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Whitney Wallace's Crazy Concert Catastrophe: For 4-10 Year Olds, Perfect for Bedtime & Young Readers

Whitney Learns a Lesson Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Marlene Markos
Length: 34 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 5-7
4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Our heroine, Whitney Wallace, is having a fit to go to a concert featuring her favorite band but soon finds out that her parents are not going to buy her the tickets. No matter how much she asks they won't budge. Then the librarian shares a possible new way to see the show with her, for free.

Will she be able to actually meet these new goals, make her plan work and get the free tickets too? And will she be able to do it in the two-week time frame before the show happens? Is she really willing to put in the work needed to reach her goal?

Get your copy now and listen on to find out more about Whitney's wacky misadventures and hear what happens next. This children's storybook with a female lead character is available right now. Order your audiobook today and start listening and enjoying Whitney's musical adventure instantly.

©2015 Susan G. Charles (P)2018 Marlene Markos

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Great Books for Teaching Life Lessons to Kids

I had originally asked for this book for my granddaughter to listen to. After sitting down and listening to it, I almost wanted to make my 18 year old son listen to it...lol. The books are great for helping inspire kids to strive to do better for themselves. I highly recommend it!

The narrator did a superb job acting out the characters of the book.

I was given this free review copy in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Lesson Learned. In more ways than one.

Hard work pays off. This is a fun story about a little girl learning the value of hard work and a little stick-to-it-iveness. Much better than one of the earlier stories in this series.

The narrator did a great job.

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

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  • Myztikal
  • On the Edge of Glory
  • 02-16-19

Mixed Messages

I liked getting to know Whitney. She has a wholesome family and is learning how to grow up and become responsible.
I liked the mannerisms and relationships Whitney has.
However, I felt there are mixed messages about how quickly one can learn to play a musical instrument. I also didn’t like how she was still rewarded for missing her deadline.

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

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Whitney is fun!

My Daughter (8) Loves this Book! She loves listening to it again and again! Whitney is entertaining and fun. It was given to us for an honest review.

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Great story for the kids!

Kids loved it! They kept asking for more, so guess we will be looking into more from the author!

I received the book in exchange for an honest review.

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The value of working toward a goal

This story follows a young girl as she goes through the learning process of putting in the effort of working for something she really wants. Let's face it, this is not a natural skill in our modern age. This story can serve as a good teaching tool for parents and teachers in their efforts to instill in youth the value of working toward a goal and the vision and belief in themselves that they can reach for things they thought they might have no chance of obtaining.

I was given this book for free at my request in exchange for this unbiased and honest review.

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Sweet Stuff And My Niece Loved It

I am not the best judge of children's fiction given that I am now a hulking great adult. My niece, however, is 4 years old and that makes her an excellent judge of this material. She loved it. In fact, she loved it enough that I suspect this is going to become regular listening whenever she visits. That's good enough for me and I wholeheartedly recommend that you give this a try for the little on in your life. Please note: We were kindly gifted a copy of this for review. That doesn't mean much to my niece, if she hadn't liked it, she wouldn't have stuck around to listen to it.

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Earning Her Way To See Her Favorite Band

Whitney is so excited because her favorite band is going to give a concert and she is dying to go!
She has an older brother, who acts like an older brother...wanting her to stay out of his room..but protective when need be.
Parents who want her to learn you may not get everything you want and everything may not go well..but if you have a positive attitude and work hard things sometimes work out.
My grandchildren enjoyed the story..they could relate and learn about hard work.
The narrator did great job, positive and sounded like a little girl.

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

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Full of lessons

Great children’s storytelling. Wonderful quick story with lessons about money management, working for what you want, perseverance, practice, helping others, all without realizing you are being taught these things. Author and narrator are a good combo. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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Lesson in hard work

This was a cute morality tale about money and work. A child without money to attend her favorite band's concert finds out about tickets given to people who can play one of their songs on guitar. Without money or musical ability, the girl does chores for a guitar instructor in exchange for lessons, which she finds out aren't as easy as she hoped. This story bundles lessons about trading labor for money and working through a tough goal.

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