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Gators & Taters

A Week of Bedtime Stories
Narrated by: Elaine Ambrose Romano
Length: 1 hr and 6 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 5-7
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Gators & Taters

Inspire children to wonder about characters, places, and adventures. These seven delightful stories bubble with lyrical language, captivating scenes, and gentle messages. Written by bestselling author Elaine Ambrose, this book celebrates the wonderful tradition of storytelling. No batteries required.

Awards and Honors for Gators & Taters

+ One of 50 Children's Books Selected for Bowker's National Recommended Reading List+ Selected for Idaho Public Television “First Books” Program with Statewide distribution to underprivileged children+ Selected for State of Idaho “Read Out Loud Crowd” Program+ Selected for the Summer Reading List for the Log Cabin Literary Center in Boise, Idaho+ Selected for the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program in Boise, Idaho

©2003 Elaine Ambrose Romano (P)2016 Elaine Ambrose

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Storytellers will Enjoy Reading the Book to Kids

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

I gifted this audiobook to a friend with small children. They were traveling across country and the entire family enjoyed the narration.

Who was your favorite character and why?

My favorite characters were Miss Bitterpenny and Miss Wobblefloss. Their story titled "Hootenfloot Flies the Coop" about a lost owl reads similar to a Dr. Seuss story.

Which character – as performed by Elaine Ambrose Romano – was your favorite?

The boy named Adam in the story titled "The Birthday Boy - the author definitely knew him.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Laughed at the antics in all of the seven stories. There were a few tears shed in the story titled "Mama I've Had a Bad Day" about a sick child and how a mother used a scrapbook to cheer her family.

Any additional comments?

I'm eager for the print edition to be released in the spring.