Pirate the barking kookaburra unabridged audiobook

Pirate: The Barking Kookaburra

Written By Adrian Plitzco
Read By Anne Phelan Guinevere Spiesberger Jenny Jarman David Tredinnick Francis Greenslade Drew Tingwell
Length: 2 hours and 24 minutes
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What do three dogs and a cat have to say when a baby kookaburra is found in their yard? Buddha, the cat, starts by asking, "What the blooming tail is it, mate?" Hoover, one of the dogs, thought it looked like lunch. Ajax thought it was a toy. But Stelze, an aging Doberman, informed everyone it was a baby, and she planned to protect it in every way possible. A young kookaburra named Pirate finds himself on an unfamiliar farm after a storm. Three dogs and a cat befriend Pirate, socalled because of a circle of black feathers around his left eye and a band of black feathers around his head. The local kookaburras think the young bird is a parrot in disguise because he can't laugh. When the dogs teach Pirate to bark, a poisonous snake lurking in the tall grass is confused. Fullgrown kookaburras, easily identified by their raucous laughter, can kill snakes, but this little bird only barks. When a second storm strikes the farm, Pirate remembers where he lives and realizes that his parents must be terribly worried. The old dog Stelze attempts to lead him home, but the long journey through the tall grass wears her out. Pirate ventures out alone and barely escapes the snake, which bites Stelze as she tries to protect the bird. How Pirate and the kookaburras dispatch the snake and the farmer gets Stelze to a veterinarian just in time make an exciting conclusion. Pirate's differences become his strengths, and he finds the courage within that comes only from a crisis. ,P>A very Australian audio book complete with sounds of the bush, big Australian accents (but easily understandable), and characters who say 'bloody'. Sections of the story are punctuated leisurely by pleasant and cheery bushfolk music.For children ages 4 through 11.

Bubenberg Audio & Book presents Pirate: The Barking Kookaburra written by Adrian Plitzco and read by Anne Phelan, Guinevere Spiesberger, Jenny Jarman, David Tredinnick, Francis Greenslade, Drew Tingwell .

Pirate is available in a downloadable version that can be played on iPods, iPhones, iPads, Droid phones, Blackberry's and numerous other types of devices.

This reading of Pirate is shorter than average. It is 144 minutes long. This makes the listening experience about 100% shorter than normal.

This version of Pirate: The Barking Kookaburra costs less than average. The price is $17.47 and that is 3% less than the average.

Anne Phelan, Guinevere Spiesberger, Jenny Jarman, David Tredinnick, Francis Greenslade, Drew Tingwell's reading of Pirate: The Barking Kookaburra by Adrian Plitzco's is rated 74 out of a possible 100 points.

Adrian Plitzco has published 2 audiobooks./a>.

Adrian Plitzco's audiobooks are rated about average with a score of 74 out of a possible 100 points.

Adrian Plitzco's average book is 143 minutes long and that makes this author's books about 60% shorter than the average length.

Adrian Plitzco's average audiobook is priced at $17.47 and that makes this author's books about 3% less than the average price.

Bubenberg Audio & Book has published 2 books in audio versions.

Bubenberg Audio & Book's audiobooks are rated as average by their listeners.

Bubenberg Audio & Book's average book is 143 minutes long and that makes the performances of this publisher's books about 60% shorter than the average length.

Bubenberg Audio & Book's average audiobook costs $17.47 and that makes this publisher's books about 3% less than the average price.

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Genres: Fiction Kids Ages 8-10 Ages 5-7


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