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Beacon Street Girls #14

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Series: Beacon Street Girls, Book 14
Length: 6 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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With love in the air on Beacon Street, the Beacon Street Girls and their friends must deal with who-likes-whom confusion. Will the girls get it all figured out before the big Valentine's Day dance? In a night filled with mix-ups, expectation, and excitement, see what happens in the latest installment of the Beacon Street Girls series.
©2008 Annie Bryant (P)2008 Listening Library

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  • Carol
  • 05-04-17

LOVE IT

I love it, especially the part with the kiss. I love how cute Charlotte and Nick are together!! 😀😬😬😬😚😚💑💏

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  • Wensi Peng
  • 12-06-12

awesome narrators

Would you consider the audio edition of Beacon Street Girls #14 to be better than the print version?

No because Isabel sometimes draws pictures and in the audible edition, you can't see it, But I like the way each beacon street girl has her own narrotor which makes it less confusing.

What did you like best about this story?

I like the part when Charlotte and Avery find out the Marty is lovesick. I also like the part when Henry Yurt asks Isabel for a purple heart and he is so dramatic about it. Finally, I enjoy the part when Nick asks Chelsea to dance but just wanted to make her feel better but Charlotte just got a misunderstanding.

Which character – as performed by the narrator – was your favorite?

My favorite characters in this story were Charlotte and Maeve.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I enjoy this book overall, although it didn't make me cry, I was amused when Nick asked Charlotte to meet him at the bakery but he had to go to a meeting with Chelsea and Charlotte showed up for nothing.

Any additional comments?

I like the way each narrator get into character, so like when it's a sad part, they don't sound happy and I also enjoy the way the narrators can change their voice rather quickly, i especially like it when Cassandra Campbell does it.