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My Dog Has Fleas<br>A Ukulele Misadventure
""My Dog has Fleas," sung to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," is a traditional melody used to help adjust the ukulele’s pitch. The song’s story is charmingly told in the young voice of Lucas Bodhi Towne, with informational asides provided in the clearly enunciated adult voice of Joe Towne. The initial back and forth of the Towneses adds a level of engagement to the introductory material... Music teachers and young ukulele enthusiasts are sure to enjoy this winsome book." BOOKLIST
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El Chef Roy Choi y su Remix de la Comida Callejera
Illustrated by: Man One   Read by: Man One   Authors: Jacqueline Briggs Martin, June Jo Lee   Narrator: Rosi Amador
ISBN: 9781430145110
Price: $22.95
Award-winning artist Man One and voice artist Rosi Amador narrate the Spanish edition of this vibrant and poetic homage to Chef Roy Choi’s life and his path to street food stardom, all against a musical backdrop of beats and rhythms that amplify the story.
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Sandor Katz and the Tiny Wild
Authors: Jacqueline Briggs Martin, June Jo Lee   Illustrated by: Julie Wilson   Narrators: Sandor Katz, Lori Prince   Author's Note read by: Jacqueline Briggs Martin   Author's Notes read by: June Jo Lee
ISBN: 9781430145141
Release Date: 04/15/2023
Price: $31.95
2023 AudioFile Audioobooks of the Year
AudioFile Earphones Award
"Fermentation expert Sandor Katz's hearty voice punctuates Lori Prince's overall narration of this picture book. It's a biography of Katz, who moved to a "community of queer folk" in Tennessee in search of a healthy life after his HIV diagnosis. He has become famous for his recipes for fermented foods. ... The whole package fizzes with briny verve." AudioFile Magazine
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Miguel's Community Garden
Author: JaNay Brown-Wood   Illustrated by: Samara Hardy   Narrators: Andres Munar, Lewis Touna
ISBN: 9781430145202
Price: $31.95
The Where in the Garden? series features a delightfully diverse cast of toddlers, each exploring simple fruit/vegetable identification, perfect for introducing agriculture, farming, gardening, and healthy eating. MIGUEL'S COMMUNITY GARDEN is the second book in this series.
"In this picture-book read-along, narrators Andres Munar and Lewis Touna take listeners on a tour of garden bounty. ... A tasty treat." AudioFile Magazine
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Linh's Rooftop Garden
ISBN: 9781430145394
Release Date: 12/10/2023
Price: $35.95
In this fourth book in the series, Linh and her mother are exploring their rooftop garden to find blueberries that Linh needs for a picnic with her friends. Little listeners can compare the unique characteristics of blueberries against peaches, strawberries, tomatoes and other produce that grows in the garden. And learn how to use the fruit in a tasty blueberry and banana pancake recipe for little chefs and their adult helpers to try together.
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Logan's Greenhouse
ISBN: 9781430145370
Price: $35.95
Logan is organizing a pet playdate with his friends at his wheelchair-accessible greenhouse, but he really wants carrots for the treats he’s making. There are plenty of plants but can Logan find the long, orange vegetable with bushy leaves at the top among the sweet potatoes, leeks, turnips, and other produce that grows in the greenhouse in time for the playdate? A delicious winter carrot soup is included.

Night in the City
Author: Julie Downing   Narrator: Harriett D. Foy
ISBN: 9781430145424
Release Date: 10/30/2023
Price: $35.95
ALA Notable Children's Recording " As Harriett Foy guides listeners through the city at night, her voice is as warm as the sunny yellow interior scenes that contrast with the surrounding nighttime blues in this picture book. Its central character is a child of color who is going to bed as nighttime activity is carried out by a diverse group of adults with a variety of occupations...Background sound effects--car engines, sirens, a dog yapping--underscore the bustle." AudioFile Magazine
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Goblin Market
Author: Diane Zahler   Narrator: Tavia Gilbert
ISBN: 9781430145332
Price: $42.95
"Tavia Gilbert skillfully narrates this dark tale featuring two sisters in long-ago Poland, based on an 1862 poem by Christina Rossetti. ... Gilbert conveys Minka's illness by infusing her kind voice with a dreamlike detachment and portrays Lizzie with a lack of emotion. As the story progresses, Lizzie becomes more assertive but maintains her innate matter-of-fact tone. Gilbert also reflects Emil's mercurial temperament, speaking in enticing tones to Minka and to Lizzie with dismissiveness, disdain, and, finally, deadly menace. Haunting music during tense moments adds suspense." AudioFile Magazine
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Amara's Farm
Author: JaNay Brown-Wood   Illustrated by: Samara Hardy   Narrators: JaNay Brown-Wood, Vivian Wood
ISBN: 9781430145172
Price: $31.95
The Where in the Garden? series features a delightfully diverse cast of toddlers, each exploring simple fruit/vegetable identification, perfect for introducing agriculture, farming, gardening, and healthy eating. AMARA'S FARM is the first book in this series.
"Talented children's author and educator JaNay Brown-Wood narrates this delightful story with the capable assistance of her daughter, Vivian Autumn Wood. In an interactive question-and-answer format, the story follows a young girl, Amara, and her canine companion in a quest to find pumpkins on the family's farm. ... The interaction between the narrators is light, natural, and engaging. Realistic environmental sound effects enhance the listening experience... Step-by-step instructions for molasses pumpkin bread conclude this joyful celebration of autumn's bounty." AudioFile Magazine
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