In this classic storybook about lifelong learning, Reynolds inspires learners of all ages to navigate their full potential and follow their dreams.
©2009 Peter H. Reynolds (P)2010 Weston Woods
Beautifully read, no complaints there. But I do wish that it was easier to tell whether an audio version of an illustrated book would actually include those illustrations BEFORE purchasing it. This one seems not to include them.
The Little Prince is a decent comparison in terms of its message and its fairy tale-inspired style. Unlike TLP, however, this story is both intended for and better suited to an audience of small kids. Mood-wise, I would compare this audio book to Rosemary Wells' A Voyage to the Bunny Planet. Very gentle, calming, dreamy.
Curry's approach to the story is warm and gentle. There's great kindness in his narratorial delivery, which will carry most kids through the difficulties encountered by the boy in the story.
Questions like this one are very silly. I don't see why we can't just appreciate a story as a story. This one works perfectly well as a tale told simply in a human being's voice.
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