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The trio of brave friends who make up Sharks, Inc. - Luke, Maribel, and Sabina - dive into a crocodile-filled adventure in Crocs, the third audiobook in best-selling author Randy Wayne White’s Sharks Incorporated series.

Marine Biologist Doc Ford has a new mission for Sharks Inc.: visit Sanibel Island’s remote Bone Field to find a wild orange tree that's survived a disease destroying Florida’s citrus. There, the members of Sharks Incorporated find oranges unlike any they’ve ever seen but can’t find the tree Doc needs. Worse, the area is protected by a massive saltwater crocodile.

What the team doesn’t expect is to meet a reclusive woman who threatens to call the police if they trespass on her land again. Reluctant to give up, the trio learns she needs help. When she was young, the woman found King Calusa's grave. Now, she believes the ghost of the dead king, who was beheaded by Spanish explorers 500 years ago, is haunting her.

To uncover the truth, the kids return to the Bone Field. The thousand-pound crocodile is determined to protect its hatchlings, but crocs turn out to be the least of their worries. The intrepid trio discovers the woman’s wealthy neighbor is selling illegal reptiles - and he knows the secret of the dead king’s missing gold medallion.  

A Macmillan Audio production from Roaring Brook Press

©2022 Randy Wayne White (P)2022 Macmillan Audio

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Perhaps it would appeal to young children

RWW has ventured into a new genre. Perhaps it would appeal to young children, but it is too contrived for his long time readers, like me, we have read virtually everything he has written. The narrator reads the material as if he is reading to children. Again, though I have read everything he has written, I will take care before ordering anything new. Note that the children are more talented and resourceful than is believable for children that age. And I cannot believe that Responsible adults would let them repeatedly venture into such potentially dangerous territory. I also object to the use of the supernatural, even if it is only implied and not really asserted. Beware of his experimentation with his material.

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Nope

Not even close to the level of otherRandy Wayne Wright book. This one was obviously written for kids and a waste of my time.