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George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt

Narrated by: James Goode, Lucy Hawking
Series: George, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Kids, Fiction
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Can George solve the cosmic clues that lead him into space and on a fabulous treasure hunt across the galaxy? He and his friend Annie are determined to try - or planet Earth could be destroyed! A terrific adventure story PACKED with drama and excitement.

AND there are loads of REAL FACTS about space and the cosmos. From LUCY HAWKING and PROFESSOR STEPHEN HAWKING, the most famous science genius in the Universe!

©2009 Lucy Hawking (P)2009 Random House Audiobooks

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  • Jane
  • 04-30-09

9 year old grandson enjoyed this book very much

I got this for my grandson aged 9 who is an excellent reader. he had had the abridged edition through Kids Geographic. he was glued to his MP3 player. he found it funny and entertaining. Had a quick listen myself and it well read and lots of fun and informative.

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  • 03-26-10

Entertaining and educational

See my review for George's Secret Key to the Universe. Both these audio books are excellent and rewarding. I would say they would especially appeal to kids of 9–11, especially boys (and their mums). Younger children would probably enjoy them and maybe those a little older too but teenagers would probably feel that the characters are too young. Despite the brilliance of their authors, these stories are fun, easy to follow and not too erudite. The information filters through without any sense that we are learning lessons. My son has listened to both books over and over again and is now an excellent authority on the solar system at his school.