Kiera Giordan

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Kiera Giordan

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description A selection of children's stories, many with character voices.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
Corduroy by Don Freeman. Corduroy is a bear who once lived in the toy department of a big store. Day after day, he waited with all the other animals and dolls for somebody to come along and take him home. Then one morning, a little girl stopped and looked straight into corduroys. Bright eyes. Oh, mommy, she said. There's the very bare I've always wanted. Not today dear, her mother side. I've spent too much already. Besides, he's lost the button to one of his shoulder straps. Corduroy watched them sadly, as they walked away. I didn't know I lost a button, he said to himself. Tonight I'll go and see if I can find it. Jack and the Beanstalk. There once was a boy called Jack. He lived with his mother in a small cottage, and their most valuable possession was there cow, milky white. But the day came when milky White gave them no milk, and Jack's mother said she must be sold. Take her to market, she told Jack, and mind you get a good price for her. After a while, he sat down to rest by the side of the road. An old man came by and Jack told him where he was going. Don't bother to go to the market. Sell your cow to me. I will pay you well. Look at these beans. Only plant them. And overnight you will find you have the finest being plans in all the world. Coyote in New York, This is a true story. See, that's a photograph of me Coyote in the newspaper after I'd been shot down in Central Park. Hey, don't worry. I wasn't dead though. Just in for a long, soft sleep at the Bronx Zoo. Never had I seen so many animals in one place. And just exactly how did I get into this mess? Well, I had a dream to go where no coyote had gone before. New York City Piggy pie by Margie Palatine E grich The witch woke up grouchy, grumpy and very hungry. Her belly grumbled for something delicious. But what It wasn't Purple Mouse tails to know. She ate that yesterday for lunch. Perhaps a taste of boiled buzzard feet that always made her mouth water. No, not today. Today Grich wanted something truly tasty. Something really yummy. Something special. And that could Onley mean piggy pie? Yes, Yes, Pinkie Pie Aiken. Taste those plump, juicy pink piggies right now, Grich said, smacking her lips. Goob and the bug collecting kit goop was walking by Toodles toy store when he saw a bug collecting kit in the window. Wow, said Goob. I've wanted a kid like that for a long time, but I don't have $4. I need to earn it. I need to come up with a plan. Goob went home and wrote out a list. Goobers goals, number one safe, some money number two by bug collecting kit. Just then Jumper stopped by. What's that, Goob? I'm making a list of things I want to Dio, said Goob. Wow, Can I be part of your game? Plan? Asked Jumper. Sure, I have a great idea. Let's sell lemonade. It's really hot out, and folks will want a cold drink. That afternoon, Goo been jumper, set up their lemonade stand