The Creatures of Chichester: The One About the Curious Cloud

Narrated by: James Michael
Series: Creatures of Chichester, Book 3
Length: 1 hr and 23 mins

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Publisher's Summary

As a royal prince takes his first breath, strange things happen to the Twolegs of Chichester. It's something to do with the swirling purple cloud that has suddenly appeared above the cathedral. A little deaf girl and her pet rabbit, Plectrum, have no idea about the danger they are in - or how their lives will change forever. Once again, Button and Stitchley, the intrepid spiders from North Street, call on the creatures of Chichester to solve the mystery as they battle with the starving foxes howling in the night.

©2014 Christopher Joyce (P)2014 Christopher Joyce

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The Creatures rescue the two legs yet again!

Would you listen to The Creatures of Chichester: The One about the Curious Cloud again? Why?

Yes. This is a great story for kids. The animal characters are believable and entertaining, and the teamwork they display is inspirational. The book gives enough detail about different scenes to make events seem realistic, yet there is also enough action to keep the story interesting.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Creatures of Chichester: The One about the Curious Cloud?

I loved the amusing scenes with all the "two legs" hopping around like bunny rabbits.

What does James Michael bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Different voices for the many animal characters helped bring the story to life.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes. This is an interesting story, which keeps you guessing about what is really happening until the end.

Any additional comments?

The Creatures of Chichester are well-developed characters, and you soon feel involved in their lives. I can't wait to see what these creatures will get up to next!

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