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The Eighth Birthday Wish by Bruce Arrington (Pipe Dream Books)

This is an audiobook.

Offered by Bruce_A (publisher): For children ages 6-10. Enjoy!

Description: Finally Sophia's birthday arrived. Starting today, she won't be deprived of her greatest desire in all of the world. When she dreamed of singing, she swirled and she twirled. As her eighth birthday draws near, Sophia's plans to visit the Great Rock Faery finally become real. But when she arrives to get her wish, the Faery is not there. Not about to give up, Sophia's adventurous spirit leads her into the dark cave that holds a mean secret. What will Sophia decide when she must forget about her own wish in order to help someone in real need?

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20 review copies available
5 members requesting

Request by Mar 07, 11:22PM

Minute Mysteries by H. A. Ripley (Voices of Today)

This is an audiobook.

Recipient is asked to provide a review in exchange for this book.

Offered by jburlinson: I am the narrator of this audiobook and have complimentary copies available for promotional purposes.

In return, I would greatly appreciate an honest review on Kobo and/or LibraryThing.

A promotional code will be sent for Kobo.

Thanks for your interest in this fascinating title.

Description: This is a collection of 71 very brief tales, each featuring a crime submitted for the consideration of fictional detective, Professor Fordney.

In these accounts every fact, every clue necessary to the solution is given. The answer can be found in the story itself. Each problem has only one possible solution.

Readers have the chance to work on a basis of absolute equality with Professor Fordney -to match their wits with those of the professor and the criminal.

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7 review copies available
7 members requesting

Request by Mar 10, 6:15AM
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