Tolle Musik, abwechslungsreiche Texte, satte Beats: Der Tonie "Unter meinem Bett 4" bringt viele neue Songs mit. Tonie Hörfigur von tonies Reihe: Unter meinem Bett Titel: Unter meinem Bett 4 Laufzeit: ca. 52 Min. technische Details: magnethaftend, handbemalt, integrierter NFC-Chip, Material: Kunststoff Lieferumfang: Hörfigur, Booklet, Bedienungsanleitung geeignet ab 4 Jahren Hiervon kriegt man nicht genug: Der vierte Teil der beliebten Musik-Reihe mit verschiedenen Künstlern, abwechslungsreichen und cleveren Texten, und Beats, die Erwachsene und Kinder nicht mehr ausschalten möchten. Mit neuen Songs von Alin Coen, Maeckes,Gisbert zu Knyphausen, Francesco Wilking, Moritz Krämer, Dota, u.v.m.. Tonies sind Hörfiguren für die Toniebox. Sie machen Hören anfassbar, denn mit ihnen bedient man die Toniebox. Man kann sie aber auch sammeln und mit ihnen spielen. Um der Geschichte zu lauschen, stellt man die Hörfigur einfach auf die Toniebox. Titelliste 01 – "Ich bin nicht niedlich" von Larissa Pesch 02 – "Extrawurst" von Theodor Shitstorm 03 – "Tier" von Eule und Lerche (aka Lisa Bassenge und Boris Meinhold) 04 – "Monster & Drachen" von Dota 05 – "Feige Nuss" von Maike Rosa Vogel 06 – "Tiere im Wald" von Alin Coen 07 – "Mensch ärger dich nicht" von Karl die Große 08 – "Bestimmer" von Locas in Love feat. Gorilla Club 09 – "Ich bin cool" von Buddy Buxbaum 10 – "Alle alle sind Musik" von Max Schröder & Die Chorinies 11 – "Im Wasser kann ich fliegen" von Bernd Begemann und Belinda 12 – "Flattermaus" von Die Schwarzen Tasten (mit Tobias Siebert von Klez) 13 – "Alle fallen um" von Maeckes 14 – "Das ist schon das Lied" von Francesco Wilking, Moritz Krämer und Gysbert zu Knyphausen 15 – "Geschwisterlied" von Sarah und Julian Hinweise Die Toniebox ist nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten – bitte separat bestellen. Bitte beachten: Eine Rückgabe ist nur mit ungeöffneter Originalverpackung möglich. Wir bitten um Dein Verständnis.
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Andre Dubus III, author of the National Book Award–nominated House of Sand and Fog and The Garden of Last Days, reflects on his violent past and a lifestyle that threatened to destroy him—until he was saved by writing. After their parents divorced in the 1970s, Andre Dubus III and his three siblings grew up with their exhausted working mother in a depressed Massachusetts mill town saturated with drugs and crime. To protect himself and those he loved from street violence, Andre learned to use his fists so well that he was even scared of himself. He was on a fast track to getting killed—or killing someone else—or to beatings-for-pay as a boxer. Nearby, his father, an eminent author, taught on a college campus and took the kids out on Sundays. The clash of worlds couldn’t have been more stark—or more difficult for a son to communicate to a father. Only by becoming a writer himself could Andre begin to bridge the abyss and save himself. His memoir is a riveting, visceral, profound meditation on physical violence and the failures and triumphs of love. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andre Dubus III. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/004215/bk_blak_004215_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lost One Standing is a breezy young adult thriller with a unique heist story that will appeal to listeners of all ages. When a ruthless criminal mastermind with dark intentions takes a tony New England prep school hostage, Cade Dixon faces a choice: As a working class townie worth nothing in their perverse bidding war, he can save himself or try to stop them. It would have been an easy choice - save his own skin - except for one thing. If would mean leaving behind Kira. Soon, with the fate of the student body left to them, Kira and Cade must sacrifice their own safety and attempt to outwit a daunting and deadly group of criminals. Cade was never dying to be a hero. But he just might. 1. Language: English. Narrator: George Newbern. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/203782/bk_acx0_203782_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Based on filmmaker Todd Verow’s experiences at Rhode Island School of Design. After being accepted into a prestigious New England art school, sexy small-town Joe and townie mastermind Jennifer quickly join forces. They are determined to succeed on a campus over-populated with jaded mega-rich kids awash in trust funds, abortions and drugs galore. Both are forced into work-study jobs to satisfy their tuition responsibilities- but soon discover more profitable ways to supplement their scholarships through Creative Shoplifting 101 and Remedial Male Prostitution. When Joe eventually falls for enigmatic hustler Ramon, and Jennifer gets mistakenly caught up in a bad drug deal- their little world starts to spin too fast for them to continue to control. The gritty education they are receiving on the city streets is just as important as the intensely focused, competitive training in their classrooms. The question is, will they graduate from either?Special Features:Trailer, Outtakes & Deleted Scenes
It's 1943 and Lily Tregenza lives on a farm in the idyllic seaside village of Slapton. Apart from her father being away, and the 'townie' evacuees at school, her life is scarcely touched by the war. Until one day, when Lily and her family, along with 3000 other villagers, are told to move out of their homes: lock, stock, and barrel. Soon, the whole area is out of bounds, as the Allied forces practise their landings for D-day, preparing to invade France. But Tips, Lily's adored cat, has other ideas; barbed wire and keep-out signs mean nothing to her, nor does the danger of guns and bombs. Frantic to find her, Lily makes friends with two young American soldiers, who promise to help her. But will she ever see her cat again? Lily decides to cross the wire into the danger zone to look for Tips herself. Now, many years later, as Michael is reading his Grandma Lily's diary, he learns about The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips, and wonders how one adventurous cat could still affect their lives 60 years later. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jenny Agutter, Michael Morpurgo. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/001271/bk_hcuk_001271_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jethro Junior is a star jumping horse, tested out by Kirstie over a long, hot summer. The creeks are dry and the threat of forest fires looms large. So when townie campers carelessly discard a lighted match on Eagle's Peak, it's not long before a bush fire rages. First on the scene, Kirstie must ride for help - but there's only one way out, and it involves Jethro jumping the biggest obstacle ever...
'Don't hate, Nicholas. Hate destroys everything. Don't let it destroy you...' For decades, ultra-liberal Windfield College has been a thorn in the side of Northern Virginia's hidebound elite. When a teaching position unexpectedly becomes available, the school hires a former male graduate - now a transsexual woman named Nickie Farrell - as an assistant professor of English. Hoping to find peace, Nickie keeps her secret under wraps until ambitious lesbian student reporter Cinda Vanderhart outs her. And Cinda has noticed something else: both Nickie and a young townie waiter named Collie Skinner have a genetic quirk which causes their eyes to be different colors. Convinced that the similarity is no coincidence, Cinda begins an investigation to discover the connection between them. Meanwhile, in a death-bed confession as she succumbs to years of brutality at the hands of her disgraced cop husband, Collie's mother Luanne reveals that his birth resulted from an illicit affair she had with a long-vanished Windfield college senior named Nick Farrington. Shattered by his mother's death, Collie turns for comfort to Robin Thompson, a gentle-hearted Christian co-worker at the upper-crust Foxton Arms restaurant. As Nickie is stalked by a pair of homicidal sociopaths, Robin finds herself entangled not only in Cinda's investigative machinations but also a murderous plot by former U.S Ambassador and tycoon Eamon Douglass to eradicate the hated college with a suicide detonation of a Cesium 137 dirty bomb. Lives and secrets hang in the balance until everything comes to a head on the morning of Windfield's annual spring picnic: April Fools Day. Filled with richly-drawn characters and building to a stunning climax, SHE'S MY DAD is a story about the destructiveness of hate, the power of love, and the redemptive triumph of good over evil. Like her title character Nickie Farrell, Iolanthe Woulff is a transsexual woman. A fifty-nine-year-old Princeton-educated English major, she lives in Palm Springs, CA, where for several years she wrote a column in a local magazine about the challenges of gender transition. As the eldest child of author Herman Wouk, storytelling has always been dear to Ms. Woulff's heart. Her hope is that besides providing a suspenseful read, SHE'S MY DAD will help to dispel some of the widespread misconceptions about transsexual people.
A historical coming-of-age adventure for readers of A Separate Peace and The Catcher in the Rye. '...a powerful and thought provoking tale that allows us to think about our moral decisions.' -Readers' Favorite Five Stars When a heinous crime is committed behind the secretive walls of a boarding school and Andy Olson decides to investigate, he's drawn into a conspiracy that reaches to the highest level, forcing him to choose between exposing the truth and protecting himself.In 1968 sixteen-year old Andy Olson's family ships him off to Palmer Military Academy. There, along with his best friend, Tom, he's plunged into a world where rules are everything and disobedience not an option.When Tom openly supports the peace movement, Andy grows increasingly irritated. He doesn't care about politics and the raging Vietnam War. Besides, messing with their bullying teammates is dangerous, underestimating fanatics like Officer Muller, the tormentor of plebes a mistake. It's hard enough to make it through each day, avoid counselor Beerbelly's spying eyes and extra marching. Andy plans to play a little football, visit Maddie, a townie with eyes like the Caribbean Sea and lie low until graduation.But the war has a way of reaching Andy, he couldn't have imagined. His privileged classmates with deep pockets and connections to the Dean call Tom a traitor. Maddie's brother, a Vietnam vet confined to a wheelchair, aims to stop Andy from seeing Maddie. And there's Sarge, a dedicated soldier turned teacher who takes an interest in Andy's career.When Tom is attacked and the school calls it an unfortunate accident, Andy decides to make a choice that will not only threaten his future but his very life.
In this continuation of the beloved 80s film series, a young townie must protect the kids she’s babysitting from an invasion of Crites - tiny, insatiable, carnivorous aliens - who’ve returned to capture a runaway royal of the species. Who will survive? And who will be eaten?
From a thrilling new voice in fiction comes a chilling and deliciously dark novel about an idyllic Midwestern college town that turns out to be a panorama of depravity and a nexus of horror. For years Normandy Falls has been haunted by its strange history and the aggrieved spirits said to roam its graveyards. Despite warnings Edmund Campion is determined to pursue an advanced degree there. But Edmund soon learns he isn't immune to the impersonal trappings of fate: His girlfriend, Morgan Fey, smashes his heart; his advisor, Professor Martin Kingsley, crushes him with frivolous assignments; and his dead-end job begins to take a toll on his physical and mental health. One night he stumbles upon the body of Emily Ryan, an unapologetic townie, drowned in her family pool. Was it suicide or murder? In the days that follow, Emily's husband, Charlie, crippled by self-loathing and frozen with fear, attempts to flee his disastrous life and sends their twin daughters to stay with the Kingsleys. Possessed by an unnamed, preternatural power, the twins know that the professor seduced their mother and may have had a hand in her fate. With their piercing stares, the girls fill Martin with a remorse that he desperately tries to hide from his wife. Elsewhere, a low-level criminal named the Gonk takes over a remote cottage, complete with a burial ground and moonshine still, and devises plans for both. Xavier D'Avignon, the eccentric chef of a failing French restaurant, supplies customers with a hallucinogenic cocktail. And Colette Collins, an elderly local artist of the surreal, attends a retrospective of her work that is destined to set the whole town on fire. Kevin P. Keating's masterly novel delves into the deepest recesses of the human capacity for evil. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Louis Serafin-Wells. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/022916/bk_adbl_022916_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.