Tashi and the Stolen Bus #13
Tashi’s exciting adventures continue in the 13th book of this captivating series as he must once again use his clever wit and trickery to outsmart harrowing demons. When the demons hijack one of Can-Du’s buses and kidnap his son in the process, Tashi must get behind the wheel to rescue Little Can-Du and catch the thief red-handed. Brave Tashi must pull out all the stops to drive the evil demons from the village and bring Little Can-Du back to safety.
Winner of Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year: Lower Primary Children 2007.
'Energetic and well-paced, the 13th book penned by the mother and daughter team is another winner. Gamble's illustrations are consistently entertaining and give the book added dimension.'Sunday Age, 9 July 2006'A lovely read for any age.'New Idea, 30 September 2006'It is a story of magic, courage and triumph of brains over brawn...this new title is sure to be a hit with the 7-10 year old set.'Western Star, 4 July 2006
Anna and Barbara Fienberg write the Tashi stories together. When Anna was a child, Barbara read bedtime stories to her and they would travel to all the secret places in the world through books. They started making up the Tashi stories when Barbara remembered how, when she was a child, she used to tell stories, creative fibs...whoppers! And kids would crowd around, dying to hear her latest tale. Anna and Barbara talked about a character like her - someone who told fantastic stories - and over many cups of tea they cooked up Tashi! Kim Gamble is one of Australia's leading illustrators for children. Barbara Fienberg writes the Tashi stories in collaboration with her daughter Anna Fienberg.