The Story of the Treasure Seekers


Read by Karen Savage

(4.6 stars; 224 reviews)

This is the story of the Bastable children and their attempts to help the family finances by searching for treasure. (Summary by Karen Savage)

(4 hr 9 min)

Chapters

The Council of Ways and Means 11:36 Read by Karen Savage
Digging for Treasure 10:40 Read by Karen Savage
Being Detectives 17:35 Read by Karen Savage
Good Hunting 10:04 Read by Karen Savage
The Poet and the Editor 10:31 Read by Karen Savage
Noel's Princess 13:06 Read by Karen Savage
Being Bandits 13:44 Read by Karen Savage
Being Editors 17:52 Read by Karen Savage
The G. B. 17:10 Read by Karen Savage
Lord Tottenham 12:04 Read by Karen Savage
Castilian Amoroso 23:57 Read by Karen Savage
The Nobleness of Oswald 20:55 Read by Karen Savage
The Robber and the Burglar 26:06 Read by Karen Savage
The Divining-rod 13:30 Read by Karen Savage
'Lo, the Poor Indian!' 13:55 Read by Karen Savage
The End of the Treasure-seeking 16:22 Read by Karen Savage

Reviews

Wonderful

(5 stars)

Karen Savage, our family is absolutely addicted to your voice! You have an incredible talent, indeed. We listen to you every night at bedtime. We just can't get enough. Thank you for donating your time and your talent. I will always cherish the precious family moments we share while listening to your recordings. My child always begs for "one more chapter, please ". Thank you, also, for getting my child more interested in books. You have truly sparked imaginations! KAREN SAVAGE: #1 LibriVox reader! Your accent is to die for, your voice is soothing, your words are crisp, and you have flawless pronunciations. Thank you!

Great Family Read

(4.5 stars)

Great book, a story narrated by a child about the escapades of himself and his siblings. This is a family of witty, creative and clever children with strong morals but ever so many questionable ideas on how to acquire money to help their family. Our whole family truly enjoyed this book. The reader also did an excellent job.

Treasure!

(5 stars)

This reminds me of Art Linkletter's, "Kids say the darnedest things" (1950~60?) I haven't laughed so hard for years! Shedd a few tears too. Thank you librivox and Karen Savage. Ms. Savage is such a good reader, I wish I could talk so well.

Amazing reader!!

(5 stars)

Oh my goodness! How can you say she was a terrible reader! Karen is one of my all time favorites! She does all the accents terrifically well. I totally enjoyed her reading of this lovely story. Thanks Karen!

A Splendid Book

(5 stars)

Having previously listened to more dramatic and dark classics, listening to this book was a wonderful break. I thoroughly enjoyed Karen Savage's reading, and the book was a delightful glimpse into a children's summer. It honestly brought me back to my own childhood and early teenage years. it is witty, fun, and yet adds just enough drama to keep an interesting story. I would highly recommend listening to this quick book.

such a treasure!

(5 stars)

E. Nesbit and Karen Savage are a match made in heaven. I love the subtle wit, darling stories, and powerful lessons learned in these books. Nesbit does a great job of keeping things moralistic without being heavy-handed. And Karen Savage is just brilliant. Her style of reading is perfectly suited for the conversational nature of this story in particular, although I have yet to hear something she read that I DIDN'T like.

LOVE Nesbit

(5 stars)

This is a wonderful book for all ages, but especially children. I loved it (I love all Nesbit books) but it was read slightly to fast. Beautiful voice and emotion,and I love the accent, but to fast. That is the only thing wrong with it at all. Very much recommended!

A very fine reading

(4 stars)

Very good English accented reading of this classic. A bit fast, however, which is why I give it 4 stars. Karen's readings are great. I recommend listeners search for her name here and at Librivox.org If you're reading this, thanks Karen for much listening pleasure.