Jack's very special friend Tashi is back to share with him more of his fantastic adventures. This collection includes: "Tashi and the Baba Yaga", "Gone!", "Tashi and the Demons", and "The Magic Bell".
Well, it was like this. Come and I'll tell you about the time I tricked the last dragon of all. "Jack has an extraordinary new friend. Tashi comes from a place far away and tells the best stories - about how he escaped from a war lord and flew to Australia on a swan. About how he was chased by a giant.
We arrived at the tower at the top of the castle. The door was locked. 'We can't go into that room,' said Ho Hum. 'Not ever.' Tashi tells Jack about his scariest adventure ever the mysterious stranger Bluebeard moved into the old castle. Nobody knew what a monser Bluebeard was until he challenges Tashi to complete three impossible tasks. Can Tashi really save the day again?
"Tashi and the Haunted House": "Don't go near the ghost house. Who knows what is prowling around in there!" There's a light in the window of the haunted house, and Tashi is going in…He's brave, but is he fast enough to beat two mysterious strangers in a race around the village? And what will happen if he loses? "Tashi and the Royal Tomb": "Everything around me went still…the warrior's eyes were following me." Spooky things happen when an ancient burial site is discovered in the village and Tashi is nearly burned alive!
Tashi always has big adventures, like the time he got lost in the city and had no escape from the mean man with a glass eye and a silver dagger…then, on the way home, Tashi and Grandma are kidnapped by brigands called Fearless and Ferocious. But clever Tashi always knows what to do - stay calm, think hard and move fast. Anne Fienberg is one of Australia's most popular and prolific writers for children. This wonderful tale of Tashi is narrated by Tamblyn and will delight young listeners.
The latest collection of Tashi tales, based on the brand-new television series! When Jack’s parents bundle him off to stay with his distant cousin, Tashi, the two boys are swept up in a series of wild adventures. They explore a fantastical land far, far away and protect Tashi’s village from a host of creatures and villains. In a brand-new world, where nothing seems familiar, nobody knows what’s waiting around the corner!
The very lovable Tashi returns to tell Jack more of his adventures in faraway lands. Featured in this collection: "Tashi and the Ghosts", "Tashi and the Bandits", "Tashi and the Mountain of White Tigers", and "Tashi and the Stolen Children".
The crowd gasped in amazement. "Look at those shoes! Look at him fly!" Jack's Uncle Joe loves to tell stories, and so does Tashi - like the one about the magic shoes and Uncle Tiki Pu's sneaky plan. In the second story in this audiobook, 'The Fortune Teller', find out what Tashi did when the fortune teller, Luk Ahed, said that his tenth birthday would be his last. There's no stopping Tashi.
Anna Fienberg's fabulous new high-seas pirate adventure, with scoundrels and blaggards, devilish treachery and pirates who long for a bit of comfort - great reading for 8- to 12-year-olds from the world of Horrendo's Curse. Will could walk a tightrope and juggle bananas as he went. 'One day you'll be the star of a circus,' his mother told him. 'But until then, you must be a secret.' For each year pirates came to the islands to steal young boys for their crew. And if that happened to you, well, you may as well kiss your life good-bye.
Here are four wonderful fishy tales about Madeline the Mermaind, her medgo, Byron, and her mercat, Bella. This collection of imaginative Anna Fienberg stories is told by actor Tara Morice and includes "The Mermaid with Wild Yellow Hair", "Horatio the Jellyfish", "The Sea Harpy", and "The Sea Witch War". Will Madeline be swallow up by the monster Kraken? Or will she be bored to death by the talking Pufferfish? Can she escape the Sea Harpy with her hair of hissing snakes? And prevent a war of magic between the rival Sea Witches - a war that would mean the end for all sea creatures?
Callisto May knows a lot about planets. She could name all the moons of Jupiter, or tell you the dimensions of the Great Red Spot, but she doesn't know much about love. She's so used to pleasing other people that she has lost track of how to be herself. And now there's no one close enough to help: her boyfriend is way out of reach; her mother is distracted by sad ladies; and her dad - well his motto is be prepared, which is exactly what Cally wasn't.
I think the best number in the whole universe is eight. My friend, Asim, likes numbers about as much as me, but he likes them all - odd or even. Esmarelda, though, who lives across the street, isn't so fond of numbers and she hates math. Singing's more her thing. She's really good, too - nearly as good as my mum. Mum's a professional singer, or was, until we had to move. The worst number in the universe, though, is seven. For a start, it's an odd number, and it's thin and sharp and mean-looking, like a medieval scythe. So when I saw 777 on that Mustang's license plate, I knew it was the start of something bad. And I was right.