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jennifer elias One of my favorite authors. Scott writes books for young adults that everyone in the family wants to read. Try The Mystery of Rascal Pratt too
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w.robbie Without question, deserving its spot on the almost-top row of any collection. :)

– ahem, so yeah... this is the second book I've written. I think it's pretty good too. And I'm so stoked to have the audio version by David Marcus Gibson! Favorite track: Chapter 1.
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At nine years old, Joey is way too grown-up for make-believe. But when he agrees to participate one last time in a pretend adventure cooked up by his oddball dad, he stumbles across a mysterious artifact that pits him against an unscrupulous foe...

High adventure, epic quest, or love story, this is the tale of Joey (who's in the fourth grade after all and still struggles with reading), his father Ethan-il-Fabuloso (a practitioner of sleight-of-hand who can’t hold a steady job), and best friend Gloria (who's good at absolutely everything).

The nine-year-old point-of-view animates everyday life with the magic and wonder it always deserved in David Marcus Gibson's pitch-perfect narration of Robbie Scott's latest, "The Queen's Sceptre", as three friends take on the ambitious Professor in a lightning-fueled battle of wits for control of the mysterious "energy of the heavens" – and who knows, perhaps pick up a little wisdom along the way about life, loss, and what really matters.

ebook included, in case you want to read it too. Yay!

(Total audio time: 3h 31m)

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released August 1, 2015

David Marcus Gibson - narrator
Robbie Scott - author

Thanks to Leo Chelyapov for use of his excellent rendition of "Miserlou" - from his album "Leo Plays Klezmer"

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w.Robbie Scott San Francisco, California

I like stories you tell by the fire late into the night, the way people have been telling stories pretty much forever.

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