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Rosco the Rascal Series Collection Books 1-5

Narrated by: Trista Shaye
Series: Rosco The Rascal, Book 1-5
Length: 9 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 5-7
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Meet 10-year-old James, seven-year-old Mandy, and their mischievous German shepherd, Rosco, in this five-book audiobook set. Year-round adventures await, with a fall trip to a pumpkin patch, a winter vacation to the mountains, a springtime march through a St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a summertime week at sleep-away camp, and a hometown Christmas lights contest.

"...A fine choice for newly independent and reluctant readers, featuring good-natured characters, a well-intentioned mutt, and an outdoor rescue mission." (Kirkus Reviews, on Rosco the Rascal in the Land of Snow)

Fans of the Magic Tree House series will love this brother and sister pair, and fans of classic, heroic dogs - from Lassie to Beethoven - will love Rosco.

This five-book collection includes:
Rosco the Rascal Visits the Pumpkin Patch
Rosco the Rascal in the Land of Snow
Rosco the Rascal Goes to Camp
Rosco the Rascal at the St. Patrick's Day Parade
Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights

©2019 Shana Gorian (P)2019 Shana Gorian

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Great Series!

I started this series planning to recommend it to my brother (now 10) who likes stories like this. I was truly impressed by how much *I* liked it! Well written and the narration by Trista Shaye goes well with this story, bringing the characters to life, and making it easy to follow along with who's talking. While I saw it mentioned some where for early readers 5-6, this can just as easily be read and enjoyed my middle grade readers and especially those 7-10. It deals with many common childhood experiences, from homesickness, to sleeping away from home, and making friends. All things that are common in life, but perhaps not so common in children's literature.