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Brought to you by Penguin. Presenting a magical new reading of Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, read by iconic British comedian James Acaster. This immersive audiobook is bursting with fantabulous sound effects, dynamic sound design, and original music composed by Rusty Bradshaw. James Henry Trotter is about to go on the adventure of a lifetime . . . James lives with his awful Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker, two of the meanest people you can imagine! Life isn't much fun at all, until something peculiar happens at the bottom of his garden . . . A peach at the very top of a tree begins to grow . . . and grow . . . and GROW! Inside are seven very unusual insects - all waiting to take James on a magical journey. But where will this very special GIANT PEACH take James and his new friends? And what will happen to his horrible aunts if they stand in their way? Listen to James and the Giant Peach and other fantastical Roald Dahl audiobooks, including: George's Marvellous Medicine, read by Romesh Ranganathan. Matilda, read by Kate Winslet. The BFG, read by David Walliams. The Twits, read by Richard Ayoade. The Witches, read by Lolly Adefope. © The Roald Dahl Story Company Ltd, 1961 (P) 2022 Penguin AudioShow more
The sequel to New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe's The Islanders, a beautiful story of friendship, loss, and the healing power of nature. Jake Potter is back on Dewees Island for another summer with his beloved grandmother, Honey. This time, Jake is excited that his dad will be there as he continues to recover from his injuries sustained in Afghanistan. But Jake also knows they both need get used to a new normal, which isn't easy. Jake also discovers that his two best friends, Macon and Lovie, are struggling as well. Macon is adjusting to being a big brother, while Lovie is navigating a new relationship with her dad, who has long been absent in her life. To cheer everyone up, Jake decides that the trio needs a new mission, just like they had the previous summer in saving the turtles. He discovers that his dad loved spending time in an old tree fort on the island, and there is a special treasure box hidden somewhere nearby. Jake just knows if he can find it, maybe his dad will be happy again—and he knows Macon and Lovie are the perfect fellow treasure hunters! Their search leads them to discover there might be actual buried treasure somewhere on Dewees, all while they battle some unwelcome guests on the island, of both the two- and four-legged kind! On the three friends' biggest quest yet, they realize that the treasures they really want in life were with them all along.Show more
Sadie and her best friends are back in book two of this series about girls with animal powers. The Pack seems stronger than ever but Sadie has a secret that could claw its way out. Sadie thought joining the Pack would be the wildest thing to happen to her this year but the school year is becoming even harder. On top of classes Sadie has to navigate her growing feelings for her crush, taming her powers during cheer practice and trouble making hyenas trying to take her crown. Then there is the massive secret she is keeping from her BFF Lindsey--that could destroy their friendship and The Pack as they know it. Will the shocking truth come out to bite them?Show more
A big-hearted book about friendship and looking past differences from the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal winner Catherine Rayner. Bear is walking through the forest, minding his own business when he comes across another bear. The Other bear is different. The two bears wander along, thinking different thoughts, and looking in different directions. Soon the two bears come across another bear and then another bear and eventually find a bear stuck in a tree. The bears realise that perhaps they aren't that different after all and perhaps they could be friends?Show more
Willa Whale is full of worries! Will the party be too loud? Will she find someone to talk to? Will she get lost in the crowd? Mr. Fish is Willa's friend, and he'd like to help her out. Can some of his suggestions help Willa with her doubt? Swim along with The Pout-Pout Fish and Willa Whale as they explore the world of worry. Together, they might just learn that when worry swims inside us, there are things that we can do! A Macmillan Audio production from Farrar, Straus and Giroux Books for Young ReadersShow more
Samantha can't wait for the holiday break from school. But there's no time to relax: Brynna's baby is due any day; the local authorities are gathering more mustangs from the range; and her best friend Jen's ranch is in upheaval-its owner, Linc Slocum, has just been arrested, and no one is sure what will happen to Jen and her family. But then, disaster strikes: A terrible blizzard traps the Phantom Stallion's band. Sam has to help them, but she's terrified they'll be captured. Can she save her beloved mustangs and keep them free-for good?Show more
Life is good for Cal—and his Panda Bear, Pudding! The family stage-show Panda-Mime is a hit and there's talk of a Hollywood film. But is it too good to be true? A nosy reporter is sniffing around and if she discovers that Pudding's a real-life bear, then all their dreams will be dashed.Show more
An overly excited elephant learns to listen with a little help from her new friends in Listen Up, Louella, an adorably humorous new picture book from Ashley Belote, the illustrator of Frankenslime. Louella is VERY excited to be at Roar Scout Camp. There's so many fun things for her to do! But Louella is so busy having fun that she doesn't stop to listen to anyone else... Or to realize that maybe her new friends aren't having quite as much fun as she is. When Louella misses an important invitation, it's up to Tarantula and the rest of their friends to help Louella learn to listen and play together. A Macmillan Audio production from Feiwel & Friends.Show more
Introducing a new board book series, adapted for audio, that's filled with fun facts and which invites young listeners into the exciting world of bird-watching. From two red-bellied woodpeckers to eight northern mockingbirds, kids will explore some of the most popular backyard birds nature has to offer while learning their numbers, too! The whole family can listen to these audiobooks outdoors and bird together!Show more
Introducing a new board book series, adapted for audio, that's filled with fun facts and which invites young listeners into the exciting world of bird-watching. From the purple finch to the Indigo bunting, kids will explore some of the most popular migrating birds nature has to offer while learning their unique colors, too! The whole family can listen to these audiobooks outdoors and bird together!Show more
The dogs take on movie stardom in this fourth book in the middle-grade series that feels like The Secret Life of Pets meets Toy Story. Quiet on set! The Good Dogs have arrived! When the Good Dogs doggy daycare closes temporarily, the dogs join the other pets on Jasmine's new movie set. And while trying to explore the new place and sniff out the best snacks, Hugo somehow snags a movie role instead of Lulu! Can Lulu get over her disappointment? Will King do a good job watching out for Waffles while Hugo is working? And can the dogs escape whatever the mysterious pen of guinea pigs is planning behind their backs? These Good Dogs are lucky they can count on each other wherever they go!Show more
From the award-winning radio and TV personality and beloved two-time New York Times bestselling author Bobby Bones, Stanley the Dog: The First Day of School is a hilarious and heartfelt new book about a bulldog pup named Stanley and his adventures on the first day of school. Today is Stanley’s first day of school—and he really doesn’t want to go. Stanley would rather dawdle in bed and dither over which collar to wear than get on the school bus. With his stomach turning into tighter knots by the minute, Stanley’s worried whether a bulldog like him will ever fit in with the other pups at school. For one thing, Stanley doesn’t know any of the school rules. He rolls when he’s supposed to sit. Barks when he’s supposed to stay. And worst of all, he doesn’t know how to make friends. But when disaster strikes, maybe all Stanley needs to do is be himself in order save the day? Inspired by Bobby Bones’s own real-life bulldog puppy, Stanley the Dog: The First Day of School will remind every reader about the challenges of trying new things and the value of staying true to yourself.Show more
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