Probably, but I'd need to have quiet weekends again
Catherine, without a doubt. Even when I wanted to laugh at her or smack her for wearing her naïveté like armor, she carried the book. And her enjoyment of everything she saw and felt wasn't just part of the description of the scenes, it was her.
The Black Rose.
I don't know, but the sets and costumes would have to be very good indeed in order to live up to their descriptions in the book.
Barbara Rosenblat deserves the introduction that Neil gives her here.
Actually, yes. As an American, I can't imagine the Yorkshire accents just from the printed word. Jim Dale's reading is quite excellent, though his James Herriot doesn't sound as Scottish as often described in the books.
That would be a spoiler.
Timing, accent, voices.
Stephen Fry's variety of voices and accents very much enrich the adventures of Paddington in the odd new world of London. I love that I'm able to introduce this classic to the kids with his voice.
Stephen Fry's variety of voices and accents very much enrich the adventures of Paddington in the odd new world of London.
Yes, but we've been saving it for car rides with the kids.
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