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Barking dogs, crying babies, and even the crunch of a neighbor's potato chips are some of the sounds you'll hear in the audio version of Ezra James Keats' classic children's book, which finds Sam and his younger brother Ben wandering around their crowded and cacophonous New York City tenement building in search of a mysterious harmonica sound.

Charles Turner's emotive delivery captures the awe the brothers experience when they reach their destination, and his voice perfectly suits the lyrical, poetic quality of Keats' prose in this inspiring children's audiobook.

Publisher's Summary

The sounds of a harmonica lead to an understanding between a blind man and two boys who live in the same building in the city.
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©1975 Gerald McDermott; (P)1977 Weston Woods Studios

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A Classic Short Story for Children

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APT #3 ranks among my five star listens, which basically means I will never get tired of it.

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Have you listened to any of Charles Turner’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have not listened to Charles Turner before.

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I truly enjoy this one.