Good Things Come

Blackstone Audio Inc.

Narrated by a full cast

36 min

Some say having an open window while you sleep at night is a guarantee of good health. For young Ellen, it was an open invitation to allow all manner of scary things to enter her cozy little bedroom. As she grew older, Ellen discovered an open window wasn't so scary after all. As a child she shivered from fear. But now she shivers with anticipation...
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Publisher
Blackstone Audio Inc.
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Published on
Mar 17, 2015
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Duration
36m 51s
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ISBN
9781483098562
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Language
English
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Genres
Drama / Canadian
Drama / General
Fiction / Humorous / General
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Eligible for Family Library

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