If the labels were labeled correctly and the words were pronounced correctly.My kids cannot follow along in book and find the correct spot on the audible file because the chapters in the file do not match those in the book. Very irritating. I would not have purchased.
emphasis on wrong syllables in many words
Awesome book. Recording not well done at all
BUY THE BOOK _ NOT THE AUDIO FILE
This has been a favorite in my house. My kids have listened to the whole thing twice over the summer. I enjoyed it myself as much as I did when I was a kid and my mother read it to me. The narrator of this audiobook is very very good. The recording quality is also good.
I love the authenticity of the Little Britches series. I also love to see how easily my kids relate to the children in the book.
No, but I would love to listen to his other work.
Yes, it was very hard to stop.
Well narrated. Good material because it created a role model for parents and children. Good descriptions of family life during the homesteading era.
I purchased the first two books of this series for my 10yr old son. At first we were very pleased. Even his sisters enjoyed them. But as the story progresses some of the male characters begin to cuss. Not just once or twice, but enough that my son, who really enjoyed the story itself, said he didn't want to listen to it anymore. From the many reviews I read, I believed this series to be full of high moral teaching and character building. And it is, except of the apparant belief that it is manly to curse. If you are desperate for good literature for boys, I would suggest buying the books and reading them to your sons so you can skip the language. I learned this lesson the hard way after forking out $30 for the first two audiobooks. For me, I think I'll just keep looking.
Love the story but did not love the reader. As one reviewer said, it was very distracting for the reader to accent incorrect syllables in words. He also often placed emphasis on unimportant words like "not" and "and" and "or".