Debbie Irwin

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Debbie Irwin

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Child (5-12)
Description Join the wonderful world of story telling where you can be playful, folksy, warm and trustworthy.

Your words + my voice = our impact.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
uh, it's all because of, Wolf said. Sam Wolf was Milo's dog. He had a way of getting Milo into trouble. That morning, Sam and Milo had left the gate open. Wolf got out. He chased the paperboy and eight Mrs May's newspaper for the third time that week, Uh, Milo and Sam were grounded again. So was Wolf. They couldn't go anywhere, not even to the parade. That dog of yours is nothing but trouble, said Sam. Milo said nothing. He loved Wolf, but he hated missing the parade. Listen, said Sam, the parade is starting. Milo could hear the roar of the fire engines and the cheering crowd. Wolf bark. Gladly. Hey, loved the shiny red fire engines. Well, hey, loved chasing them, Milo climbed up to his tree house. Maybe he could see the fire trucks over the treetops, but all Milo could see from his tree house was wolf. He was running down the street to the parade. Milo forgot all about being grounded. He slid down from the tree house and raced after Wolf Wolf comeback, Milo shouted, Wolf just ran faster. Wolf friend under an ice cream card. Milo tried to grab him, but he slipped on an ice cream cone and Bang Milo knocked over the ice cream cart. The ice cream cart tipped over the soda stand and the soda stand said the fruit cart flying. The fire engine parade came to a stop. Oh, said the fire chief. Main Street is blocked. Will have to go down Bacon Street. Milo sat down on the curb as an old time fire engine went by. The firefighters were tossing candy to the boys and girls. Milo jumped up to catch a piece of candy and bumped right into a firefighter. The firefighter smiled. She pulled a T shirt over Milos head. Just then Wolf barked and pulled Milo away. Wolf friend down the street chasing a shiny new fire engine. Milo ran along right behind him. The fire engines stopped at the corner. Wolf ran up to it, barking and barking. Who would you two like? A ride? Asked the firefighter. The firefighter pulled Milo up onto the truck. Then he put a fire helmet on Milo's head. Wolf jumped up and sat next to Milo. Milla's friends ran beside the fire engine. They shouted and cheered all the way to the firehouse. Milo. Guess what happened. Yelled Sam. When Milo got home later, the fire engine parade came right past our house and you and Wolf missed the whole thing.