Friday, April 19, 2013

March of the Ants (Audiobook Review)

March of the Ants by Anna Christina and Adie Hardy
Busy Bees Publishing
Narrated by: full cast of Music Audio Stories
length: 3 min 58 sec

This short audiobook is perfect for toddlers since it mixes music, sound effects and a cast of narrators to tell the story of Sid, the smallest of ants who saves the day during one stormy day. It's a UK production so the narrators speak with a British accent.

The music has a catchy tune that will make toddlers want to move in a marching pace. I listened to this audiobook with both my children who thought the story was cute and liked the music that accompanied it. The only problem is that we felt the music overpowered the voices so that at times it was unclear what was being said. Sid's voice is very high pitched and we could not understand clearly what he was saying, having to play the audiobook over and over to decipher it.

Overall, this first story shows promise for fun audiobooks for young children who love to move and dance to stories. It is currently free to download at

Note: This book is rated C = clean read.
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Reviewed by Laura and Kids

Disclosure: Thanks to Anna-Christina from Busy Bees Publishing for sending us this audiobook for review. We were not compensated in any other way, nor told how to rate or review this product.

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