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Carl Hiaasen

Sound recording - 2018

Billy Dickens discovers that his mysterious father lives in Montana, so this summer Billy will fly across the country, hike a mountain, float a river, dodge a grizzly bear, shoot down a spy drone, and save his own father.

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Children's Room jBOOKS ON DISC/Hiaasen, Carl Due Jul 20, 2022
Subjects
Genres
Humorous fiction
Mystery fiction
Children's audiobooks
Audiobooks
Published
[New York, N.Y.] : Random House/Listening Library [2018]
Edition
Unabridged
Language
English
Physical Description
6 audio discs (7 hr., 20 min.) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in
Audience
8-12 years.
3-7.
ISBN
9781524754839
1524754838
Main Author
Carl Hiaasen (author)
Other Authors
Kirby Heyborne (narrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Billy Dickens discovers that his mysterious father lives in Montana, so this summer Billy will fly across the country, hike a mountain, float a river, dodge a grizzly bear, shoot down a spy drone, and save his own father.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

A wildly entertaining adventure involving snakes, grizzlies, a menacing drone, a missing father, and the kid determined to find him. In classic Hiaasen fashion, the animals here are wild, and the people are wilder! Some facts about Billy Dickens:   *  He once saw a biker swerve across the road in order to run over a snake.   *  Later, that motorcycle somehow ended up at the bottom of a canal.   *  Billy isn't the type to let things go. Some facts about Billy's family:   *  They've lived in six different Florida towns because Billy's mom insists on getting a house near a bald eagle nest.   *  Billy's dad left when he was four and is a total mystery.   *  Billy has just found his dad's address--in Montana. This summer, Billy will fly across the country, hike a mountain, float a river, dodge a grizzly bear, shoot down a spy drone, save a neighbor's cat, save an endangered panther, and then try to save his own father. "A fun romp that will keep readers hooked." —The New York Times