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  • Mirette on the High Wire | Emily Arnold McCully

    Mirette on the High Wire

    • UNABRIDGED (10 mins)
    • By Emily Arnold McCully
    • Narrated By Jennifer Van Dyck
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    Mirette learns tightrope walking from Monsieur Bellini, a guest in her mother's boarding house, not knowing that he is a celebrated tightrope artist who has withdrawn from performing because of fear.

    J Philip A Hinton says: "Wonderful and Inspiring"
  • Wonder Horse | Emily Arnold McCully

    Wonder Horse

    • UNABRIDGED (12 mins)
    • By Emily Arnold McCully
    • Narrated By Kevin R. Free
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    Emily Arnold McCully won a Caldecott Medal for her book Mirette on the High Wire. In Wonder Horse, McCully crafts a charming tale based on the true story of Doc Key and his remarkable horse, Jim. When Doc Key decides to breed a racehorse, what he gets is a foal with weak legs yet an unusually sharp mind. So Doc decides to teach his horse some new tricks - including reading and writing.

    L. Portman says: "Great Read"
  • The Bobbin Girl | Emily Arnold McCully

    The Bobbin Girl

    • UNABRIDGED (23 mins)
    • By Emily Arnold McCully
    • Narrated By Emma Woodbine
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    Rebecca Putney is a bobbin girl who helps support her struggling family by working all day in a hot, noisy cotton mill. Working conditions at the mill are poor, and there is talk of lowering the workers' wages. Rebecca's friend Judith wants to protest the pay cut - but troublemakers at the mill are dismissed. Does Rebecca have the courage to join the protest?

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