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Gasp! Zapt! Splat! (MP3) - Terry Denton

Gasp! Zapt! Splat! (MP3)

Author: Terry Denton
Read by: Stig Wemyss

MP3 CD

Published: 1st October 2013
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Praise for the Gasp! trilogy: "Hilarious tale of a feisty, boastful, clever little fish ... Very very funny." - Magpies Magazine.

"this is Terry Denton at his zany best." - Reading Time.



"Devilish." - Herald Sun.

"Very silly and very clever." - Better Parenting

A wickedly clever and witty trilogy from award-winning children's author Terry Denton.

Three side-splitting stories in one hilarous audio book.

Narrated by the irrepressible Stig Wemyss.

Gasp!: Clever and witty, this hilarious story is about a naughty, greedy little fish who nearly gets what he deserves.

Zapt!: This hilarious sequel to Gasp! will leave you breathless, as our favourite fish stars again in an extraordinary and shocking adventure.

Splat!: A third side-splitting adventure about everyone's favourite fish. Mayhem follows when our shocked hero discovers a stranger in his bowl.

About the Author

Terry Denton is among Australia's busiest literary creative forces and his work, either as a writer, illustrator or both, can be found in popular children's titles such as Gasp!, Duck for Cover and Sucked In!

Born in Melbourne in 1950, second youngest of five boys, Terry originally studied architecture, but unhappy with that course, he left university and set about discovering what kind of artist he really wanted to be. His work is characterised by a devious sense of humour, an adventurous and inventive drawing style and an informed flair for what interests and amuses kids.

He lives by the beach with his wife and three kids, two dogs, a few chooks and a huge burial mound of previous pets. His hobbies include: bushwalking, ball sports, water sports, painting, strangling cats and visiting sick people in hospital.

ISBN: 9781486200733
ISBN-10: 1486200737
Audience: Children
Format: MP3 CD
Language: English
Published: 1st October 2013
Weight (kg): 0.5