It's a simple story that was easy to understand, yet provides a lot of thought provoking questions.
Gary Sinese did a wonderful job reading for George.
When Lennie breaks Curly's hand
I used this audiobook for my class with reluctant readers. Listening to it a chapter or two at a time always kept them wanting to come to class to hear more!
Great storyline especially if you are from New York City.
It gave a good view of what the characters were like and what the main character was going through without being too "over the top" with the graphics and language. There was just enough action to keep young people interested in the story.
The Narrator performed all of the characters well. I just wish he could have increased his pace when reading. It seemed very slow and dragged out.
Yes. I didn't expect anyone to actually die in the story!
Yes! The Narration is wonderful and I love the Jazz music that plays along in the background before and after the chapters.
The mood of the era is set well and the characters are well described. You could almost imagine what the scenes from each chapter would look like.
Bravo Mr. Avery!! He really gave a good sense of the characters of the story. This along with the music that played, really makes the reader feel as if they are watching a movie.
This made me laugh,made me a little sad, and made me happy!!
My son enjoyed this book tremendously!
It was very descriptive. You could visualize every scene!
How new things were introduced when you least expected it.
He made the book come alive!
I loved how smart and cunning the main character was
I loved his voice and inflection. I also loved the way his voice changed when reading for each character.
It did make me laugh at some of the characters in the story.
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