Audiobooks Read By Rosie Akerman

Edith Nesbit (1858–1924) lived in England and had dreamed of becoming a poet since she was fifteen years old. After her husband fell ill, it was up to her to support her small family. For the next nineteen years, she wrote novels, essays, articles, poems, and short stories; but it was not until 1899, when The Story of the Treasure Seekers was published, that she achieved great success. Her groundbreaking style of depicting realistic, believable children quickly gained a popularity that has lasted for more than a century.

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Extended Sample A Particular Man by Lesley Glaister
Extended Sample No Safe Haven by L.K. Chapman
Extended Sample The New Wife by A J Brittany
Extended Sample The Intruder by Daniel Hurst
Extended Sample The Psammead Trilogy by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample Kissing Under the Mistletoe by Suzanne Enoch
Extended Sample The Story of the Amulet by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample The Story of the Amulet by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample The Phoenix and the Carpet by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample The Phoenix and the Carpet by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample Five Children and It by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample Making the Marquess by Nichole Van
Extended Sample Five Children and It by Edith Nesbit
Extended Sample The Wake by Vikki Patis
Extended Sample Loving a Lady by Nichole Van
Extended Sample Romancing the Rake by Nichole Van
Extended Sample Suffering the Scot by Nichole Van
Extended Sample Found Her by NJ Mackay
Extended Sample A Long Night in Paris by Dov Alfon
Extended Sample Unfollow Me by Charlotte Duckworth
Extended Sample A Study in Murder by Callie Hutton
Extended Sample A Million Dreams by Dani Atkins
Extended Sample Psychedelic Mysteries of the Feminine by Maria Papaspyrou
Extended Sample The Forever Angels by P. M. H. Atwater
Extended Sample Feminists Don't Wear Pink and Other Lies by Scarlett Curtis
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