Favorite Jack tales, retold and narrated by storyteller Rand Whipple. This collection includes "Jack and the Beanstalk", "Seven At A Whack," and "Jack and the Varmints". Each story has a backwoods 'twang' and a sly sense of humor. Favorite tales told by a favorite storyteller.
©2013 Rand Whipple (P)2013 Rand Whipple
Yes, there's replay value in these stories. It's fun to revisit the characters over and over.
The wonder of it all. One of my favorite tales...
I have seen him perform live for kids, and this is a similar experience.
Yes, but it also works to listen in pieces.
These stories are a lot of fun. We listened to it as a family on a trip and it had a sense of humor that everyone enjoyed. The narrator has a good voice for this kind of story. I didn't read the print version but I think I would miss the narration in the printed book. The narrator has a good accent that fits the story really well.
The main character, Jack, of course. He is a little different in each story but he always succeeds.
We liked the story Jack and the Varmints, especially when the robbers return to the house.
Yes, we were traveling.
Just enjoyed it. I would recommend it as a book that has something for an adult sense of humor as well as a child's.
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