In the thirteenth book in the Tashi series, Tashi has to get behind the wheel to outsmart the demons and solve the mystery of a thief in the night.
'The demons are crazy for buses!' said Can-Du. 'And when I wouldn't hand this one over, they kidnapped my son.'
What will Tashi do when the demons sneak onto the new bus going to market? How will he find Little Can-Du? And when things are mysteriously disappearing from the village, it's up to Tashi to catch a thief red-handed.
See how scared and brave our Tashi can be - and what exciting stories he has to tell.
'Energetic and well-paced, the 13th book penned by the mother and daughter team is another winner. Gamble's illustrations are consistently entertaining and give the book added dimension.' - Sunday Age
Anna Fienberg is the author of many popular and award-winning books for children of all ages. Her mother, Barbara Fienberg, an ex-librarian, is chief plot-deviser for the Tashi books. Kim Gamble has done splendid illustrations for many of Anna's books, and for books by other authors.
Short-listed Speech Pathology Australian Book of the Year Award 2007 AU
A & U Children
5 - 8