The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Meets World
Narrated by: Abigail Revasch, Tara Sands
Length: 7 hrs and 53 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (186 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A middle-grade audiobook novel telling an original "tail" of Marvel's cute, quirky, and downright furry super heroine - Squirrel Girl!

©2017 Shannon Hale (P)2017 Listening Library

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Great light and fun read for marvel fans

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is fun and light-hearted origin story for Squirrel Girl. The story is not complex but it is entertaining. The characters are likable and the narrator does a good job of giving different voices to different characters. A recommended listen for anyone who likes super hero stories, a fun and not deep story.

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unbeatable immersive story

this story has great comedy, action, and characters. also Abigail and tara were fantastic at narrating. i myself was able to make a good picture of what was happening.

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Captivating performance

If you could sum up The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl in three words, what would they be?

Engaging Squirrel Heroics

Which character – as performed by Abigail Revasch and Tara Sands – was your favorite?

My favorite character performed was Doreen Green.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Chitter around town

Any additional comments?

The story was a great story. I played it for my 8 year old and my 12 year old. The 12 year old was not very interested in the story, but he paid attention to the words. My 8 year old was engaged in the first third of the book, then it slowed down a bit for her, but picked up with the resolutions at the end.

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Great book

I love this book because it is one of my Friend's favorite comic book.This is one of my favorite comic books

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A fun kid superhero book

Squirrel Girl is essentially a joke character, but been getting attention thanks to Ryan North fun writing and its soul sucking art that only work due to how fun he makes the book. If you love that comic, you will enjoy this. As it has good amount of clever jokes and capture the optomistic energy of squirrel girl.

If you never read any of her stuff, this is a good starting point as it is basically a origin story and how she becomes Squirrel Girl. Capturing the spirit of a kid trying to be a superhero versus a villain that is basically a counterpart but also have the same goofy unintentional humor.

I say the only real big conplaint is that it is a kid book, so it is a bit predictable. Plus there was one tiresome long joke that might work when you actually reading the book, but fails when translated to an audio medium.

But overall it was a really fun listen with the narrarator doing a fantastic job.

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A must read or listen to audio

I recommend this book to any Marvel fan . This book is written really well and had lots of funny moments. Shows you the world of Doreen Green and her adventures of how she became Squirrel Girl.

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Most Awesome for Kids

I love this book. It is exciting because she is a great super hero. I would like more of these adventures about Squirrel Girl. Please make more!
Ava age 7

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good book and great to listen <br />and relax i go a 9

uuuuhyhh yogi and the number of people in the middle c who have a lot

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Listen with the kids!

We listened to this with kids who were around 7 and 4 at the time, and it was a good family listen. The narration is dynamic and fun. The plot is outlandish in the way all superhero plots should be, and the text messaging other superheroes is amazing. There are some great digs on Ironman. Very clever and fun! I loved that her BFF Ana Sofia is hearing-impaired and is very much a part of the story and not fragile or noble.

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Squeak Squeak Squeaken

Perfect for my own little Squirrel of a Girl. Loved the relatability to the Teenage girl. The jokes, the references, the wonderful politeness of a middle school villain. Puts all in a squeaky perspective.