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  1. Pizazz vs the New Kid: The super awesome new superhero series! Pizazz vs the New Kid: The super awesome new superhero series!
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  2. The Hatmakers The Hatmakers
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  3. When Fishes Flew: The Story of Elena’s War When Fishes Flew: The Story of Elena’s War
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  4. Aaron Slater, Illustrator Aaron Slater, Illustrator
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  5. The Big Mog Collection The Big Mog Collection
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  6. Timmy Failure: We Meet Again Timmy Failure: We Meet Again
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  7. The Chime Seekers The Chime Seekers
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  8. A Clock of Stars: The Shadow Moth A Clock of Stars: The Shadow Moth
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  9. The Eddie Albert and the Amazing Animal Gang: The Amsterdam Adventure The Eddie Albert and the Amazing Animal Gang: The Amsterdam Adventure
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  10. The Subtle Knife: His Dark Materials 2 The Subtle Knife: His Dark Materials 2
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A Camel for Kelam

A Camel for Kelam

Author: Anu Chowdhury-Sorabjee, Kalyan Joshi Narrator: Sagar Arya Release Date: 01/12/2021

Pabu's niece Kelam wants a camel for her birthday. Follow Kelam's adventures as he sets out rom Rajasthan to Lanka to see if he can find one. Find out if he is successful in this Indian tale drawn with illustrations from the Phad painting tradition. 'A Camel for Kelam' (English), written by Anu Chowdhury-Sorabjee, illustrated by Kalyan Joshi, published by Pratham Books (© Pratham Books, 2019) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver. Read, create and translate stories for free on www.storyweaver.org.in - -

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Veinte mil leguas de viaje submarino

Veinte mil leguas de viaje submarino

Author: Julio Verne Narrator: íñigo Montero Release Date: 01/12/2021

Disfruta de un viaje espectacular en este clásico de Julio Verne, en esta edición actualizada y adaptada. Combatir con calamares gigantes, sobrevivir a un terrible remolino, navegar bajo los hielos de la Antártida... Embarca en el Nautilus, el submarino del misterioso capitán Nemo, con el biólogo Aronnax y sus amigos, y disfruta de una aventura fascinante.

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Dos años de vacaciones

Dos años de vacaciones

Author: Julio Verne Narrator: íñigo Montero Release Date: 01/12/2021

Los clásicos de Julio Verne en una cuidada edición actualizada y adaptada. Quince muchachos de distintas edades y nacionalidades han naufragado en una isla desierta del Pacífico. ¿Cómo se las ingeniarán, sin ayuda de ningún adulto, para sobrevivir... y para superar los peligros más inesperados?

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Einstein the Penguin

Einstein the Penguin

Author: Iona Rangeley Narrator: Miriam Margolyes Release Date: 01/11/2021

'An outstanding debut. Funny and surprising' The Times Best Books for Children 2021 ‘This debut novel is a delight . . . A joy to read aloud’ Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Week Perfect for all readers from 7 to 70, Einstein the Penguin introduces an unforgettable new character in a future-classic and fantastically funny debut for all the family to enjoy. Get ready to welcome the most extraordinary penguin into your own home… When the Stewarts spend a sunny, frosty December day at London Zoo, they’re enchanted by one small penguin. At the delight of young Imogen and Arthur, Mrs Stewart insists the penguin “must come and stay with them whenever he likes.”   But not one Stewart expects the penguin to turn up at their door that evening, rucksack labelled “Einstein” on his back… The family’s new feathered friend helps Arthur to come out of his shell and makes massive demands on Imogen’s amateur sleuthing. But together they must find out why Einstein came to them and they must keep away from the mysterious white-coat man.   And Einstein can’t stay forever, can he…?  From stunning new writing talent Iona Rangeley, this is a book that will be treasured for years to come.

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The Lost Prince

The Lost Prince

Author: Frances Hodgson Burnett Narrator: Susan Umpleby Release Date: 01/11/2021

'The Lost Prince' is a children's novel from 'Little Lord Fauntleroy' author Frances Hodgson Burnett. Published in 1915, it tells the tale of twelve-year-old Marco Loristan and his father Stefan, who come from the fictional land of Samavia. Marco has been on the move all his life - travelling from place to place ever since Samavia fell into Civil War many years before his birth. When the pair arrive in London, they strike up a friendship with a street urchin nicknamed The Rat, and so begins a thrilling adventure across Europe and back to their homeland. A delightful tale from the famous children's author. - Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) was a British novelist and playwright. Born in Manchester, the family emigrated to America following the death of Frances' father when she was just three years old. Her literary career began at the ages of 19, when she began writing stories for magazines to help financially support her family. Following her first marriage, Frances began to write novels, of which her children's stories 'Little Lord Fauntleroy', 'A Little Princess' and 'The Secret Garden' are perhaps her best-known and most loved. All adapted for stage and screen numerous times, the latest film adaptation of 'The Secret Garden' was released in 2020, and starred Colin Firth and Julie Walters. Frances Hodgson Burnett died in New York in 1924 at the age of 74.

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Michael O'Halloran

Michael O'Halloran

Author: Gene Stratton-Porter Narrator: Mary Anderson Release Date: 01/11/2021

This is the story of plucky, optimistic newsboy Michael O'Halloran. Michael was orphaned at a young age and asks nothing of the world but to 'Be Square!' In this a warm and joyous story, he makes life sunnier for those around him, bringing joy to all who know him, and to readers everywhere. The novel offers a unique view of America in the 1910s and was turned into a movie three times: in 1923, 1937 and 1948. - Gene Stratton-Porter (1863-1924) was an American writer, wildlife photographer, naturalist, and one of the first women to form a movie studio and production company. She wrote for several national magazines in the United States, and many of her novels went on to become bestsellers and have been widely translated. She used her position and income to support the conservation of Limberlost Swamp and other wetland areas in the state of Indiana. She is remembered for novels such as 'Freckles,' 'Laddie,' and 'Michael O'Halloran.' Her novel 'A Girl of the Limberlost' was adapted four times as a film, most recently in 1990 in a made-for-TV version. Her 'The Keeper of the Bees' has also been adapted four times to the silver screen.

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Little Meg's Children

Little Meg's Children

Author: Hesba Stretton Narrator: Fiddlesticks Release Date: 01/11/2021

After the death of their mother, 10-year-old Meg is left to take care of the children until their father, who's away at sea, returns. He is expected any day, yet when his ship finally arrives, he is not aboard. There will be good days and bad days, but Meg's simple, childlike faith as well as the kindness of neighbours and friends will help her through her trials and ensure the survival of little Meg and 'her' children. - Sarah Smith (1832-1911), alias Hesba Stretton, was a British children's books author. The daughter of a bookseller, Smith grew into one of the most popular Evangelical writers of her time. She first rose to fame with her 'Jessica's First Prayer,' which she later followed with the sequel 'Jessica's Mother.'

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Molly Brown's Freshman Days

Molly Brown's Freshman Days

Author: Nell Speed Narrator: Debbie R. Baker Robinson Release Date: 01/11/2021

The first in the 'Molly Brown' series of children's novels by American author Nell Speed, in 'Molly Brown's Freshman Days' we are introduced to the loveable main character Molly as she leaves home and starts college. She has a lot to learn about college life, but she makes many new friends that will help her, as well as help to keep her homesickness at bay. Fans of Enid Blyton's 'Malory Towers' and 'St. Clare's' novels will also enjoy the Molly Brown series. - Nell Speed (1878-1913) was an American children's book author from Louisville, Kentucky. She is best-known for the 'Molly Brown' series of books, which followed the central character of Molly Brown through her education, describing her exploits and adventures with friends. Though Nell Speed wrote the first four of the novels in the series, she was extremely ill with cancer. She persuaded her sister Emma Speed Sampson to finish the series following her premature death, which Emma dutifully did, continuing the series under her sister's name. She went on to write an array of children's books under her own name too.

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Molly Brown's Sophomore Days

Molly Brown's Sophomore Days

Author: Nell Speed Narrator: Debbie R. Baker Robinson Release Date: 01/11/2021

In 'Molly Brown's Sophomore Days' we are reunited with our heroine Molly Brown, as she returns for her second year of college at Wellington. Her return to college is marred by the very real possibility of poverty, due to a failed investment. Will Molly have to move, get a job, or even leave her education altogether? First published in 1912, this is a delightful novel from American author Nell Speed, which makes clear the importance of strong friendships. - Nell Speed (1878-1913) was an American children's book author from Louisville, Kentucky. She is best-known for the 'Molly Brown' series of books, which followed the central character of Molly Brown through her education, describing her exploits and adventures with friends. Though Nell Speed wrote the first four of the novels in the series, she was extremely ill with cancer. She persuaded her sister Emma Speed Sampson to finish the series following her premature death, which Emma dutifully did, continuing the series under her sister's name. She went on to write an array of children's books under her own name too.

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What Katy Did at School

What Katy Did at School

Author: Susan Coolidge Narrator: Karen Savage Release Date: 01/11/2021

Tall, gangly, and tomboyish Katy was badly injured in an accident which has left her partially paralysed. This has been tough on the wild girl, who is no longer able to play with her siblings or roam around nature the way she used to. But Katy has now regained some feelings in her legs, and can finally start to slowly walk again. Her father feels she is healthy enough to start school, so he sends her off to be educated. It is with mixed emotions that Katy goes. Starting school will be exciting, but won't she miss her siblings too much to learn anything? This is the second book in the Katy series, which has been elected one of the best children's books by its readers. The series takes place in 1860's Ohio. - Susan Coolidge (1835-1905) was an American children's' book author, best known for her novel 'What Katy Did' (1872), which was inspired by her own childhood. She started writing after working as a nurse during the American Civil War.

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Billy y los mimpins (Colección Alfaguara Clásicos)

Billy y los mimpins (Colección Alfaguara Clásicos)

Author: Roald Dahl Narrator: Diego Santana Release Date: 01/11/2021

Una aventura de Roald Dahl, el gran autor de la literatura infantil. Billy vive en una casita cerca de un misterioso bosque al que su madre le ha prohibido acercarse. Pero, un día, decide explorarlo por su cuenta. ¿Qué pasará? ¿Estará el bosque repleto de terribles monstruos y bestias salvajes, o descubrirá un mundo maravilloso?

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The Blue Envelope

The Blue Envelope

Author: Roy J. Snell Narrator: Dawn Larsen Release Date: 01/11/2021

First published in 1922, 'The Blue Envelope' is a mysterious adventure from popular children's author Roy J. Snell. Set in Alaska, young cousins Lucille and Marian are spending the winter here working as a schoolteacher and an artist respectively. However, when a mysterious and important letter arrives, the girls have an adventure ahead of them as they must ensure it gets to the right person and doesn't fall into the wrong hands. Full of danger and adventure, this is a thrilling tale which will charm all age groups. - Roy J. Snell (1878-1959) was a popular American author best known for his children's fiction. Born in Missouri, Snell was raised on a farm in Illinois. At the age of 19 he attended Wheaton College, graduating in 1906. He became a Minister, before continuing his studies at Harvard University. Snell then moved to Alaska before joining the war effort serving with the Red Cross. WWI had interrupted his blossoming writing career, and upon his return from France Snell began writing in earnest. Many of his books drew on his own adventurous spirit and love of travel, and Snell went on to write over 70 young adult novels, many of which were also published under his pseudonyms, David O'Hara, James Craig and Joseph Marino. He died in 1959 at the age of 80.

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