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  • Kolo and the Mighty Mangoes

  • A Story About Football, Friendship, and Valuable Life Lessons
  • By: Dave Caswell
  • Narrated by: Harry Dyer
  • Length: 2 hrs and 45 mins

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Kolo and the Mighty Mangoes

By: Dave Caswell
Narrated by: Harry Dyer
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On moving to a new village, football-mad Kolo joins the Mighty Mangoes football team, a group of very different boys, but all united by their love of football. With the cup tournament all to play for, Kolo must navigate through many highs and lows as the Mighty Mangoes seek to lift the trophy for the first time. Friendships are tested, behaviour is challenged, and lessons are learnt, as Kolo and the Mighty Mangoes face challenges both on and off the pitch.

Filled with engaging and hilarious characters and situations, Kolo and the Mighty Mangoes encourages the listener to imagine their responses and decision making, with questions at the end of each chapter to stimulate thought and discussion.

©2021 Dave Caswell (P)2023 Dave Caswell

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