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The tiger's been gone for 10 gazillion years, which is great news for T-Rab. He successfully defended his territory from the tiger spy. Yes!

Wait a minute! How'd that tiger get back in the classroom? And why are the students so happy to see him? Don't they know he's up to no good, plotting against their beloved Tyrabbisaurus Rex?

Well, it's a good thing T-Rab's got a plan to save the world from that dastardly spy of a tiger!

Warning: This audiobook contains bunny poop, fierce Tyrabbisaurus Rexes, and a rampaging tiger spy. Listen at your own risk.

©2017 A.J. Culey (P)2018 A.J. Culey

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Go T-Rab! Great follow up to the first book!!!

Great follow up to the first book in the series! In this one the class goes on a trip to the museum to see the dinosaurs and one of the kids smuggles T-Rab in her backpack so he can come along too. He sneaks off and goes on his own little adventure. T-Rab’s nemesis, the stuffed tiger, also makes another appearance to shake things up. As usual a bit of silly chaos ensues but is all cleaned up nicely in the end. This series is so much fun to listen to!!! The narrator does a wonderful job capturing all the different personalities of the characters. He does an especially great job with T-Rab. Kids will love listening to this and it will definitely hold their attention because of all the action. There is also a section at the end that talks about bunny care and the responsibilities of having a bunny as a pet. This is great for kids. It’s done in a way that they can relate to and can learn something. I can’t wait for the next in the series to be released!
I would like to thank the author/narrator/publisher for generously providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.