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The Girl Who Lost Her Voice

Susan G. Young (Illustrator), Adam T. Newman


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This wasn't asked, this wasn't her choice, but when Carlee woke up, she had lost her voice As much as her brother, Tyler, enjoyed NOT being called her "annoying little pet," it hurt him to see his sister so very sad and upset.While retracing their steps and looking for clues to locate her voice, their witty father explains that a pesky frog actually stole Carlee's voice.The siblings, with the help of a journal their grandma left behind, must use their imaginations to track down that frog and retrieve Carlee's lost voice. Any child who has ever built a couch fort to escape to a far-off world, will certainly relate to this silly and imaginative tale.

Milo Ink Books, 9780991090938, 46pp.

Publication Date: December 9, 2015

About the Author

When Author Adam T. Newman was young, he used to build forts out of blankets, pillows and bed sheets, allowing him to escape with his toys to the far off places within his imagination. When Adam is not writing, building forts, or performing at schools, he can be found laughing with children while teaching at a preschool in Los Angeles.