“Life in the Seven Kingdoms is never dull . . .” 

–Jen McConnel, School Library Journal


The magic of auto-narration . . .

Audiobooks are coming to the Seven Kingdoms! Artificial intelligence plus some buffing and polishing make it possible to make all Bumpity Boulevard books more accessible.

These aren’t audio performances, but they are practical when your young readers need a story.

The technology is from Google and from Apple. 

Scroll down for more info about the robot readers.

Test the quality yourself with this sample:

robot from Canva

More audiobooks are on the way!

As each book becomes available, you’ll see it here. More stores and, hopefully, libraries are coming too.

Subscribe to the Readers List and you won’t have to check back.

Looking for the illustration downloads? Scroll down.

catalog shot of upcoming audiobooks

Would you like to listen to Trouble at the Christmas Fair?

Crown Prince Nero has his hands full when his royal mother decides to solve all their problems with her Quality Blackfly Gingerbread. The problem is. . .not everyone agrees what “Quality” means.

This short story is a quick taste (37 minutes audio, 22 pages print) of the magical world of the Seven Kingdoms for your favorite readers. For a full-length book, try any  Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale.

book cover for Christmas short story

Get the ebook free for a limited time when you sign up for the Readers List. Not available elsewhere. For a full-length book, try any Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale.

audiobook cover 560

(more stores in 2024!)

(more stores in 2024!)

Who ARE these friendly robots?

Fans of the Seven Kingdoms have choices for their voices. 🙂 Listen below by clicking on the orange Preview buttons.

Which narrator do you prefer? Madison or Baritone?

Madison (female voice--Google)

You can listen to Trouble With Parsnips, Trouble at the Valentine Factory, and Trouble at the Christmas Fair read by a female narrator. These audiobooks were created with Google technology and edited by the author. Note: these audiobooks are also available for you on Apple Books.

Baritone Voice (male voice--Apple)

You can listen to Lost With Leeks and Under Pressure With a Squash: The Multiplication Problem read by a male narrator. These audiobooks were created by Apple Books based on the ebook titles. These audiobook editions aren’t available on kobo or Google Play Books. 

That’s why these titles will be available in “more stores in 2024”. 

Does it make sense now?

Available wherever good audiobooks are sold.


On the way!