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So Good to Be Bad Audiobook Summary

Harkening back to nostalgic nuggets such as Matilda and The Goonies, but with a twist of modern storytelling a la Captain Underpants, So Good to Be Bad presents a very unique audio story for young listeners.

Moishe “Mushy” Luftmensch, age ten and a half, has a big problem: he’s a very good kid … in a very bad world (and we mean very, very bad! We’re talking “tangerine peanut butter and garlic milkshakes” bad!). When Mushy proves to be too good for his, well … own good … he’s summarily shipped off to a special camp for “good eggs” like him. It’s no surprise we end up at a particularly unique camp where kids like Mushy are turned from really good to really bad … just like they’re supposed to be.

But while at reformatory camp, Mushy befriends some of the other “good egg” campers, and they decide that maybe now and maybe together they can make their move, escape, and work to change the world—quite literally—for the better. All before it’s too late!

So Good to Be Bad Audiobook Narrator

Cary Hite is the narrator of So Good to Be Bad audiobook that was written by Mathew Klickstein

About the Author(s) of So Good to Be Bad

Mathew Klickstein is the author of So Good to Be Bad

Mathew Klickstein has worked closely with the Kids of Widney High for more than two decades, including as manager of the Kids’ West Coast tour and director of their rockumentary Act Your Age: The Kids of Widney High Story. Mathew has also worked and volunteered for specialty educational and arts programs, including Phamaly Theatre Company and Sprout Film Festival.

So Good to Be Bad Full Details

NarratorCary Hite
Length3 hours 45 minutes
AuthorMathew Klickstein
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateJanuary 29, 2023
ISBN9798200748662

Subjects

According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of So Good to Be Bad Audiobook, So Good to Be Bad includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Juvenile Fiction, Humorous Stories

Additional info

The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9798200748662.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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