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Audiobooks Narrated by Paul Cook

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  1. Alfie Gets in First and Other Stories Alfie Gets in First and Other Stories
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  2. The Tindims of Rubbish Island The Tindims of Rubbish Island
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  3. The Creakers The Creakers
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  4. Cookie! (Book 2): Cookie and the Most Annoying Girl in the World Cookie! (Book 2): Cookie and the Most Annoying Girl in the World
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  5. The Shark Caller The Shark Caller
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  6. A Spoonful of Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery A Spoonful of Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery
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  7. Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe
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  8. Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body
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  9. All American Boys All American Boys
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  10. The Lost Spells The Lost Spells
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Will and His Dog and the Horrid Girl Next Door

Will and His Dog and the Horrid Girl Next Door

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/07/2020

Will is eight years old and lives with his mum, dad and his dog, Clive. Will’s life was just fine until a new family moved in next door. The new family had a daughter called Alex who Will did not like at all. Alex would not give Will Clive’s ball back when it bounced into her garden. Will decides to get his ball back in the middle of the night but things take a turn for the worse when he notices a man climbing over the wall into Alex's garden. This book contains a scene of very mild violence which might upset some readers. This book is the first of ten 'Will and His Dog' short stories written by Paul Cook for his eight-year old son to read during the COVID-19 lockdown. Matthew (Paul's son) read the stories as part of his homeschooling activities. He said that he enjoyed reading the stories (or he was just being polite) and so Paul decided to share them online. Will is eight-years old and lives with his parents and his dog, Clive. He spends much of his time with his best friend, Charlie, who is also eight and his eighteen year old neighbour, Alex. Will is a good boy but he does have an unfortunate habit of getting into situations that often land him in trouble. Why not share Will's other adventures as he finds himself locked in a church in complete darkness, being chased by an armed man who was stealing rare eggs from a nest and swept away by the current on a boat. These action-packed stories are suitable for children aged 8-11 years old. Some of the stories contain scenes of mild threat, a reference to ghosts, mild violence, scary scenes and the use of a firearm.

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The Adventures of Pete the Bee: The Complete Collection of Fifty Stories

The Adventures of Pete the Bee: The Complete Collection of Fifty Stories

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/01/2020

'The Adventures of Pete the Bee' is the complete collection of all fifty stories complied from the series of ten 'Pete the Bee' books (each book containing five short stories) written by British author Paul Cook. Pete and his best friends: Shebdon the shire horse, Greggor the goose, Brandon the fly, Claridge the cat and Brambles the sheepdog live on a farm somewhere in the English countryside with Farmer Geoff, his wife and their four daughters: Alice, Grace, Rose and Nell. 'A series of misunderstandings, muddles, mishaps, bad judgement and, often tales with a moral, contribute to a wide variety of story lines which will engage and delight children and adults alike.' Overdrive.com These lighthearted short stories are suitable for children of any age - and parents too. The 'Pete the Bee' stories were originally conceived as stories to be told by the author to his son Matthew. The stories are also available to buy as audiobooks on Kindle.

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Pete the Bee Book 10

Pete the Bee Book 10

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/01/2020

'Pete the Bee Book 10' is the final book in the series of ten 'Pete the Bee' books (each book containing five short stories) written by British author Paul Cook. Pete and his best friends: Shebdon the shire horse, Greggor the goose, Brandon the fly, Claridge the cat and Brambles the sheepdog live on a farm somewhere in the English countryside with Farmer Geoff, his wife and their four daughters: Alice, Grace, Rose and Nell. In the first story, we encounter the goat that lives on the neighbouring farm. The goat is a most unpleasant animal and it charges at every person it sees. Pete decides to speak to the goat to find out why it is so mean to everyone. Pete is fed up with the moaning of the animals due to the rain in the second story and he decides to take off on his own to try and find some peace and quiet. In the third story, the farm is infested with fleas. Everyone is itching and scratching because of the fleas. How will the farmer get rid of them? Pete wants to visit a lighthouse in the fourth story and sets off to find one. In the final story, the animals imagine what they will do during the summer holidays in the hot weather. These lighthearted short stories are suitable for children of any age - and parents too. The 'Pete the Bee' stories were originally conceived as stories to be told by the author to his son Matthew.

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Pete the Bee Book 9

Pete the Bee Book 9

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/01/2020

'Pete the Bee Book 9' is a collection of five short stories (stories 41-45) about Pete the bee who lives in a barn on an animal rescue farm written by British author Paul Cook. Pete shares many adventures with his friends who include Shebdon the shire horse, Brandon the fly and Greggor the goose. These light-hearted stories can be enjoyed by children and parents of any age. The five stories in Book 9 are as follows: Claridge The Cat And The Cockatiel, Pete The Bee And The Visiting Vet, Greggor The Goose And The Cow With No Head, Farmer Geoff's Car Boot Sale, Claridge The Cat And The Hole In The Woods.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables: A Pod of Peas

Silly Stories About Vegetables: A Pod of Peas

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

The 'Silly Stories About Vegetables' stories are a collection of very silly stories about different vegetables. This particular story is taken from 'Silly Stories About Vegetables Book 3'. 'A Pod of Peas' is about a pea that was grown on Phoebe's granddad's allotment but which later falls off a bus and has a brush with a pigeon, a kitten and a council street cleaning vehicle. These short stories can be played by parents to young children or, alternatively, listened to by children aged six years old and older. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the Pete the Bee stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables: Martin's Missing Tomato

Silly Stories About Vegetables: Martin's Missing Tomato

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

'Silly Stories About Vegetables Books: Martin's Missing Tomato' is the eighth story in the 'Silly Stories About Vegetables' series. Martin, a boy, takes a tomato into school with him but it goes missing and ends up in a letterbox. How did it get there? 'Silly Stories About Vegetables' can be enjoyed by children of any age and are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook; author of the Pete the Bee stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables: The Pumpkin

Silly Stories About Vegetables: The Pumpkin

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

The 'Silly Stories About Vegetables' stories are a collection of very silly stories about different vegetables. This particular story is taken from 'Silly Stories About Vegetables Book 3'. This short story is about a pumpkin that was sold by a grocer to a boy and his mum at Halloween. These short stories can be read or played by parents to young children aged three years old and older. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the Pete the Bee stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables Book 4

Silly Stories About Vegetables Book 4

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

'Silly Stories About Vegetables, Book 4' consists of three silly short stories about three different vegetables. The first short story is about a leek that didn't get put in Mrs Sidebottom's stew. The children wreaked havoc with that leek when they came home from school. The second short story is about a sack of potatoes that goes on a camping trip with Iestyn and Charlie. The potatoes swim with the ducks and then get wrapped up in foil and cooked on the camp fire. The final story is about a cauliflower that doesn't like being on display at the harvest service in the local church. The cauliflower decides to have some fun and to disrupt the goings on. These stories, which are also available as ebooks, can be read by parents to young children or, alternatively, listened to by children of any age. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the 'Pete the Bee' stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables Book 3

Silly Stories About Vegetables Book 3

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

Silly Stories About Vegetables, Book 3 consists of three silly short stories about three different vegetables. The first short story is about a pea that was grown on Phoebe's granddad's allotment. The second short story is about a tomato that goes missing and ends up in a letter box. The final story is about a pumpkin that was sold by a grocer to a boy and his mum at Halloween. These stories can be played by parents to young children or, alternatively, listened to by children aged seven years old and older. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the Pete the Bee stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 3 and 4

Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 3 and 4

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

'Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 3 and 4' consists of six silly short stories about six different vegetables. The first short story is about a pea that was grown on Phoebe's granddad's allotment.. The second short story is about a tomato that goes missing and ends up in a letter box. The third story is about a pumpkin that was sold by a grocer to a boy and his mum at Halloween. The fourth short story is about a leek that didn't get put in Mrs Sidebottom's stew. The children wreaked havoc with that leek when they came home from school. The fifth short story is about a sack of potatoes that goes on a camping trip with Iestyn and Charlie. The potatoes swim with the ducks and then get wrapped up in foil and cooked on the camp fire. The final story is about a cauliflower that doesn't like being on display at the harvest festival in the local church. The cauliflower decides to have some fun and to disrupt the goings on. These stories, which are also available as audio books, can be read by parents to young children or, alternatively, listened to by children of any age. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the 'Pete the Bee' stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables: Books 1-3

Silly Stories About Vegetables: Books 1-3

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 1-3 consists of nine silly short stories about nine different vegetables. The first story is about a stick of rhubarb that meets a hard-boiled egg called Egg while trying to cross a cattle grid. In the second story, there is a radish that hitches a ride down the street on a skateboard. The third short story focuses on three meadow mushrooms in a clearing and the silly stories that they imagine, which includes a hippo that goes to school. The fourth short story is about a sprig of parsley that runs away from a factory, ends up on a fishing boat, and narrowly escapes being eaten in a sandwich. The fifth short story is about a carrot that finds itself being used as a nose for a snowman before falling into a drain. The sixth story is about a turnip that causes havoc in the village by rolling down the street, through the park, into the church and bakers. The seventh story is about a pea that was grown on Phoebe's granddad's allotment. The eighth story is about a tomato that goes missing and ends up in a letter box. The final story is about a pumpkin that was sold by a grocer to a boy and his mum at Halloween. These short stories can be played by parents to young children or, alternatively, listened to by children aged six years old and older. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the Pete the Bee stories.

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Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 1-4

Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 1-4

Author: Paul Cook Narrator: Paul Cook Release Date: 01/11/2018

'Silly Stories About Vegetables Books 1-4' consists of twelve silly short stories about twelve different vegetables. The first story is about a stick of rhubarb that meets a hard-boiled egg called Egg while trying to cross a cattle grid. In the second story, there is a radish that hitches a ride down the street on a skateboard. The third short story focuses on three meadow mushrooms in a clearing and the silly stories that they imagine, which includes a hippo that goes to school. The fourth short story is about a sprig of parsley that runs away from a factory, ends up on a fishing boat, and narrowly escapes being eaten in a sandwich. The fifth short story is about a carrot that finds itself being used as a nose for a snowman before falling into a drain. The sixth story is about a turnip that causes havoc in the village by rolling down the street, through the park, into the church and bakers. The seventh story is about a pea that was grown on Phoebe's granddad's allotment. The eighth story is about a tomato that goes missing and ends up in a letter box. The ninth story is about a pumpkin that was sold by a grocer to a boy and his mum at Halloween. The tenth short story is about a leek that didn't get put in Mrs Sidebottom's stew. The children wreaked havoc with that leek when they came home from school. The eleventh short story is about a sack of potatoes that goes on a camping trip with Iestyn and Charlie. The potatoes swim with the ducks and then get wrapped up in foil and cooked on the camp fire. The final story is about a cauliflower that doesn't like being on display at the harvest festival in the local church. The cauliflower decides to have some fun and to disrupt the goings on. These stories, which are also available as audio books, can be read by parents to young children or, alternatively, listened to by children of any age. The stories are written and narrated by British author Paul Cook, author of the 'Pete the Bee' stories.

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