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Editorial Reviews

In the first part of Stig Wemyss's made-for-audiobook series The Tripp Diaries, Nick Tripp faces down the unwelcome idea of a family trip across Australia. But the trip ends up being a lot more exciting than Nick had expected when the family gets caught up in a big adventure: tracking down koala kidnappers. Wemyss, a beloved children's audiobook narrator, brings an excitable, spirited, fun-loving verve to his performance, which features vocal contributions from an energetic and talented cast. Up-tempo music and a fast pace make this an engrossing listen for kids who crave thrilling stories with lots of action.

Publisher's Summary

Nick Tripp reluctantly begins yet another car trip across Australia with his family, which quickly develops into something far more. Soon the whole family is involved in tracking down some suspected koala kidnappers! The nail-biting adventure is interspersed with a mad-cap variety show and original catchy songs. It's perfect in-car entertainment - and the only way to survive the back seat!

This unique audiobook is one that truly the whole family will enjoy. Everyone will be able to relate to at least one member of the Tripp family!

© Mezzanine Productions; (P) Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

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