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Why did the Three Little-Pigs call 911? Will the Three Bears sue Goldilocks for trespassing? Who cracked the Humpty Dumpty case? Find out the answers to these fascinating legal inquiries and many others in these hilarious reenactments of bedtime classics transferred into the courtroom and translated into legalese. Eleven different voices, including the author's, bring life to such characters as Little-Pigg, Diana Freewoman, the Jolly Green Giant, and of course various attorneys. The perfect tales for our litigious age.
©1996 David Fisher, All Rights Reserved, Adaptation Approved by the Author; (P)1996 Time Warner AudioBooks, ©1996 Time Warner AudioBooks (Packaging Rights Only), A Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing

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It's a funny, funny old world.

This is a collection of favourite and well known fairy stories, with a bit of a twist. Fisher pokes fun at the legal jargon with these outright hilarous versions of Goldilocks, Cinderella and the Three Little Pigs. Each story is fairly short, so it makes a good listen for people on the go. I highly recommend this as light entertainment. Have fun. It is said that one of the things that distinguishes man from other animals is his ability to laugh at himself. And if we don't, who will?

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  • Robert
  • Bentonville, AR, United States
  • 06-23-08

The not-so-Grimm Grimm's

I personally found this audiobook rather enjoyable. I've listened to it on multiple occasions, often getting a chuckle or two out of it despite knowing what was to come. The over-all play on language makes the story a great little present for some lawyers. I'd definately give it a shot if you want a good little story to pass the time with some good spirits.