I am a senior citizen who loves a good mystery, but I object to books with profanity and explicit sexual situations.
This series is an adaptation of the book, "Christy". It is a nice, pleasant story, which, I believe would be a YA book. However, it is only 2 hours in length - just telling the beginning of Christy's journey to Cutter Gap. Just to whet your appetite to read more of the series. Therefore, my question is, "why not just purchase the book 'Christy' and be done with it??"
Be advised that Catherine Marshall was a Christian. All of her writings have a Christian theme with references to God and faith.
We are doing "Ambleside Online" for our curriculum this year and we love audio books to do this because my daughters reading isn't the best. BUT - we downloaded this after strugglng with the actual book and my daughter is in heaven. It's divided into chapters making it really easy for me to assign a chapter for her to listen to. She understands and enjoys listening to it.