa, ’n stiefpa wat ‘n akteur is, twee stiefbroers en ‘n irriterende klein half-boetie! Ideale luisterstof vir die hele gesin.

Please note: This audiobook is in Afrikaans.

©2010 NB Publishers; 2010 Marita Van der Vyver

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Oulike storielyn. Baie geniet. Dit het nie te veel groot woorde nie so heel goed vir oorsee se mense wat miskien lanklaas afrikaans gelees of skryf het. Ek voel sommer al klaar beter met my afrikaans.

The narrator was excellent, clear enough so that I could make out each word. I needed that as I left SA after primary school but don't want to lose my first language.

Recommended for all ages.

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