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Avi Roque is the narrator of Café Con Lychee audiobook that was written by Emery Lee

About the Author(s) of Café Con Lychee

Emery Lee is the author of Café Con Lychee

Emery Lee is a kidlit author, artist, and You-Tuber hailing from a mixed-racial background. After graduating with a degree in creative writing, e’s gone on to author novels, short stories, and web comics. When away from reading and writing, you’ll most likely find em engaged in art or snuggling cute dogs. Find em online at

Café Con Lychee Full Details

NarratorAvi Roque
Length8 hours and 48 minutes
AuthorEmery Lee
PublisherHarperCollins Publishers
Release dateMay 10, 2022


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Additional info

The imprint is Quill Tree Books. It is supplied by HarperCollins Publishers. The ISBN-10 is 63210304. The ISBN-13 is 9780063210301.

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This book is only available in the United States.

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