Number one best-selling author David Walliams presents this explosively funny space adventure for children of 3 and up. Hilariously read by the author himself. Warning: very silly sound-effects included!Two big hippos.One enormous dream.Who can make it to the moon first?3...2...1.... BLAST OFF!Introducing a wonderfully charming and funny new picture book from two superstars! 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Walliams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/001960/bk_hcuk_001960_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Four of David Walliams’ amazing books in one spectacular collection for the first time! Read by the author himself. Thirty-three minutes of side-splitting stories for the very young, hilariously read by David Walliams. This unabridged compilation includes:´The Slightly Annoying Elephant´ What’s big, blue, bossy, and turns up uninvited? A slightly annoying elephant, of course!´The First Hippo on the Moon´ Two big hippos. One enormous dream. Who can make it to the moon first? 3...2...1.... Blast off!´The Bear Who Went Boo!´ At the top of the world, surrounded by snow and ice, lives a very cheeky polar bear cub who loves to go...boo! But this little bear cub doesn’t always know when to stop....´There´s a Snake in My School!´ Miranda loves to be different, and on bring-your-pet-to-school day she introduces everyone to her very different pet.... Penelope the snake. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Walliams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/004282/bk_hcuk_004282_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Bradt Guide to Uganda, now more than 500-pages long, is the definitive travel handbook to this wonderful but oft-neglected destination, not only providing comprehensive background information to its varied national parks, towns and other cultural attractions, but also including detailed reviews of the ever-growing selection of world-class lodges and budget hotels that service them. Uganda boasts the most varied - and arguably the most exciting - safari circuit in Africa. The lush montane forests of Bwindi protect the world´s largest remaining population of mountain gorillas, many of which have become habituated to tourists and can be tracked to within a few metres on foot. Elsewhere, Queen Elizabeth National Park, set below the snow-capped Mountains of the Moon, is renowned for its tree-climbing lions and abundant buffaloes. Elephants abound in Murchison Falls National Park, coursed through by a dramatic stretch of the White Nile dense with hippos, crocodiles and waterfowl, while Kibale Forest offers superb chimpanzee tracking as well as the opportunity to see ten other monkey species in their natural jungle habitat. For birders, an astonishing checklist of more than 1,000 species - in a country similar in size to Great Britain or the state of Oregon ¬- includes dozens of Western rainforest specials difficult to see elsewhere, as well as the iconic great blue turaco and shoebill. Philip Briggs is the world´s foremost writer of guidebooks to Africa. He has been exploring the continent´s highways, byways and backwaters for over 30 years.