- Audible Audiobook
- Listening Length: 50 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: dcrushbooks.com
- Audible.com Release Date: July 29, 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00M8E37TM
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Robby's Quest: Thrills and Chills Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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As the flock gathered in Muscle Beach, they learned that Wanda the whale and Simon the Seagull were joining the traveling group. This incredible adventure included sunbathing, sight-seeing at local attractions, and fun at an amusement park. After the friendly flock ventured off to ride the Ferris Wheel and Roller Coaster, they discovered that Wanda met a friend named Wilma, which made the Sparrow girls happy, knowing that Wanda had company.
As the journey continued, the flock of birds enjoyed a forest of coastal Redwoods, but as they were admiring the stunning view, a giant Hawk swooped down and kidnapped Rory and Riley. A search party was formed by the worried flock of birds, as a Red Fox and a wise Old Owl, helped the birds on their rescue mission to find the stolen babies. Ellie the Eagle was not only willing to help immediately, but was happy to save the babies lives.
After Ellie was shown a token of appreciation as Rubby and Ricky hugged and thanked her for the heroic act she performed, the happy flock of birds flew back to Golden Gate Park, where they began to build their new home. This enjoyable adventure will not only make children giggle along the way at some funny events during an amazing journey, but will also teach them about life's lessons, and the true meaning of loyalty,and friendship.
The inspiring story entertains throughout, as the colorful illustrations bring it to life. Charming, fun-filled, and educational. Highly recommended to teachers, parents, and child-care providers.
This was a very enjoyable story and I would definitely recommended it.
It is a nice break for kids playing games all the time on the iPad or kindle and using their imagination instead, which comes natural to them. Well worth it.
The birds make friends along the way with Wanda, the whale, Rhonda, the Red Fox, Ollie the Owl, and Ellie the Eagle, who all helped the birds. They visit the sites out west and ride a roller coaster and bungee jump.
Children will learn about cooperation, how to get along with one another, and the value of friendship and family. All D.C Rush's books are beautifully illustrated with eye-catching colors and environmentally educational for children.
Telling their stories to their friends they discuss where they will go next. They want to travel to Ohio but it is too far so they decide to take smaller trips and work their way up the west coast.
The flock travels to San Francisco with there friends the Whales. The see the sights and visit Chinatown. The stop by an amusement park along the way and ride some of the rides. These friends have so much fun.
This book teaches friendship, trust, leadership, and teamwork. It is a great series.
I received this book as a gift for an honest review.
During their adventures, they have fun visiting lots of new places and meeting new friends, soon discovering that the tales of their previous escapades have spread far and wide.
However, at a resting place in a Redwood forest disaster strikes the flock in the shape of another bird - an evil Hawk.
In this book, as in the others of this series, children through an engaging story which is really beautifully illustrated, learn about important qualities, such as obeying their parents, consideration for others, loyalty, friendship and trust.
I think that an added bonus is that, whilst sitting watching the birds feed with the children I found myself showing them the different bird species, and we had great fun comparing them to the Robby's Quest characters.
Robby and his flock of fellow birds have increased. It is a new spring and decisions have to be made. Some of the birds opt to stay behind. The rest fly north along the coast. There they find fun thrills and some nasty chills. Will they reach their goal or will their adventures take their toll?
I loved how the birds have matured and the leadership has advanced. I also love how the animals work together on their ventures.
I highly recommend this book for upper Primary to Middle School age children. It is also great reading for adults.
Disclaimer: DC Rush sent me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review - which I feel that I have provided.