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  • Rascal | Sterling North

    Rascal

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Sterling North
    • Narrated By Ed Sala
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    In 1918 Wisconsin, 11-year-old Sterling North has an almost perfect life. He keeps skunks in the backyard, goes everywhere with his enormous Saint Bernard, and is building a canoe in the living room. The only trouble is life gets a little lonely for him and his father since his mother died. While scouting around the woods one afternoon, he discovers an abandoned, month-old raccoon. Afraid the kit will die on its own, he takes it home to join his menagerie.

    Tad says: "Very Enjoyable"
  • Rascal | Sterling North

    Rascal

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Sterling North
    • Narrated By Jim Weiss
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    Who could resist living for a year with a raccoon who is just about your best friend?

    In this delightful memoir, Sterling North recalls his year with Rascal - a very mischievous and resourceful raccoon. Virtually everywhere Sterling goes, Rascal is there, and life is filled with one adventure after another.

  • Sterling Point Books: George Washington: Frontier Colonel | Sterling North

    Sterling Point Books: George Washington: Frontier Colonel

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Sterling North
    • Narrated By Benjamin Becker
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    Focusing particularly on George Washington's youth, Sterling North fully captures the spirit of the man as he examines his childhood in colonial Virginia, his early experiences as a member of the militia, and his many other adventures leading up to the Revolutionary War. The fully rounded person who emerges from this captivating portrait is uncomfortable with words, shy with women, totally at home in the outdoors, and deeply in love with the country he helped found.

    Sense & Sensibility says: "Quality historical fiction for intermediate reader"
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