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44 Tiny Chefs
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
44 Tiny Chefs
Series:
44 Tiny Secrets #3
Written by:
Sylvia Bishop 
Read by:
Imogen Sage 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
2 hours 42 minutes 
Published:
August 05 2021 
Available Date:
August 05 2021 
Age Category:
Children (6+) 
ISBN:
9781867550785 
Genres:
Fiction; Adventure; Animals; Children's Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Join brave and spirited heroine Betsy and her 44 tiny mice in a charming new adventure.

Betsy is delighted that her father is opening a bakery. And when the Taster of Fine Foods for the Queen asks him to cater for a Royal Gala, it seems like the icing on the cake – until they discover just how many cakes are needed. The whole family pitches in to help but as the day of the gala dawns Betsy knows the only way they’ll get the job done is with a little help from her 44 mice. Just as long as she can keep them away from prying eyes ...

'Narrator Imogen Sage sweetly introduces Betsy and her 44 mice, who make the best treats in all of London. Listeners will enthusiastically accompany the group as they help Bertram, Betsy's dad, bake treats to compensate for their favorite bakery closing. After Buckingham Palace samples the baked goods, the Royals place a huge order for a garden party. Sage deftly describes tempting recipes and mouthwatering concoctions, along with adorable mice who also play the piano. When the family can't keep up with the Palace's order, the mice are needed to frost the goodies. However, they must escape the notice of the well-rendered mean and fussy food inspector after one of the critters goes missing. Listeners of all ages will relish this tasty listen, which includes a cameo appearance by none other than Queen Elizabeth herself.'
AudioFile Magazine