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The Great Dream Robbery

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The Professor invented a device that allows you to visit other people's dreams. But the devious Lilith Delamere has trapped him inside a nightmare and Maya and the mysterious Dream Bandits must find a way to rescue him before it's too late! Maya will face a dangerous journey and some difficult choices. But sometimes all you need is a dream . . . and a bit of courage.

The Great Dream Robbery’ is a book written by BBC Radio 1 hosts and children’s authors, Greg James and Chris Smith. It tells the story of 12 year old Maya who, unlike most other children her age, actually wants to go to bed early. Why? Because falling asleep is her only chance to save her dad, Professor Dexter, from the deceitful villain Lilith Delamere, who has trapped the Professor inside of a nightmare. Maya joins forces with the Dream Bandits to rescue him before time runs out. I can’t wait to listen to the audio version, as I just know it will be as stupendously epic as the Kid Normal narrations. This madcap adventure could have only been dreamt up by the crazy minds of Greg James and Chris Smith - part science-fiction, part mission impossible, part mystery that needs solving and a whole lot of fun' Read more DetailsA really fun read....I think reading this to kids would be great fun and/or listening to the audio book would be amazing, the next time I want to "read" it I'll definitely look to see if there is an audio version available.

Thrilling, funny and inventive adventure featuring a wannabe spy, an evil supervillain and a secret weapon that could explode her Mum’s brain.When Maya’s dad, the inventor an innovative dream machine becomes trapped in a dream at the hands of the evil CEO of Insomnia, Inc., it will take creativity and imagination to rescue him and save the world from villains with the power to control dreams.

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