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The Terrible Two's Last Laugh

The Terrible Two Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Adam Verner
Series: The Terrible Two Series, Book 4
Length: 3 hrs and 5 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 8-10
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It's Miles' and Niles' final year at Yawnee Valley Science and Letters Academy, and the Terrible Two have one goal: an epic prank. Something big, something brilliant, something that will leave a lasting legacy at their school. It should be easy-peasy for these experts, especially now that their principal has gone from archnemesis to pranking protege. 

But their smooth sailing gets downright bumpy when they find out that the new superintendent is none other than Bertrand Barkin, their principal's father...and their sworn enemy. Now that Former Principal Barkin is Acting Superintendent Barkin, he has a first order of business: his long-promised revenge on the Terrible Two.

This rollicking finale to the best-selling series by Mac Barnett and Jory John will settle once and for all who - between quick wits and powerful fists - will have the last laugh.

©2019 Mac Barnett and Jory John (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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best one of them all I loved it. it was better than 1 and 2

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Hilarious

The Terrible Two series has been a joy to listen to and although it is missing the very fun illustrations in the printed version it makes up for it by having a reader who gives each of the characters distinct vocal tics. His performance as Principal Barkin is top notch. This book also has a bit more emotional heft that is carried off well by both writer and reader.

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The Terrible Two Revealed

Well read AND Written, I Didn’t Like The Series Ends On A Cliffhanger

Truly,
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