Uh-oh! Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is stuck in reverse. And Little Harry’s pressed a button that means she’s reversing through time – with the Tootings aboard. When they finally come to a stop, it’s at the feet of a very hungry-looking T-rex. How are the Tootings – and Chitty – going to get out of this one?
More fun, fast, feel-good adventure with the world’s greatest car . . . driven by the world’s most hapless family.
Frank Cottrell-Boyce is a British screenwriter and award-winning novelist, best known for his children’s book Millions and for writing the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.
Joe Berger is an illustrator and writer of children’s books, and a recurring comic strips and cartoons artist for several publications. It is one of his greatest joys to tell jokes in cartoon form.
Most cars don't have a Chronojuster. It's a special handle that allows you to drive backwards and forwards in time. That's how special Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is - time travel is fitted as standard.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and the Race Against Time Audiobook
Boyce’s second sequel to Ian Fleming’s original novel picks up where the 2012 book left off, with the discovery that the Tooting family’s flying car …
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