Audiobook Compilation: Stories for Summer Holidays, Age 5+

Twelve of the best-loved children’s book stories to get your little ones through the longest journeys this summer.

Worried about how to keep your little ones occupied this Summer? . . . Worry no more with this compilation of twelve of the best-loved children’s stories. Two hours of audio fun to keep your children entertained on even the longest journeys – keeping at bay the dreaded question, ARE WE THERE YET?

Featuring some of the biggest names in children’s stories – Michael Morpurgo, Oliver Jeffers, Michael Bond and Jill Barklem – this collection has it all. Full of laughter, and tonnes of fun. A must-have for the Summer Holidays.

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Release Date: 23/08/2018

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Stories Included in this Audiobook Compilation

The Three Bears and Goldilocks (Nursery Tales) by Jonathan Langley, read by Victoria Wood

Paddington: The Original Story of the Bear from Peru by Michael Bond, read by Paul Vaughan

Dolphin Boy by Michael Morpurgo, read by Jot Davies

The Three Billy Goats Gruff (Nursery Tales) by Jonathan Langley, read by Victoria Wood

Little Wolf and Smelly Breff: What’s the Time, Little Wolf? by Ian Whybrow, read by Griff Rhys Jones

The Incredible Book Eating Boy by Oliver Jeffers, read by Jim Broadbent

Rumpelstiltskin (Nursery Tales) by Jonathan Langley read by Victoria Wood

And In My Suitcase I Put (Iggy and Me) by Jenny Valentine, read by Charlotte Strevens

Running Down to the Beach (The Adventures of Bottersnikes and Gumbles) by S. A. Wakefield, read by Nicholas Osmond

Brambly Hedge: Summer Story by Jill Barklem, read by John Moffat

Rumpelstiltskin (Little Red Riding Hood) by Jonathan Langley read by Victoria Wood

Paddington and the Marmalade Maze by Michael Bond, read by Jim Broadbent

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