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Summary

The New York Times bestselling cartoonist behind the nationally acclaimed comic strip Pearls Before Swine, Stephan Pastis has won raves for Timmy Failure, the hilarious first book in a new series for young readers. With the help of a polar bear named Total, Timmy Failure hopes to strike it rich by running the best detective agency around. The only problem is that our supremely confident hero is often more bumbling than brainy.

©2013 Stephan Pastis (P)2013 Recorded Books

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My review by Heather

Best book I have ever listened to in a long time so horay for that😀😀😀😀😀😀

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  • Linton A Harrington
  • 14-05-16

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  • HappyReader
  • 02-06-14

Need the illustrations

This was a cute, funny story. We were unfamiliar with the series when I bought. Both my son and I love audiobooks, and this one is truly well-read. The only problem is that you miss the cute illustrations. We read the 2nd in the series aloud ourselves, and access to the illustrations made a difference.