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Hop on board the biggest ship ever built and hold on tight for the story of Captain Stormalong, the saltiest sailor to sail the seven seas. Actor John Candy narrates the tallest fish tale any landlubber has ever heard, and your family will be hooked on this hilarious tribute to American's Golden Age of Sail. An original score by NRBQ compliments this hilarious telling. Ages four and up. Part of the award-winning Rabbit Ears series, American Heroes and Legends.

©2012 Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC (P)2016 Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC

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I did not like this book at all. The background music was very distracting and made it difficult for my kids to understand the words. And, personally, I did not care for the story itself.