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Balance Your Reading with Audible

So, you’ve read our topics, you’ve listened to our podcast, or you’ve followed us on Twitter…either way, you have seen some new authors tied to some old ideas. We are proud to be able to share with you a couple of great deals from one of our favorite classic and contemporary story source,…check out these special deals available from our friends at Audible:

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Members of the Story Institute team have been listeners/readers since 2000…and have enjoyed dozens of the over 50,000 titles…each week, we will feature a specific Audible story in this site, so stay tuned and enjoy…
This week’s Audible pick is What the Dickens by Gregory Maguire It is a fantastic tale woven together as a story within a story. If you ever considered using classic story figures with your own work, What the Dickens provides excellent examples along with a great storyline…listen and read more…

Publisher’s Summary
On the darkest night, amidst a terrifying storm, Dinah’s parents go missing. While anxious Dinah and her brother and sister worry and huddle for warmth, their cousin, Gage, tells them an unlikely story – that tooth fairies, known as skibbereen, are living in warring colonies right in the neighborhood. According to Gage, they actually put those teeth to good use. And he, Gage, has met them. Dinah is skeptical, but as the story unfolds and the storm rages on, she begins to believe.

By turns touching and comic, What-the-Dickens is a decidedly imaginative journey into myth that could only have been penned by that premier interpreter of the fairy-tale world, Gregory Maguire.

©2007 Gregory Maguire; (P)2007 Scholastic Inc.

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