Mudlarks Audiobook, by Benita Cullingford Play Audiobook Sample

Mudlarks Audiobook

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Read By: Sharon Hoyland Publisher: Spoken Realms Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 0.17 hours at 1.5x Speed 0.13 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: June 2019 Format: Unabridged Audiobook ISBN: 9781094032924

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Longest Chapter Length:

09:36 minutes

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09:36 minutes

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09:36 minutes

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Publisher Description

“Mudlarks” offers an intriguing and accurate insight into how the Mudlark people lived in eighteenth-century London.

Scavenging along the muddy banks of the River Thames, our young hero, Edwin, learns about their lives and discovers an important link to Bad Bess. Could this strange woman lead him to Smudge—his new chimney sweep friend—or will Edwin’s perils continue?

“Mudlarks” is an excerpt from chapter seven of the children’s historical adventure story Edwin and the Climbing Boys by Benita Cullingford, which is available in paperback, E-book, and audiobook.

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“Those whose children have reached their limit with talking animals and kid wizards might like to try something different—how about [Edwin and the Climbing Boys].”

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About Benita Cullingford

Benita Cullingford is a teacher of speech and drama and a former teacher and festival adjudicator for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She is also a leading authority on eighteenth-century chimney sweeps and the author of the children’s book Edwin and the Climbing Boys and British Chimney Sweeps: Five Centuries of Chimney Sweeping. Cullingford has written for stage, screen, and radio as well: Smile, Baby, Smile, a short film, was produced in 2013, and Pick Up, a radio play, was recently broadcast in New York. She and her husband, Pip, live in Hertfordshire, England, and have two married daughters and four grandchildren.