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This Would Make a Good Story Someday Audiobook by Dana Alison Levy

Title: This Would Make a Good Story Someday Author: Dana Alison Levy Narrator: Kathleen McInerney Format: Unabridged Length: 7 hrs and 35 mins Language: English Release date: 05-16-17 Publisher: Listening Library (Audio) Ratings: 4 of 5 out of 4 votes Genres: Kids, Fiction Publisher's Summary: From the author of The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher comes an epic cross-country train trip for fans of Dan Santat's Are We There Yet? and Geoff Rodkey's The Tapper Twins. Pack your suitcase and climb onboard with the Johnston-Fischer family. Sara Johnston-Fischer loves her family, of course. But that doesn't mean she's thrilled when her summer plans are upended for a surprise cross-country train trip with her two moms, Mimi and Carol; her younger sister, Ladybug; her older sister, Laurel; and Laurel's poncho-wearing activist boyfriend, Root. And to make matters worse, one of her moms is writing a tell-all book about the trip...and that means every ridiculous and embarrassing moment of Sara's life. Sara finds herself crisscrossing the country with a gaggle of wild Texans. As they travel from New Orleans to Chicago to the Grand Canyon and beyond, Sara finds herself changing along with the landscape outside the train windows. And she realizes that she just might go home reinvented. Critic Reviews: "Sara has a truly unique tween voice, with her concerns about big-picture issues never diminishing the importance of her need for a new hair look or a burgeoning friendship with a fellow traveler...its engaging main character makes it a truly memorable read." (Booklist) "This story is never preachy; it ranges from laugh-out-loud funny to incredibly moving, and the voices are true. Ignore the title: this is a good story already." (Kirkus) Contact me for any questions: [email protected]