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Publisher's Summary

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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Great Children's Book!

This is the 2nd book in the Fun Fairy Tales series but it stands alone. Tingle, Josh, and the family seek river giants to visit and get some treasure from a treasure tree guarded by faeries. The children learn lessons about sharing and respect in this imaginative story where real treasure is not gems or precious metal. The fabulous narration added wonderfully to the characters. This is another great addition to a children's listening library! I was gifted a copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Adventure for your Child's fertile mind

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Tingle Dingle and the Treasure Tree is a story of adventure and learning that will capture any child's imagination. Adventure begins as a sister and brother set out to pursue treasure while seeking the aid of giants and fairies. The moral of the story being driven home by experiences that teach not all treasure is gold or money.

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The book's narration is performed in a pleasant female voice with a nice British accent that's easy to understand.

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This audio book would make a nice addition to anyone's library that teaches or takes care of children.

I was given this book for free in exchange for this unbiased, honest review.

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Treasure Story!

Delightful treasure story indeed!
Marvelous narration. My toddler granddaughter kept coming over to listen for minutes at a time.
Highly recommended for our younger listeners and readers. Eagerly ready for another book in the series!
Story is a 4.5 *

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Kids, 5 and 8, thoroughly enjoyed the book

My kids very much enjoyed this book. Kept them occupied on a long car ride!

Received the book for free.

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My 3 year old loves Tingle Dingle!

Where does Tingle Dingle and the Treasure Tree rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It's nearly impossible to rank audio books in general; they're all so different and I'm seeking vastly different experiences from each. I do have my favorite narrators and my favorite authors but they don't necessarily coincide (my favorite narrators don't necessarily narrate my favorite books...). That being said, this book is great for kids and my son asks to listen to Tingle Dingle routinely when he's trying to fall asleep.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I really liked the aunt and the mother...those voices were incredibly soothing, particularly juxtaposed to the voices of the children.

What about Lily Partridge’s performance did you like?

Her voice can be so, so soothing...reminds me of Bob Ross ("happy little trees") or an NPR personality. Honestly she could narrate a meditation audiobook - her voice is like butter.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No, we listen to it in pieces. But that being said, we've listed to it in it's entirety many times.

Any additional comments?

I do recommend this book to young readers and for even younger children who cannot yet read. Thank you Audio Book Boom, Michelle Dry, and Lily Partridge for this complimentary book in exchange for my fair and unbiased review.

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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.