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  1. Hello, Summer Audiobook Hello, Summer
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  2. The Court of Miracles Audiobook The Court of Miracles
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  3. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (A Hunger Games Novel) Audiobook The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (A Hunger Games Novel)
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  4. Whiskey Beach Audiobook Whiskey Beach
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  5. The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir Audiobook The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir
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  6. Find the Good: Unexpected Life Lessons From a Small-Town Obituary Writer Audiobook Find the Good: Unexpected Life Lessons From a Small-Town Obituary Writer
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  7. Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be Audiobook Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be
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  8. Between the World and Me Audiobook Between the World and Me
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  9. The Beekeeper of Aleppo: A moving testament to the human spirit Audiobook The Beekeeper of Aleppo: A moving testament to the human spirit
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  10. Cross My Heart Audiobook Cross My Heart
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At the Sign of the Star Audiobook

At the Sign of the Star

Author: Katherine Sturtevant Narrator: Emily Gray Release Date: October 1998

In 1677, 12-year-old Meg loves working with her widowed father in his London bookshop. When she grows up, she will inherit the shop. Then she will be independent and can choose her own husband. But her father remarries, and Meg's plans are suddenly in ruins. Based on careful research, this novel offers a brilliantly detailed panorama of Restoration London and a view of women's roles in that era.

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Walter the Baker Audiobook

Walter the Baker

Author: Eric Carle Narrator: John McDonough Release Date: September 1998

People come from near and far to buy Walter's delicious bread, cookies, and tarts. Everyone agrees he is the best baker in the whole Duchy. The Duke and Duchess love his sweet rolls for breakfast. Every morning, he carries a basketful of warm rolls to their castle. But one day the cat spills the milk he plans to use for the bread dough. What can Walter do? He grabs a pitcher of water and pours it into the flour. Will the Duke and Duchess notice the difference? Internationally popular children's author and award-winning illustrator Eric Carle fills this fun-loving tale with suspense and humor.

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The Poppy Seeds Audiobook

The Poppy Seeds

Author: Clyde Robert Bulla Narrator: Robert Ramirez Release Date: September 1998

When young Pablo is given some poppy seeds, he dreams of spreading color and beauty throughout his dusty Mexican village. Daring to enter Old Antonio's walled yard to plant the seeds, he is chased away with angry words and a stick. The stingy old man thinks Pablo has come to steal his precious spring water. Poor Pablo becomes sick from staying too long in the hot sun and cannot leave his bed. Meanwhile, the seeds he dropped by the spring have grown into beautiful red poppies. Will the poppies soften Old Antonio's hard heart and make him realize the boy wasn't after his water after all. Clyde Robert Bulla's name is a by-word in beginning-reading circles. This delightful tale of a simple village boy with a generous spirit is sure to enchant young listeners. Robert Ramirez's gentle voice, with its slight hint of an accent, will be their passport to Pablo's world.

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The Misfits Audiobook

The Misfits

Author: James Howe Narrator: Spencer Murphy Release Date: September 1998

A little too smart, a little too fat, Bobby Goodspeed has always been a go along to get along kind of guy. But when his friend Addie decides to tackle the student council elections, Bobby finds himself changing in ways he never could have imagined in this tender, touching, utterly hilarious novel of life as a middle school misfit.

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Big Pumpkin Audiobook

Big Pumpkin

Author: Erica Silverman Narrator: John McDonough Release Date: September 1998

The old witch wants a pumpkin pie. First she plants a pumpkin seed. She weeds and waters and waits. A tiny sprout pokes through the ground, and soon a small pumpkin appears. It grows, and it grows some more. When Halloween is only hours away, the witch decides it is finally time to bake the pie. But first she must somehow pull the huge pumpkin off the vine. With her fun-filled tale, popular children's author Erica Silverman teaches a gentle lesson in friendship and cooperation. Narrator John McDonough's lively portrayal of the old witch and each of her spooky companions will have youngsters laughing out loud. And beginning readers will enjoy the humorous illustrations as they follow along in the book.

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The Monster's Ring Audiobook

The Monster's Ring

Author: Bruce Coville Narrator: Bruce Coville Release Date: August 1998

When timid Russell Crannaker stumbles into Mr. Elives' strange store, he buys a mysterious ring that lets him turn himself into a monster. But Russell soon learns that when you mess around with magic you must always follow the directions! This is the frightfully funny, deliciously scary story that launched the wildly popular Magic Shop series.

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The Happy Prince - and Other Stories Audiobook

The Happy Prince - and Other Stories

Author: Oscar Wilde Narrator: Anton Lesser, Nicolas Soames Release Date: June 1998

Oscar Wilde's fairy stories are among the greatest and most poignant classics for children and adults alike. Humour, pathos and delightful little characters abound in the stories of 'The Happy Prince' and the Swallow who agrees to keep him company despite approaching winter; 'The Selfish Giant', who doesn't want children playing in his garden, and 'The Remarkable Rocket'. In addition, there are those not so familiar - 'The Star Child', 'The Young King' and 'The Devoted Friend'.

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Half-A-Moon Inn Audiobook

Half-A-Moon Inn

Author: Paul Fleischman Narrator: Steven Crossley Release Date: June 1998

Long ago in a land by the sea, 12-year-old Aaron lives with his mother in the wooded countryside. Because the boy is mute, he depends on his mother completely. But when a sudden blizzard strands his mother in a distant town, Aaron finds himself alone for the first time in his life. Setting out in the snow to look for his mother, the boy embarks on a perilous, silent journey that will carry him to the eerie Half-A-Moon Inn. There, held captive by the sharp-eyed Miss Grackle, Aaron will discover her wicked powers-ones that Aaron must destroy if he is ever to see his mother again. Paul Fleischman, an award-winning author of children's books, writes stories that capture the attention of even the most reluctant readers. Throughout Aaron's exciting adventure, The Half-A-Moon Inn fills with the sights and sounds of a magical, medieval world.

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Punch with Judy Audiobook

Punch with Judy

Author: Avi Narrator: Johnny Heller Release Date: June 1998

Punch is a young orphan boy, hungry and alone. When he is offered a job with a traveling medicine show, he takes it, although he has no idea what his work will be. But after he joins the troupe and sees the owner's beautiful daughter, Judy, he no longer cares what he has to do, as long as he is near her. Soon the shady medicine show is on the run, just one step ahead of a sheriff who is determined to put them all in jail for peddling their bottles of elixirs. To save the day, Punch will have to take on the trickiest job of all: making people laugh. With Johnny Heller's lively narration, even reluctant readers will enjoy this rollicking coming-of-age tale. Written by Newbery Award-winning author Avi, Punch with Judy offers an irresistible combination of swashbuckling adventure and old time settings.

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A House for Hermit Crab Audiobook

A House for Hermit Crab

Author: Eric Carle Narrator: John McDonough Release Date: June 1998

Hermit Crab lives in a little shell house on the ocean floor. Wherever he crawls, he carries the shell on his back. He feels safe and snug in his cozy house. But in January, the shell begins to feel tight. Hermit Crab steps out of his safe house into the open sea. Without his shell, the ocean floor seems frightening. Large, hungry fish swim all around. When Hermit Crab finds a bigger, empty shell, he wiggles into it. It feels just right. But it's so plain. Will he ever feel at home in his new house? Popular children's author and illustrator Eric Carle captivates young readers with this delightful tale of a young crab growing up. With the available print and audio book combination, youngsters will enjoy seeing the beauty of Hermit Crab as he changes and the amazing ocean world around him. Narrator John McDonough provides the perfect voice for the young crab as he increases both in size and self-confidence.

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This is a Hospital, Not a Zoo! Audiobook

This is a Hospital, Not a Zoo!

Author: Roberta Karim Narrator: John McDonough Release Date: June 1998

By 6 a.m. at Cloverleaf Hospital, young patient Filbert MacFee is ready to go home. He doesn't need any more bed rest. He doesn't want any more shots or x-rays. And he just can't stand any more medicine. How can Filbert fight off the nurses, technicians and doctors when all he has to help him is a box of animal crackers? And how can the little boy convince these grownups to let him go home? Roberta Karim has created a hilarious animal tale that captures the wishes of every child who has even spent time in a hospital. Filbert MacFee's adventures are sure to have young readers and their parents laughing out loud. When John McDonough's richly comic narration is pared with the lively text, the combination is a dose of pure fun.

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Jamaica's Find Audiobook

Jamaica's Find

Author: Juanita Havill Narrator: Kim Staunton Release Date: June 1998

Jamaica has a problem. She's found a stuffed dog in the park, all dirty and worn from lots of hugging. Instead of taking it to the lost and found department, she's taken it home. Now, as she sits in her room staring at the dog, she's starting to feel bad. Maybe the toy dog belongs to a little girl just like Jamaica. When she decides to do the right thing and take the dog back to the park, she gets a very happy surprise. Jamaica's moral dilemma will undoubtedly interest young readers, as their consciences begin to grasp the concepts of right and wrong. Kim Staunton's reading supplies the compassion and empathy that children require in those all-too-familiar situations in which the right choice is not necessarily the easy one.

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