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The Cheeseman family is back from back in time. In other words, they're in the present time. Well, presently, at least. They're soon to journey back again - only just a few years this time - to save the life of their beloved mother. But when they get to the not-so-distant-past, they meet something utterly surprising. Something wilder than anything they've seen before - including cowboy poets and good-natured pirates. They are about to meet...the alternate versions of themselves!

©2012 Gerry Swallow (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Great book!

I read the book to my 6th grade class for the third time and the students absolutely hung on every word. they couldn't wait every day to get to my classroom to go the story. We wish they would make it into a movie! I recommend this audio for long trips with your children in the car as my own children absolutely loved the stories.

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Love the narration of this story

Love the humor of the book. Wonder if kids would get all of it, but I did and laughed out loud many times. Kids would like the time travel and how the kids were seen as heroes and problem solvers.