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Tickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree by George Robert Minkoff Dedicated Review

Tickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree, by George Robert Minkoff | Dedicated Review

Review sponsored by George Robert Minkoff
The Children’s Book Review | February 1, 2018

tickleplentyTickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree

Written by George Robert Minkoff

Narrated by Alison Larkin

Cover Art by Laurie Levine

Age Range: 5 and up

Audiobook: 1hr 40 mins

Publisher: Alison Larkin Presents

What to expect: Fantasy, Magical Powers, Mystery

George Robert Minkoff’s charming and imaginative story, Tickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree, follows the adventures of a bubbly young girl named Tickle, and her many companions. The story follows the characters through the Rainbow Forest to the Ice Cream Volcano, in pursuit of a magical decree. Tickle meets and encounters plenty of characters with eccentric personalities, reminiscent of events that take place in the classic Alice in Wonderlandin which the characters have plenty of random and woolly conversations that intrigue young readers—scrumptious food and enchanting scenery play a large part.

While familiar, Minkoff has created a unique world that kids will surely appreciate. The whimsical fantasy realm he has created, combined with its superb narration by AudioFile Earphones Award-winner Alison Larkin, gives off a nostalgic feeling—making it enjoyable for adults, too. The pacing, individual accents for each character, and Larkin’s intonation are absolutely marvelous!

Original, poetic, and creative—a talking swing hangs from a chocolate chip celling, bubblegum can be picked from a tree, a lemonade river flows through the Rainbow Forest—Tickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree makes for a wonderful audio experience that will readily fill up the time on a road trip or provide companionship during some quiet time. Minkoff’s ending will leave listeners ready to jump into Tickle Plenty and the Lollipop Garden and Tickle Plenty and the Kingdom of the Clouds, also read by Alison Larkin.

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Tickle Plenty Series

About the Author

George Robert Minkoff

George Robert Minkoff

A rare book dealer for fifty-two years, George Robert Minkoff is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America, and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. Minkoff serves on the Board of Directors of the Poetry Society of America, currently serving as Secretary. George Robert Minkoff Inc. Rare Books is known internationally for the selling of manuscripts and letters of major American and English writers. Minkoff has written the “Bibliography of the Black Sun Press” and the “Bibliography of the Black Manikin Press,” both standard references in the field. Additionally, George Robert Minkoff has authored the trilogy “In the Land of Whispers”, a historical novel concerning the English in the New World. The three volumes are: “The Weight of Smoke,” “The Dragons of the Storm,” and “The Leaves of Fate.”

Read our exclusive interview here: George Robert Minkoff Discusses Tickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree

About the Narrator

Alison Larkin

Alison Larkin

Alison Larkin – award-winning audiobook narrator and bestselling author of The English American is now producing top quality audiobooks under her imprint Alison Larkin Presents.

Following the runaway success of recent releases Pride and Prejudice with Songs from Regency England and Persuasion and Poems by Jane Austen, and the AudioFile Magazine Earphones Award-winning recording of Peter Pan and The Inconsiderate Waiter by J.M. Barrie, Alison Larkin Presents adds a mystery with a unique twist, incorporating musical clues in the plot of Devil’s Trill.  Several additional titles are soon to be released!

Dedicated Reviews allow authors and illustrators to gain prompt visibility for their work. George Robert Minkoff sponsored this non-biased review of “Tickle Plenty and the Bubblegum Tree.” Learn more about getting a book review …

Bianca Schulze is the founder of The Children’s Book Review. She is a reader, reviewer, mother and children’s book lover. She also has a decade’s worth of experience working with children in the great outdoors. Combined with her love of books and experience as a children’s specialist bookseller, the goal is to share her passion for children’s literature to grow readers. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, she now lives with her husband and three children near Boulder, Colorado.

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