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When Tingle Dingle's Auntie tells Tingle a story about the Treasure Tree and the river giants, Tingle does not believe her. To prove to Tingle that there is such a thing, the whole family ends up going on an adventure that takes them to a farm that grows giant vegetables, to meet the river giants, and discover treasure on the Treasure Tree. What Tingle and her family soon realize is that treasure is not what they thought it was.

©2017 Michelle Dry (P)2017 Michelle Dry

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Discover a treasure that is more precious than gold.

Are you ready for an adventure? Join whimsical tingle tingle and her adventuresome family as a journey to a land of giants, home to a treasure tree that would make even the most Marxist economist trade in his university tenureship.

This book gives some basic but essential etiquette for navigating your way through the land of giants without getting eaten! Just kidding! Giants are far more interested in eating onions then they are interested in eating fart flavored children.

This was a fun little story narrated by a British lady whose accent didn't even annoy me!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Charming tale

This was a charming story for young children. It weaves together so many elements which are near to a child's heart: fantasy coming to life, travel, giants, treasure, and farts. It's sure to delight the young ones.

The best part was the narration. I've listened to many podcasts and audiobooks with my kids. I've heard great narrators save dull tales and dull narrators ruin great tales. This was a very good narrator with just the right amount of enthusiasm and fun voices.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.