Posted on Sunday, September 23, 2012 by Cupertino_Library
Have you listened to any good audio books lately?
Here are some recommendations - something new and something old - for your listening pleasure.
Stop the Train! by Geraldine McCaughrean is set during the Oklahoma Land Rush in 1889, in this full cast audio production. It shows the perseverance of one town to become one of the stops on the Red Rock Railroad. They will do almost anything to stop the train!
If you are fans of Peter and the Starcatchers in the Never Land Series, you will be intrigued by The Bridge to Never Land by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. It intertwines the lives of two teens in the present with their modern day conveniences like cell phones and an iPad along with Albert Einstein’s work and the fictional story of Peter Pan and Captain Hook. The non-stop adventure filled with puzzles to solve and dangers around every corner will keep you listening intently.
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