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This scorching story tells of a father and son trying to reach out to each other over years of loss and absence. An almost unbearably moving recording.

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Hobart

Hobart

Hobart is a little pig with a big dream: he wants to be a tap dancer. There’s just one problem; Hobart and his talented siblings Wilfred, Violet, and Byron are scheduled for a trip to the City Meat Company, where they may meet their fate at the sausage machine.

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Light Princess, The

Light Princess, The

It’s a well known fact that a newborn princess will often be subject to a curse, especially if her royal parents neglect to invite an important magical relative to the christening. But never has there been a curse as charming (and hilarious) as that which befalls the Light Princess. Deprived of gravity, she can’t take anything, or anyone, seriously. Even worse, she’s apt to blow away on the first stiff breeze!

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Jeremy Goldblatt is So Not Moses

Jeremy Goldblatt is So Not Moses

Both funny and moving, this story of a most unusual Bar Mitzvah beautifully captures the spirit of one of the most important days in a young man’s life. Featuring a special guest appearance by author James Howe himself as the rabbi!

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Am I Blue?

Am I Blue?

A story described by Katherine Paterson as “didactic camp”, a very funny but also thought-provoking fantasy about the issue of gayness. This controversial tale has given enormous comfort to many young people struggling with their own sexual identity.

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One-Handed Catch

One-Handed Catch

When he loses his left hand in an accident, Norm finds that the world becomes a complicated place. But he refuses to give up the things he loves – after all, who says you need two hands to play sports or a musical instrument?

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Spilling Ink

Spilling Ink

Prompted by a neverending stream of letters pleading for advice on how to be a better writer, successful children’s authors Anne Mazer and Ellen Potter put their heads together to create this useful guide. With dozens of books and decades of experience between them, the authors brought their distinct personal styles to the advice they had to offer. Now they have done the same for this audio version, with each author narrating her own sections. Along the way they call in some friends for some delightful bits of storytelling to illustrate their points.

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Buddha Boy

Buddha Boy

With his shaved head and begging bowl the new kid is an automatic target for the bully boys of Edward Rucher High, an easy mark for their casual cruelty.

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Book of Job, The

Book of Job, The

Job is a good and prosperous man, possible the best man of his time. Then, without warning, all that he has worked for is stripped from him in a sudden series of terrible disasters.

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Patron Saint of Butterflies, The

Patron Saint of Butterflies, The

Best friends Agnes and Honey, age 14, live at Mount Blessing, a religious commune. Though the girls have been best friends since they were children, differences in faith are beginning to to trouble their relationship. Agnes is striving to be saintly. Honey is desperate to escape the commune and experience the outside world.

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