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The Night Train (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Night Train (MP3)
Written by:
Matilda Woods 
Read by:
John Voce 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
23 minutes 
MP3 size:
56 MB 
Published:
October 14 2021 
Available Date:
October 14 2021 
Age Category:
Children (8+) 
ISBN:
9781867574002 
Genres:
Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; Fantasy 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Little Tiger Group 
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Bestselling author
Australian author

An uplifting story celebrating the power of working together by Matilda Woods, author of The Boy, the Bird and the Coffin Maker.

With a shrill whistle the Night Train is off, delivering its passengers to children's dreams. The yeti, the ballet dancer, the friendly monster and the princess all have starring roles. But when the train comes to an unexpected halt it's a race against time to get it moving again. Can they reach their dreams before midnight?

'John Voce introduces this fantasy about a train that transports those who star in children's dreams. Listeners hop aboard with a guard named Charlie, who punches tickets for diverse passengers heading to Sleepy Town. En route, Voce's Yeti makes tea; Henri explains ballet steps; Princess Mae discusses her dreamer, Polly; and Monster blows balloons to comfort Alec. Realistic sound effects – such as a train whistle, snow crunching, and a teapot whistling – add atmosphere. Suspense occurs when the train stops because a tree has fallen across the tracks. Voce shines as Princess Mae, who motivates the reluctant passengers to help move the tree, allowing the nightly dreams to proceed. The inspiring solution of teamwork enables the train to arrive with seconds to spare, making for a satisfying listening experience.'
AudioFile Magazine