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Capri

Narrated by: Chase A. Landkamer
Length: 24 mins
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Summary

The bottoms of her eyes drifted to the left, as did her hair. This effect made her look sly. It was not a look she had coifed or sought out. It was the look she was born with. True, she could have combed her hair differently to lessen the effect. If she had combed her hair at all, it would have lessened the effect. 

Because she looked sly, people thought Capri knew things, even when she did not. Most people thought she was called Capri as short for Capricious. Actually, it was because her mother was color-blind and thought her red hair was capri, or deep sky blue. Actually, her hair was scarlet with touches of vermilion. 

However, people thinking that Capri knew much more than she actually did eventually got her into trouble... the day a Dinosaur lumbered into their town.  

©2014 Dale Stubbart (P)2018 Dale Stubbart

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Pleasant children's story

Light and enjoyable story for younger children. Capri knows everything and saves the town from a dragon - or is it all a dream! Great narration.


I received a review copy of this story from the narrator via audiobook.boom and have provided an honest review.

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  • DebLynn
  • 10-06-18

Whimsical impossibilities a child will love

A whimsical story of impossible whimsy that children will love – kindergartners through first or second graders. Dinosaurs, misrepresentations of how smart one is and isn't, and how well children can solve problems, collide to create this narrative. Chase A. Landkamer clearly distinguishes voices, though the narration, at times, seems too stilted.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-10-18

This was actually a lot of fun.

Story of a girl named Capri who was considered to know a lot of things even if in reality she did not. Beautifully written, enjoyable read.

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  • Camri Michele
  • 07-06-18

A great book!

The voice reading is wonderful, very clear and enjoyable. this is a very imaginable book.