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Death of Harry Potter — infamous!
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Some violence and gruesome detail. Parental guidance: If the cover bothers you, don't buy it. .
60 minutes. Perfect for keeping the peace on car rides...
Recorded live at Knotty Oak and Horrible Mann
Cavemen! Wolves! Bad Manners!
A troll, a candy store and… bunny rabbits? Ten stories of food, friends and adventure that you and your children will enjoy again and again.
“a master at spinning old tales and everyday events into storytelling gold.”
– 2016 Parents’ Choice Gold Medal for Audio Storytelling
Transmit Joy! is a 65 minute audio book for early learners, fans of stories, parents and teachers.
Educational and fun! • Excellent for Early Learners • Splendid for School Age • Perfect for car rides
Winner of five international ebook awards!
Eleanor lives alone with her two stepsisters. Even though she's in a wheelchair, they make her sleep downstairs in the basement!
“It doesn’t matter how you look, what matters is who you are.”
— Fairy Godmother
Cinderella Spinderella uses today’s technology to give a classic story a contemporary message of empowerment.
Mark Binder and Steve Mardo have created new classic.
2019 Audie Finalist for Best Original Work
LOKI RAGNAROK, written and narrated by Mark Binder has been nominated for the 2019 Audie Award for Best Original Work!
Considered the audiobook Oscars, the Audie Award ceremony is presented by the Audio Publishers Association, and will be held on March 4, in New York City.
A well-told tale of the Norse gods… told not from the point of view of the heroic Thor or Odin, but through the eyes of Loki, the trickster… As Binder says in his introduction, this is not for children. But the stories are well-told, both in their writing — Binder adapted them from the Norse poetic and prose sagas called the Edda — and in their performance. Binder’s voice swoops and soars, now angry, now gleeful and now mocking, as Loki tells these stories of the gods run amok.
— Providence Journal
Originally conceived as a spoken-word performance, LOKI RAGNAROK is a darkly humorous revision of Norse mythology. This is not a child-friendly Marvel Universe story.
The story of Loki echoes the cycles of violence and revenge playing out across our world. Told with a blend of poetry and prose, humor and horror, it offers no solution — but a glimmer, perhaps of understanding and compassion.
Performed by the author in myriad voices, LOKI RAGNAROK blends poetry and prose, humor and horror.
LOKI RAGNAROK was produced and recorded at Galilee Productions. Music composed and performed and audio engineering by George Dussault.
Audiobook also available in Hardcover and eBook.