Curse of the Double Digits

  • by Lynn Kelley
  • Narrated by Amanda Terman
  • 1 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Becky is sure that turning ten on the tenth day of the tenth month will be magical. The whole class is invited to her party, including Chad, the cutest boy in the fifth grade. So is Darlenie-the-Meanie. Becky wants to look cute for her party, but all her plans soon go wrong. Really wrong. The magic of turning ten disappears before she even has a chance to blow out her birthday candles. Things get so bad, she refuses to go to her own party. Becky wonders if the Curse of the Double Digits will jinx her forever.


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Curse of the Double Digits will make you laugh!

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What other book might you compare Curse of the Double Digits to and why?

This book really reminds me of the 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day'.

Have you listened to any of Amanda Terman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Amanda Terman's voice is engaging and clear. I can't wait to listen to other performances by her.

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This book captures what it feels like to be ten and how ten year olds think. Kids can really relate to it and the narrator brought the characters to life.

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- Tova Berg

A fun story that is great for kids!

Would you listen to Curse of the Double Digits again? Why?

It was a fun, goofy and engaging story to listen to--it turned out to be absolutely perfect for a road trip! A good length, and fun enough to keep everyone alert! Definitely would listen again! The narrator did a superb job balancing lightheartedness necessary for a children's story, dynamic range and emotion suited to the plot, and a well articulated, upbeat tempo.

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- E. J. Paul

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-11-2013
  • Publisher: Lynn A. Kelley