This delightfully imaginative tale is always a popular favorite among children. Mrs. Frisby, a field mouse who lives in a garden, must move her family before the farmer begins plowing. Will the rats of NIMH - a group of highly intelligent laboratory rats - help her find a solution to her dilemma?
©1971 Robert C. O’Brien (P)1993 Recorded Books, LLC
I loved this book almost as much as Watership Down. Well written and excellent performance.
Keep Austin Reading!!!
I spend a lot of time with my daughter listening to audio books. This is one of our favorites. The narrator reads well with no strange pronunciations or annoying inflections. I love it when the narrator is so good that the listening experience flows without any glitches from something annoying that the listener has to consciously ignore.
The story is a classic from my childhood and it still grasps interest of young readers today.
If you're tempted at all you should get it. In my opinion you won't be sorry.
We would most certainly try another book, but only if the audio was sorted. Ms. Caruso raises and drops her voice which makes listening to it frustrating. Lots of up/down of the volume.
My children, especially the 5-year-old, loved it.
Well as a fan of The Secret of NIMH growing up, my favorite part of actually listening to the book was all the extra details I never knew of that they didn't put in the movie.
The story of NIMH was the most memorable moment for me. Very interesting and entertaining.
I wasn't able to listen to this all in one sitting. I don't think I could have sat still this long.
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