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Ready or Not by Kate & Jol Temple

Thu 15 November 2018

Get ready for an extra special Story of the Week where you'll hear seven stories about seven special families.

Ready or Not, written by award-winning children’s authors Kate and Jol Temple, is a personalised book where your child is the star!

Listen out as Shayla, Hope, Ben, Laddu, Ethan, Genevieve, Joshua and their families feature in Ready or Not every evening this week.

Your family can be the stars of the story too! Its easy, just head to www.mememe.press where you can order your very own book, illustrated by Christopher Cooper, published by MeMeMe Press.

Read by Kate Temple. Sound design by Max Gosford.

Tune in at 5pm daily to hear our Story Of The Week, or download it and many more in our free app.

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