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Publisher's Summary

Kids can say the creepiest things.
Twenty-seven New Zealand and American authors delve into the strange, the unexpected, and the downright terrifying things that kids say in this collection of all-new flash fiction. From the mouths of babes come 37 stories, from the haunting to the hilarious to the horrific.
Leave the lights on tonight. So you’ll see them coming.
All proceeds from this book will be paid to Duffy Books in Homes, a New Zealand based charity that promotes literacy by giving New Zealand kids free books!
©2013 Paper Road Press (P)2014 Paper Road Press
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3 out of 5 stars
By B-Dizzle-My-Schnizzle on 10-01-14

A Whole Slew of Quick, Decent Stories

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

The collection was pretty decent. Some stories are better than others and there weren't any stories I didn't like. I think in hindsight I wouldn't mind paying the cash price, just under $10, but I think I would save my credit for something a little more expensive, but it wasn't a waste of my credit either. I would actually like to rate the book 3.5 stars rather than 3, but I don't think it is a true 4 star book.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Some people might wonder about the gore level. This isn't wickedly violent or gorey. It's horror, so you have to figure on some oddness, some uncomfortableness in some of the stories, but there isn't any extreme violence or gore (or sex).

What aspect of the narrators’s performance would you have changed?

I am assuming the authors are reading their own works. Again, some of the narrators are better than others, but nobody's narration was bad. Considering how often an author reading his or her own work turns out for the worse, I think each author did a good job reading their works.

Was Baby Teeth worth the listening time?


Any additional comments?

The stories are quick, the originality of the ideas range from decent to quite clever. Nothing bad here, and there are a few shining stars. A decent collection if you would like some exposure to some lesser known horror writers. Give it a shot.

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5 out of 5 stars
By serisa on 08-28-14

Baby Teeth tales of terror

Where does Baby Teeth rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is my 1st audio of short stories and I realky enjoyed it xx

What was one of the most memorable moments of Baby Teeth?

The stories Caterpillar , Dads Wisdom, All the ghosts, The birthday present and Peter and the Wolf. Think I may have to start sleeping with one eye open.

Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Chris Barnes delivers great narration as always.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I liked to listern to this in chunks a few stories at a time.

Any additional comments?

A great mixture of stories authors and narrators a must listern.

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