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Wed Wabbit

Narrated by: Lissa Evans
Length: 4 hrs and 7 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)
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Summary

A hugely funny 'down the rabbit hole' adventure from the author of internationally best-selling Small Change for Stuart.

You're called Fidge, and you're nearly 11. You've been hurled into a strange world. You have three companions: two are unbelievably weird, and the third is your awful cousin Graham. You have to solve a series of nearly impossible clues. You need to deal with a cruel dictator and 3,000 Wimbley Woos (yes, you read that sentence correctly). And the whole situation - the whole, entire thing - is your fault.

Wed Wabbit is an adventure story about friendship, danger and the terror of never being able to get back home again. And it's funny. It's seriously funny.

©2016 Lissa Evans (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

Critic reviews

"Inventive, funny and not a word out of place." ( The Bookseller)

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Wonderful

It was very funny at points although Fidge made me quite annoyed with her a lot! Overall it was very good and I think that you should at least listen to the first chapter!

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I think this is better for younger children

I am a adult that usually enjoys older children books, but this was only ok, sometimes it seemed very stupid or daft yet I will Admit it I did also sometimes find it funny, & I enjoyed it better once I got in to it. it also has a few nice little messages. this is a good book for younger children or those slightly older of around 10/11 the age of the main character, especially if they have younger brothers or sisters who are a good few years younger than them, has they will probably simpersise with Fitch & understand some of her thinking & actions etc.

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  • WMA
  • London, UK
  • 30-03-18

My 8yo is on her 2nd listen already

“This was a very enjoyable book, I loved it. It was both funny and scary which was great. I particularly liked the Wimberly Woos.”