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Tabitha Sparks and the Door to Everywhere (Tabitha Sparks Trilogy Book 1)

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Young Tabitha Sparks has the most wonderful life that any little girl could ask for. She has loving parents, a kind tutor, and a comfortable home. But, as Tabitha ventures into the woods to play with her animal friends, her life takes a sudden, mysterious turn. You see, when Tabitha returns home - well - there simply is no home.

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Kindle Edition, 155 pages
Published February 19th 2019
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Leelynn (Sometimes Leelynn Reads) ❤
Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you to Kathleen Powell and Jae El Foster for this free copy. All quotes in this review are taken from the Advanced Reader Copy and may change in final publication.

I just have to say I really appreciate Powell reaching out to me directly to review this audiobook, and I have to say that she did such an amazing job with this narration! I think she really captured the voice of Tabit
Nargis  Kalani
Reading children's fiction is such a delight. Atleast to me. I know other people who enjoy it too. Even though I am almost 25, I love reading the book's in this genre.

When I got an email to review this Book, I got excited but then I read that I will be getting an audiobook. I am really not a fan of audio book but I do like to challenge my self so I said yes. The story was really intriguining and that's another reason I decided to try the audio book.

The book was very well narrated I must say. K
Dec 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
Tabitha Sparks and the Door to Everywhere is a delightful children's book, with plenty of creepy characters, mysterious happenings, and adventure to keep children and adults entertained. Tabitha is an endearing child, one it's hard not to like almost instantly, curious and intelligent and keen to explore the immediate world around her home. She looks to adults for guidance and help, but often comes up against brick walls, with those who are supposed to help her turning out to be either useless o ...more
It's a sweet children's story. A bit like if Roald Dahl had decided to write something for Halloween.
And it was awfully fun to narrate!
A few details about voicing the audiobook and my personal review here:
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