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Publisher's Summary

Coby Collins is a typical third grader. He goes to school, has friends, and hates peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that have been left in plastic all morning. Oh, and his teacher's evil and trying to destroy him!

Listen and hear about Coby and his adventures with his best friend Antoine. Together, they try to get to the bottom of everything that's happening with a girl named Suzy Trudell and the teachers at Marley Elementary School.

This audiobook is a fast paced mystery that's full of adventure, suspense, and some poop humor! Listen to Coby Collins today - you won't be disappointed!

©2014 Justin M. Johnson (P)2014 Justin M. Johnson

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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend to someone who had elementary school kids. I think it's fun for that age group and would definitely pique interest and imagination.

What other book might you compare Coby Collins to and why?

I would compare Coby Collins to the old Goosebumps books. Creepy and a tad scary in a harmless sort of way.

What about Brian Allard’s performance did you like?

Brian is very expressive and has a knack for doing the different voices which makes for a more rounded listening experience.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Teachers in disguise! (haha, Transformers...get it?)

Any additional comments?

:)

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What did you love best about Coby Collins?

This was an enjoyable book to listen to! I would recommend it to parents with young elementary children who have active imaginations! What kid at some point in their childhood didn't think there was something "off" about their teacher!

What about Brian Allard’s performance did you like?

Brian has great range! At times I forgot it was one person narrating all the characters.

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As soon as we finished my son wanted the next book

What did you love best about Coby Collins?

It was a fun, imaginative story

What was one of the most memorable moments of Coby Collins?

Listening to my son talk about the book for an hour straight after we got done listening

Which scene was your favorite?

Can't give details for fear of spoilers, lets just say my son greatly enjoyed the scene with toilet water.

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Listened to this book with my 8 year old son and wife since he is the same age as the main character. The story was enjoyable for all 3 of us and my son was roaring with laughter at certain parts.
The Narrator did very well in voicing the different personalities and helping keep who was whom straight.