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OTHER TIMES & PLACES: Grades 7+ THE NOTORIOUS BENEDICT ARNOLD Steve Sheinkin, read by Mark Bramhall The Notorious Benedict Arnold follows Arnold from birth through his heroic military exploits to his eventual treason, the first in U.S. history. When voicing the story's narrator, Mark Bramhall's narration pulls the listener in to experience just how close the lines are between hero and villain, and how close America came to losing the Revolution. PRIVATE PEACEFUL Michael Morpurgo, read by Jeff Woodman Evocative language increases the realism of the flashbacks that tell the story of brothers Charlie and Thomas Peaceful. Combining scenes of WWI, life on an English estate, school, loving Molly, and a brother's bond, the characterizations are exceptional. Audiobooks on the Go 2013 Between Shades of Gray Ruta Sepetys, read by Emily Klein Goddess of Yesterday Caroline Cooney, read by Christina Moore Keturah and Lord Death Martine Leavitt, read by Alyssa Bresnahan Montmorency: Thief, Liar, Gentleman? Eleanor Updale, read by Stephen Fry

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