Wednesday, December 22, 2010

New audio books with cds

Ling and Ting: Not Exactly the Same by Grace Lin
Ling and Ting are identical twins that people think are exactly the same, but time and again they prove to be different.

Lulu and the Brontosaurus by Judith Viorst
Lulu's parents refuse to get her a brontosaurus for her birthday so she sets out to find one herself. Once she finds one, he does not want to belong to Lulu.

Annie and Snowball and the Magical House by Cynthia Rylant
Annie goes to the home of her new friend Sarah and enjoys seeing the pretty house full of frilly things, walking in the beautiful garden, and making a tiny garden house for a fairy tea party.

Bats at the Ballgame by Brian Lies
Two teams of bats play a nighttime baseball game.

The Odious Ogre by Morton Juster
This story is about a really rotten ogre who terrorizes the entire countryside. Nothing can stop him. But then he takes a wrong turn and encounters a kind and friendly young lady who does her best to help him. What will the result be? Will he still be rotten or change?

The Django by Levi Pinfold
Jean wants to play the banjo but the django breaks the instrument. The django gets Jean in trouble all the time. Will Jean ever get a banjo? Will the django ever leave Jean alone? What exactly is a django?

Library Mouse: A World to Explore by Daniel Kirk
This is another delightful story about the mouse that loves to read. Sarah, another mouse that lives on the other side of the library, teaches Sam about adventure. They climb, they ride a jeep, they take a flight in a plane, and learn to explore.

The Ride: The Legend of Betsy Dowdy by Kitty Griffin
This story recounts the legend of North Carolina teenager Betsy Dowdy. Her courageous ride on a cold December night in 1775 may have played a crucial role in the American Revolution. It has never been proven that Betsy Dowdy really existed, but the legend lives on.

Quackenstein Hatches a Family by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen
Quackenstein the duck is all alone at the zoo. He decides to adopt an egg. The egg cracked and out came. . .what? It wasn't a duck. Quackenstein was scared and ran through the zoo. The "what" chased him everywhere he went. "What" finally caught him. Did they become a family? What exactly did come out of that egg?

Princesses Are Not Perfect by Kate Lum
Three princesses are bored with their particular skills and decide to swap jobs. What will happen? Will things turn out well or fall apart?

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