Not Your Normal Cattle Drive | Early Elementary Audiobooks Coming Out in September

Durant, Alan. Burger Boy. Recorded Books. ISBN 9781490668673. Read by Carine Montbertrand.
PreS-Gr 2–Benny doesn’t like vegetables. Not carrots, not peas, not broccoli or tomatoes. What Benny likes is burgers. He piles burgers into his mouth by the handful. His mom warns him, “If you don’t watch out, you’ll turn into a burger one day.” That’s exactly what happens, and soon Benny is being chased by hungry dogs, mad cows, and mischievous boys.

Wilson, Karma. Sakes Alive! A Cattle Drive. Recorded Books. ISBN 9781419398704. Read by Kevin R. Free.
PreS-K–One day on the farm, two crazy cows, Mabel and Molly, take Farmer’s keys from his back pocket when he isn’t looking. And just like that, the cows start-up Farmer’s car and drive away. Look out everyone! It’s a cattle drive! Mabel and Molly don’t exactly know how to drive, or read road signs, but wouldn’t you know it, they’re on their way to town for an adventure.

Yaccarino, Dan. Blast Off Boy and Blorp: First Day on a Strange New Planet. Recorded Books. ISBN 9781490663487. Read by L.J. Ganser.
K-Gr 3–Blast Off Boy is headed to the planet Meep as an exchange student. And on his way to Earth is Blorp Glorp, a little green alien boy. Blast Off Boy isn’t too happy about the whole thing. Blorp is excited. But on their first day at each other’s school, nothing goes the way they planned.

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