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Author: Mary Sheldon Narrator: Betty White Publisher: Raffin Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Classics Read by Celebrities Series Release Date: October 2010 ISBN: 9781455199556
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Children will enjoy hearing Betty White, the popular television personality, narrate these seven stories for a whole week of adventures. The stories in this collection will take children on seven enjoyably entertaining outings with the delightful Betty White as their companion. Included here are: “Day at the Aquarium,” “Day at the Farm,” “Day at the Library,” “Day at the Zoo,” “Day at Santa’s Workshop,” “Day at the City,” and “Day with Dad at the County Fair.”

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  • “Betty White narrates A Child’s Day Out as a grandmother would read to her grandchildren. Young listeners’ imaginations will soar as they join Lizzie and her best friend, Eric, and her little Yorkshire terrier, Petunia, on seven field trips to various places. Each story begins with the blast of a trumpet and ends with tips from Lizzie. Children will have as much fun listening to each story as Betty White did reading them. Sound effects aid the listener as Lizzie travels to the farm, the aquarium, the carnival, and more. These stories are excellent for short car trips or rainy days in the house.”

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About the Narrator

Betty White is an American actress, comedian, television host, and TV legend whose career has spanned over seventy years. Her television roles include Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. In January 2010, she appeared in an advertisement during the 2010 Super Bowl that won the top spot on the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter. Due to a grassroots campaign on Facebook, she hosted Saturday Night Live in May 2010, making her at age eighty-eight the oldest person to host the show. She has won six Emmy Awards and received eighteen Emmy nominations during her career. She is also recognized for her affiliation with animal charities such as “Actors and Others for Animals” and the Morris Animal Foundation.