This second delightful collection of children's stories contains the following titles: "The Three Goblins", by Mabel G. Taggart; "Alladin and the Wonderful Lamp", edited by Andrew Lang; "Cinderella", by the Brothers Grimm; "The Griffon and Minor Canon", by Frank Stockton; "Beauty and the Beast", by Madame de Villeneuve; "The Frog Prince", by The Brothers Grimm; "Goody Two Shoes", a traditional tale; "How Fear Came", by Rudyard Kipling; "Jack and the Beanstalk", a traditional tale; "Spindle, Shuttle and Needle", by the Brothers Grimm; "The Minotaur", by Nathaniel Hawthorne; "Thumbelina", by Hans Christian Anderson; "Tiger, Tiger", by Rudyard Kipling; "The Velveteen Rabbit", by Margery Williams; "Lazy Jack", a traditional tale; "The Dragon of the North", edited by Andrew Lang; "King Grisley Beard", by the Brothers Grimm; "The Girl Who Owned a Bear", by Frank Stockton; "The Apple of Contentment", by Howard Pyle; and "Wondering Jack", by James Baldwin.
Public Domain (P)2012 Jimcin Recordings
Yes...and this includes my whole family.
Great selection of stories and lots of variety in narration. Different single voices and a few multiple voices. This really helped my kids stay interested..not an easy thing to do!
Too many to list.
No...used it on a long family vacation drive.
Hope more volumes coming. We are big fans of this series.
My daughter has trouble getting to sleep, so after we read or make up stories, we put on audiobook stories to occupy her mind while she drops off to sleep. She likes shorter stories so she doesn't miss much if she falls asleep during a story. This book has a delightful mix of well-known and lesser known stories to keep her interest, and having different voices narrating the stories makes it easy for her to find the story she was listening to when she fell asleep. The narrators all make the stories seem that much more charming.
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