This hilarious classic by America's favorite author, Mark Twain tells the wry tale of a big frog jumping contest and the controversial outcome that results.
"Hearing it helps you get it"
A comical collection of four classic tales written by America's favorite author. Read with rakish mastery by Carol Eason, the stories include "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County", which concerns the controversial outcome of a frog jumping contest; "What Stumped the Blue Jay", regarding the plight of a particularly determined jay bird; "The Story of the Old Ram", where a group of miners gather to listen to a legendary tale; and "The Joke that Made Ed's Fortune", which concerns a devilish prank and its wry backfiring.
This cheerful classic by America's favorite writer, Mark Twain, tells the tale of a very determined blue jay and the lengths to which he'll go to achieve his rather humble goal.
A classic tale written by America's foremost storytellers and humorists Mark Twain, "The Joke that Made Ed's Fortune" is a wry tale about a mischievous prank that backfires in a most surprising way.
This amusing tale from America's foremost storyteller Mark Twain recounts the events when a group of gold miners gather around the stove to hear the very drunk Jim Blaine tell the famous story of his old ram.