How to Survive Without Grown-Ups Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Get set for the new hilarious out-of-this-world adventure series for listeners aged eight +—this is the perfect new series for fans of Tom Gates, David Solomons and Star Wars!
Mum and Dad have left—gone to Mars, and they’re never coming back....
FREEDOM AT LAST!
But this isn’t one of Dad’s weird jokes; it’s REAL. It’s up to 10-year-old Eliza and her genius little brother, Johnnie, to find out what’s going on, and launch a rescue....
Can they handle vampire squids, a suspicious villain, a secret island full of traps and a trip into space? And—more importantly—will they ever get their parents back?
The funniest, zaniest, most out-of-this-world adventure you’ll hear all year!
Look out for Eliza and Johnnie's second adventure, How to Survive Time Travel. Out now!
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|Listening Length||3 hours and 41 minutes|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||19 August 2021|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Audio UK|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 27,540 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
25 in Robots Fiction for Children
165 in Children's Books on Siblings
211 in Humourous Fiction for Children
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You just can’t help but immediately get sucked in to the plight and perils of nervy Eliza and her genius younger brother Johnnie and watch their relationship and resilience develop and unfold in the midst of a seemingly impossible mission to get their astronaut /inventor parents back from a one-way trip to Mars.
Packed with land, sea, jungle and space missions, helpful (and not so helpful!) creatures, robots, robo-animals and an insane megalomaniac billionaire, it’s got the lot. All bundled up in a tightly written, tense, thrilling and laugh-out-loud page-turner where the illustrations add a delicious extra dollop of humour.
If you don’t read this, then you’re a complete Bonobobot*
* see page 155. I promise you, it’s brilliant.