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    Unhappy No AOTC audio tape/CD?

    Boooooo!!!!
    "I have all your albums." This used to be a standard line given when you met a famous singer/group. Now, it's replaced by "I have all your CDs, even the singles and compilation sets," or "I have downloaded all your MP3s."
    Anyway, I have just recently noticed that (unless I missed it) there was no book-on-tape of the movie. It's for kids, but there was one for TPM. Holes in my collection stink! Where's the not-in-the-film actors reading the lines? Where's the great R2-D2 bleeps to turn the page? Where's the editing out any violent or "unnecessary" parts?
    Boooooo!!!!
    Boooooooooooo!!!!!!
    BOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    What else should have been made, but didn't?
    "May the 4th be with you?" "Why yes, thank you for asking."

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    It looks like the closest thing is the Jane Mason storybook.

    I find it odd that they didn't do a kid's book-on-tape . . . they did the Unabridged audio of the AOTC novelization, which is for adults - but I'd think the market would be there for kids too.
    They did plenty of other children's titles, like the sticker book and a few "EU" style adventures . . . so I'm intrigued by the audiobook's absence.

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