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6 Responses to Audio-Books: A Three Week Series

  1. Karen Heuiser June 19, 2014 at 7:26 am #

    This made me wish my kids were old­er (which nev­er hap­pens!) so we could lis­ten to these! 😉

  2. Jill June 19, 2014 at 7:36 am #

    Hey MHH, do you have a rec­om­men­da­tion for my two sweet­ies, 7 and 10? Because we have a car trip to the moun­tains ahead of us as well:) Like Karen said, I wish mine were old­er so this Bloody Jack series would work for us — it sounds right up our alley!

    • Melanie Hill June 22, 2014 at 10:20 pm #

      Jill and Pat – this week’s RRB will have a rec­om­men­da­tion that might for you.…. And I’ll think on those ages and see if I can come up with a cou­ple more.… Our local library has a great selec­tion and we’ve found many great ones on ACCIDENT! I mean, Serendip­i­ty!

  3. Pat June 19, 2014 at 2:56 pm #

    Can’t wait for a good series for a 4 going on 14, and an almost 8 going 18 year old.….they do music on car trips now, but audio books would be a change.…..even if not in the car!

  4. Beth Braun June 22, 2014 at 7:46 pm #

    I absolute­ly LOVE the Bloody Jack series. I have read them all (and actu­al­ly lis­tened to the first one, too!) I want to know what you decide to lis­ten to for THIS COMING car trip, too. I lis­ten to audio­books all of the time in tran­sit and on my iPod doing dish­es, so I go through a lot of them! (May I sug­gest When You Reach Me but only if the kids have read A Wrin­kle in Time? Oh, I could go on.) As a side note, are you still doing sto­ry time at The Book­case?

    • Melanie Hill June 22, 2014 at 10:16 pm #

      Hi Beth!
      We are pack­ing To Kill A Mock­ing­bird (I knew you’d approve!) and the sec­ond in the Sal­ly Lock­hart series by Philip Pull­man. Also a cou­ple of our beloved Swal­lows and Ama­zons record­ings. And we love When You Reach Me, though I can’t imag­ine lis­ten­ing to it.… And you and yours? Do you have a trip and books planned? This week’s RRB talks about a book for your kid­dos’ ages. (See what I did there – now you have to read it!)

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