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What We're Listening to, 6.15.10

What is is about the last month of school and driving around? Rehearsal here, gift pickups there, and a detour for returning the rented clarinet. It all adds up to a lot of car time.

Thank goodness for the audio version of Flush, a book for kids (10 and older) by Carl Hiaasen. We're onto disc 2 of 5, which ought to last until the last day of classes, at least.

Publishers Weekly described the novel this way,  "Hiaasen's [...] action-packed mystery set in the Florida Keys offers a colorful cast of dastardly villains and eccentric heroes, along with his signature environmental themes."

If you spot us driving by and we don't see you, we're listening to the latest chapter of Flush. Just honk and we'll wave!


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