With what can best be described as a mischievous twinkle in his voice, Australian journalist and best-selling children’s book author Morris Gleitzman creates a memorable, hilarious, nasally (and gross) tale that entertains and even teaches a bit. This installment of Gleitzman’s engaging series starring internal parasites and bodily fluids features microscopic bacteria Aristotle and brother Blob expelled from the utopia of the nose and onto an adventure to discover (while amongst a new cast of characters with germy links to the world they left behind) the best place to laugh, joke and be happy.
I listened to the first half of the story, and all I can say, "Halarius Stuff Here"!
The narrator does an awesome job. I am ordering more from this author & narrator right now.
I reccomend this one highly!
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