Pluto! Audiobook by Stacy McAnulty, Stevie Lewis – illustrator

Children's AudiobooksPluto! Audiobook by Stacy McAnulty, Stevie Lewis - illustrator
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Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: Stacy McAnulty, Stevie Lewis - illustrator
Narrator: Fred Berman

Genre: Children's Audiobooks
Updated: 28/02/2024
Listening Time: 15 mins
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Pluto Audiobook: Navigating Friendship’s Galaxy Through Heartfelt Narration

In the quiet moments just before pressing play on Pluto Audiobook, I found myself poised on the brink of an emotional cosmos, eager yet unknowing of the worlds I was about to traverse. This brief but profound journey, masterfully penned by Stacy McAnulty and brought to life by Fred Berman’s heartfelt narration, promised a return to the universe of Auggie Pullman – a universe where differences are both celebrated and scrutinized.

Pluto transports us not only across the solar system but into the depths of childhood friendship, resilience, and the indomitable spirit of a boy who has faced more challenges than many could imagine. As a former book author turned audiobook aficionado, I’ve often sought stories that meld creative artistry with impactful narration. In this pursuit, Pluto stands out as a celestial gem.

Fred Berman’s performance as the narrator is nothing short of captivating. His ability to convey the innocence and steadfastness of Christopher, Auggie Pullman’s childhood friend, adds a layer of authenticity and emotion to the narrative that resonates deeply. The dynamic between Auggie and Christopher is explored through their imaginative adventures to Pluto, symbolizing the boundless nature of their friendship against the backdrop of real-world adversity.

The audiobook’s structure – fluctuating between past and present – serves as a narrative spacecraft, navigating through memories and dreams with ease. This storytelling choice enriches our understanding of Auggie’s journey before Beecher Prep, providing insights into his numerous surgeries and the unwavering support from Christopher. Such moments are rendered with sensitivity and depth in Berman’s narration, ensuring that listeners are not merely observers but companions on this poignant voyage.

What struck me most profoundly was how Pluto Audiobook delves into themes of acceptance, courage, and unconditional friendship without ever feeling didactic or overly sentimental. The nuanced portrayal of Christopher’s loyalty offers a powerful counter-narrative to societal rejection, highlighting the transformative power of understanding and companionship.

As my listening experience drew to a close, I found myself reflecting on the intricate tapestry of emotions Pluto Audiobook had woven. This auditory exploration transcends mere storytelling; it invites listeners to reconsider their perceptions of normalcy and beauty through the lens of those deemed different.

For those enchanted by Auggie’s world and seeking further adventures in empathy and wonder, Auggie & Me and We’re All Wonders await your eager ears. These continuations promise further immersion into narratives that champion diversity and kindness.

Available for free download at, Pluto Audiobook is an accessible treasure trove of insights and emotions – a testament to friendship’s ability to thrive amidst adversity.

As I bid you farewell until our next literary expedition, I encourage you to embark on this heartwarming journey through space and friendship. Happy listening!



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