Nov 4, 2020

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COMING IN DECEMBER, CCRMT Audio Advent Calendar for Christmas

The Mystery of the Mouse Made of Dough  (Full cast recordings with sound effects and music)

Program’s premise:  BOOTLEGGED RECORDINGS of a grandfather who meets with his young grandson once a week and each time over lunch reads him a new episode from a serialized, children’s Christmas story, titled: The Mystery of the Mouse Made of Dough.  

Move over Winnie the Pooh . . . Make way The Wind in the Willows . . . Dough Mouse is here!

Preview:   DOUGH MOUSE  Episode One  

 

Release Dates for Listening

(ON THE DAY OF POSTING: Episodes will go up at 11 am Eastern Time,

in time for lunchtime listening)

 

December 4th Friday: Episode One 

December 5th Saturday:   Episode Two

December 6th Sunday:     Episode Three

December 7th Monday: Episode Four

December 8th Tuesday:  Episode Five

December 9th Wednesday: Episode Six

December 10th Thursday:  Episode Seven

December 11th Friday: Episode Eight

December 12th Saturday:    Episode Nine

December 13th Sunday:    Episode Ten

December 14th Monday: Episode Eleven

December 15th Tuesday: Episode Twelve

December 16th Wednesday: Episode Thirteen 

December 17th Thursday: Episode Fourteen

December 18th Friday: Episode Fifteen

December 19th Saturday:    Episode Sixteen

December 20th Sunday:    Episode Seventeen

December 21st Monday:  Episode Eighteen

December 22nd Tuesday:  Episode Nineteen

December 23rd Wednesday:  Episode Twenty

December 24th Thursday: Episode Twenty-one

December 25th Friday   (Christmas)   Episode Twenty-two  (Final)

 

MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW:   The Audiobook Shelf

     A child’s first mystery thriller by Steven Thomas Oney (who is the author of the award-winning Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater audio series), “Dough Mouse” is the story of an albino church mouse, who is living with his grandfather while awaiting his parents return. The mouse must confront a marauding pirate cat, a stealthy and hungry black snake, three obnoxious cousins, and a greedy and haughty uncle who may in fact be a rat. A great cathedral bell, salvaged by Woods Hole scientists from the bottom of the Atlantic, comes to his rescue. This superbly narrated audio book story is sophisticated enough to be entertaining for adults and yet simple enough to rivet a young listener’s attention. Highly recommended for listeners ages 12 and up, “Dough Mouse” will prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to family and community library audio book collections for young listeners.


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