Soupy Saturdays with the Pain and the Great One
Publication Date: August 28, 2007
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MEET THE PAIN
My sister's name is Abigail. I call her The Great One because she thinks she's so great. Who cares if she's in third grade and I'm just in first?
MEET THE GREAT ONE
My brother's name is Jacob Edward, but everyone calls him Jake. Everyone but me. I call him The Pain because that's what he is. He's a first-grade pain. I'll always know exactly what he's thinking. That's just the way it is. These seven warm-hearted stories will give young listeners a peek at how a brother and sister relate to each other.
Fred Berman is a five-time winner of the"AudioFile" Earphone Award for Audiobook Narration and the recipient of the 2013 Audie Award for narration in "Spy the Lie". He has read a number of audiobooks for young listeners, including Judy Blume's "Soupy Saturdays with The Pain & The Great One" and Andrew Clements's "The Last Holiday Concert". He has also narrated the audiobooks for Robert Kirkman's popular series, "The Walking Dead."
Berman is an accomplished actor of both the stage and screen as well, performing on Broadway as Timon in "The Lion King" and off-Broadway in "Hamlet", "Twelfth Night", and "King Lear". On television, Berman has had roles on NBC's hit series "Smash" as well as "All My Children "and "Law and Order". He lives in New York City.
Kathleen McInerney has narrated numerous audiobooks by bestselling authors such as Emily Giffin, Danielle Steel, Jeffrey Stepakoff, Mary Kay Andrews, and Linda Castillo. Her narration of "Just One Day" by Gayle Forman won an "AudioFile "Earphones Award. In reviewing Mary Kay Andrew's "Ladies' Night", "AudioFile" magazine said, "McInerney makes each of the characters distinct and recognizable and gives each the perfect voice, accent, and vocal mannerisms. Most enjoyable and well performed."
She has appeared onstage in New York and around the United States in both classical and contemporary theater. Her credits also include television commercials, daytime drama, radio plays, and animation voice-overs.