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The Greek Myths involving Pegasus have been drawn together to present this incredible creature's entire story, from birth until his transformation into the constellation by Zeus.

Winner, Parents Choice Honor Award. Music by Emmy winner Ernest Troost.

If you enjoyed this story, try Beauty and the Beast, also narrated by Mia Farrow.
© and (P)1991 Lightyear Entertainment L.P.

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On Wings Flying Through the Clouds

Would you consider the audio edition of Pegasus to be better than the print version?

I enjoyed it. I haven't seen the print version--it may be nice to read the story with the pictures.

What other book might you compare Pegasus to and why?

It reminds me of other books, aimed at children, with stories from Greek mythology.

What does Mia Farrow bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She has a soft, wispy voice that is great for listening to children's books....like a mother, or maybe a fairy reading aloud.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

It was a short book. It was well done. I enjoy it all.

Any additional comments?

I would love to be able to hear Mia Farrow read more audiobooks. She does a good job. I admire her so much for her talents, her uniqueness, and her humanitarianism, also.

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  • Suzann
  • east new mkt, MD, USA
  • 01-11-09

Classical music

As a horse lover and follower of Greek Mythology, I welcome any chance to hear another interpretation of Pegasus. I was disappointed to find out that only half the time of this audio was an actual story. Half the time was music.