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Robinson Crusoe in Words of One Syllable (Version 2)

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This book is a fictional autobiography of the title character — a castaway who spends 28 years on a remote tropical island near Trinidad, encountering cannibals, captives, and mutineers before being rescued. You know the story; but do you know the story told in words of one syllable? Here Lucy Aikin under the pen name of Mary Godolphin retells Daniel Defoe's famous tale of danger and solitude and resourcefulness. Because of the simpler words, this might be a good book for listeners where English is not their first language. By Lucy Aikin and Daniel Defoe. (Summary by Phil Chenevert) (2 hr 31 min)

Chapters

01 - Section 1

15:57

Read by David Biro

02 - Section 2

15:33

Read by David Biro

03 - Section 3

14:10

Read by David Biro

04 - Section 4

14:28

Read by David Biro

05 - Section 5

11:37

Read by Darren Manes

06 - Section 6

9:19

Read by tlovell

07 - Section 7

11:15

Read by RLC

08 - Section 8

10:54

Read by RLC

09 - Sectin 09

11:58

Read by RLC

10 - Section 10

11:57

Read by RLC

11 - Section 11

10:04

Read by RLC

12 - Section 12

13:57

Read by RLC