The second of five tales.
Sweets from a Stranger by Nicholas Fisk.
Read by Anita Dobson.
Tina Halliday knows that you never speak to strangers, you don't get into their cars, and you never ever accept sweets from them. One day Tina meets a nice stranger and begins an adventure that takes her spiralling into space.
Fluffy bunny Marc Riley puts his sticky paws into the magic world of childhood. He meets Dougal and Zebedee, while Buzzcock Pete Shelly finds out if there's really wind in the willows. For big kiddies everywhere, and the eternally youthful Mark Radcliffe.
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