Category Archives: Children’s AudioBook

Robby’s Quest: Thrills and Chills

This is the fourth book in the Robby’s Quest series. D.C. Rush is author and publisher and Chills and Thrills is Narrated by Tracy Elman, and Illustrated by Daniela Frongia and is available as an audiobook. After the Flock’s adventure in Las Vegas they return to San Diego. 

Telling their stories to their friends they discuss where they will go next. They want to travel to Ohio but it is too far so they decide to take smaller trips and work their way up the west coast.

The flock travels to San Francisco with there friends the Whales. The see the sights and visit Chinatown.  The stop by an amusement park along the way and ride some of the rides. These friends have so much fun.

This book teaches friendship, trust, leadership, and teamwork. It is a great series.

I received this book as a gift for an honest review.


Robby’s Quest- Return of the Cat

D.C. Rush third children’s book in the Robby’s Quest series The Return of the Cat, Narrated by Tracy Elman, and Illustrated by Daniela Frongia is available as an audiobook. Robby and he’s flock of friends decide to split up. Some stay in Arizona, some want to return to San Diego, and others want to just be on an Adventure and see the world.

Daniela and Tracy brings the characters to life once again as the birds visit Hover Dam and the City of Las Vegas. Where they meet new pink birds and see NewYork, Paris, and Egypt in a single day.

This Series is a great book for reading, the illustrations are amazing and to listen as you read is an experience every Child should have.

This book was gifted to me for an honest review.

Robby’s Quest: Ocean Bound

Ocean Bound is the 2nd book in the Robby’s Quest series. Narrated by Tracy Elman and published by DC Rush. Tracy Elman once again brings all the different bird characters to life. I have said before in other reviews how listening to her makes me feel like I am back at the Library for story time. She is a consistent joy to listen to.

As for Robby and his friends, this book is about family, teamwork, trust, and bringing outsiders into your family when they are in need. Helping others and believing in other members of your flock or team is a great lesson to teach.

This is an audiobook review but if you can get the book as well the illustrations are a great addition. Following along while listening is a great way to learn new words and improve reading for children.

Without giving away the adventure of Robby and his friends I must say this is another great adventure audiobook that will keep you and your kids entertained for 45 minutes to an hour.

This Audiobook was given to me as a gift for an honest review for Audiobook Monthly

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Robby’s Qwest for Seed – Children’s Book

Robby’s Quest for Seed is a color illustrated book and is also available on as an audiobook. The book is self published by the authors through DCRushBooks. This children’s book is beautifully narrated by Tracy Elman. Her voice is soft and soothing with emotion and love and feels like story time at the local library.

Robby’s Quest for speed is an adorable children’s book. It has a good story about adventure, danger, teamwork, protecting children, and promotion for good work.

I have to say some of the word choices seemed a bit advanced for the reading level of the book. This book will expand your child’s vocabulary but young readers may need mom and dad’s help with larger words with three and four syllables. 

This book was gifted to me for an honest review.
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The Good Dad – Jim Daly

The Good Dad-Being The Father You Were Meant To Be, Writen and Read by Jim Daly, President and CEO of Focus on the Family, and Published by Zondervan on Briliance Audio.

Jim is an expert on Fatherhood. As the Leader of an Organization that was established especially to support the family only God could lift an almost parentless child to such a position.

Jim’s Dad was an alcoholic who left the family when he was young, then his mother died and his step-father abandoned him and his brothers and sisters and he was then raised in a Forster Family where the Father figure accused Jim of trying to kill him.

Jim reads letters from men about their fathers and uses biblical teaching to establish Gods Father Heart. At times I think Jim is barely holding back tears as he reads letters or talks about his trip to Dodger Stadium with his Real Father in his later childhood years.

The fact that it is never too late to be a Good Father, that damage done can be healed through the working of the Holy Spirit and Love of Jesus. Jim speaks of partnering with your wife and understanding that Mothers and Fathers have different rolls but that Unity is most important.

Love and gentleness are as much a part of being a man as being the protector. Jim’s voice is the same heard weekly on the radio and speaks with a quiet confidence of someone who knows what not to do as well as what God calls men to be as fathers. This is an excellent book that I highly recommend be listened to as an AudioBook.

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The Book of Beasts – Audiobook Review

Edith (E.) Nesbit’s book is Narrated by Karen Krause. This story is a modern fairy-tale of a young boy made king.  His Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather was the last sitting King and by account a strange King. This little boy would rather make mud pies than be King but he had his duty to do.

The Book of Beasts is a magical book that is full of pictures of animals and beasts. When the young King opened the book and read the first page the beautiful butterfly flew off the page.

The Kings Chancellor took the book and put it on a high shelf telling the King not to read from the book again, for The King did not know what beast was on the next page of The Book of Beasts. Of course the young King was to curious   for his own good. This story continues as the young King tries to live with the consequences of reopening the book. 

Can the King find a way to save his kingdom. Read The Book of Beasts for yourself and see what adventure you can find.20140803-114135-42095332.jpg

Kathleen and the Communion Copter – Audiobook Review

Avril O’Reilly Children’s book about a young Irish girl’s first communion. Kathleen is looking at dresses with her Grandmother and explains Pinterist to her, a woman who knows nothing about computers. The grandmother tells her about how she used to cut pictures out of magazines and put them on a poster board.

The young and old work together to make the first communion a special occasion. The priest tries to tell the children that the church is a holy place and should be treated as such. Most of the children have never attended church and so the Father must teach them everything starting with how to bless themselves.

Kathleen looks and looks for the perfect communion dress. Her mother has a whole day planned of Online Shopping and Pinterest page making as she tells Kathleen stories of her first communion dress.

Kathleen want to put some Bling on her Rosary beads. She made her beads with glitter glue to follow the stories of the mysteries of the Rosary. The Joyfull mysteries, the Sorrowful mysteries, the Glorious mysteries and lastly the Luminous mysteries. ( it is adorable to hear Kathleen’s understanding of the Mysteries of the Rosary)

As the day draws near everyone is getting excited about First Communion. Kathleen tries so much to think of everyone. When other children completely miss the point of the Communion Kathleen attempts to teach them what communion is really about.

This is an adorable story about the true meaning of the First Communion.
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