• Nate the Great Collected Stories: Volume 3

  • Lost List; Sticky Case; Fishy Prize; Boring Beach Bag; Stolen Base; Mushy Valentine; Talks Turkey; Hungry Book Club
  • By: Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
  • Narrated by: John Lavelle
  • Length: 3 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (61 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Join Nate the Great and his trusty companion, Sludge, in solving the greatest mysteries a boy could search for.

In this collection, Nate hunts down a lost grocery list, a favorite stamp, a genius pet, a beach bag, a yucky valentine, second base, and an evil, book-destroying monster.

©2003 Marjorie Weinman Sharmat (P)2011 Listening Library

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Good stories, but a lot of filler as well

This third collection of Nate the Great books is a little too faithful to the original volumes. The stories themselves are fine (although I think that they are losing steam at this point in the series my daughter still loves them). However, the original books came with extended add ons at the end of the stories to pad out the books such as recipes and craft ideas related to the stories. While these are OK in published format, listening to someone read out a list of true and false questions or a list of facts about stamps isn't very compelling. You'll need to keep yourself in distance of the controls to skip through all the filler on this title.

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Weird pronunciation!

My six year old is very distracted by the incorrect pronunciation of Rosamond, which changed from the pronunciation used in Volumes I and II.

Additionally, some stories end with a recitation of craft instructions or recipes. This interrupts the flow for my kids who like to listen to story after story. Overall, other Nate the Great compilations outperform this one.

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the werst store ever since I was born in London .

I can't stand the way of your story 😡I hate it so much. Don't buy it.