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Editorial Reviews

"Monkey tricks, silly songs, Aussie kids sing along... Here we go, here we go...Tick-tick-tick-tick-Ticklepot!" So begins another edition of Peter Combe’s classic radio show for children, Ticklepot. Originally airing in the late 1980s, it sounds as fresh as ever.

Join Peter, his pet monkey, and a revolving cast of delightful characters - such as Monkey’s pet banana! - as they spin stories and sing songs that are as heartwarming and funny as they are educational. In this collection, you’ll hear all about Monkey’s teddy bear, who won’t stop sleeping, and the kwangle-wangle who has taken up residence in the tree. Look forward to Peter’s song about Humpty-Dumpty.

Publisher's Summary

Peter Combe is an award-winning performer and this Ticklepot makes the perfect traveling and bedtime entertainment.

This quality audiobook will entertain, educate and delight young listeners. Originally written and performed as a radio program, the Ticklepot episodes are hugely entertaining 10-minute stories featuring the fun-filled adventures of Monkey and Peter.

It's the ideal form of entertainment for kids in the car or in bed at night. The stories are written specifically to include popular songs by kid's entertainer, Peter Combe, including all-time favorite "Wash Your Face in Orange Juice".

The radio play of Ticklepot was awarded a Gold Medal for Best Children's Radio Program in the World in New York in 1989 and bronze medals 1990 and 1991. It was also awarded an International Award for Literacy. Peter Combe has won three ARIA awards for Best Children's Recording.

©2006 Peter Combe; (P)2006 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

Critic Reviews

"Peter Combe is Australia's first kids 'popstar' to the pre-teenage set." (The Age)

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