What Katy Did at School

Read by Karen Savage

(4.8 stars; 470 reviews)

The continuing story of Katy Carr, recounting the time she spent at boarding school with her sister Clover. (Summary by Karen Savage) (4 hr 20 min)


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Roses And Thorns 18:17 Read by Karen Savage
The S. S. U. C. 23:54 Read by Karen Savage
Injustice 18:38 Read by Karen Savage
Changes 17:32 Read by Karen Savage
The Autumn Vacation 29:50 Read by Karen Savage
A Budget Of Letters 22:11 Read by Karen Savage
Christmas Boxes 21:28 Read by Karen Savage
Waiting For Spring 14:30 Read by Karen Savage
Paradise Regained 17:08 Read by Karen Savage


Charming and Inspiring!

(5 stars)

This is the second of the beloved Katy Did books, and I am so glad to have discovered them! BEAUTIFULLY read, with tender emotion and excellent inflection and expression, I won't forget the first two of this series, and look forward to sharing them with my daughter and grandchildren someday! This is the kind of story I grew up on; inspiring godly character and kindness toward self and family and all men, filled to the brim with marvelous role models and creativity, and an all around eagerness to learn and serve your fellow man... an absolutely wonderful little story that will enchant little (and big) children, and adults and the elderly as well! Here's a chance for a new generation to learn about the fun children and families had before electronics and television, and a definite opportunity to encourage imagination and creativity even now. And, perhaps even more importantly, here is a remarkably good story of how one family got through difficult times, disappointment, and severe illness, with gumption and grace! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! And many thanks to Karen Savage for a job exceptionally well and tenderly done! You have warmed hearts and certainly encouraged this reader (who has dealt with a long illness, herself). Thank you for adding such joy to our lives! I think it's safe to say we all hope you will keep enchanting us!!

another remarkable job by Karen Savage!

(4.5 stars)

Wow! I listened to this when l had poison ivy and could not sleep. This really helped! Thank you, Karen! Clear,concise voice,beautiful expression,wonderful but not silly character voices. All of this helped contribute to the over all effect of beauty. I love the story plot and l even think l like it better than the first! Fans of Louisa May Alcott and Lucy Maud Montgomery will rejoice! Just go bad that Karen does not read the third one. Five star book!!!

sweet book

(5 stars)

Such a sweet gentle story about Katy and clover at boarding school. Love the reader!

(4 stars)

I loved everything about this book and this reading except that the recording is playing too fast.. Is the reader really speaking that fast? I tried to slow it down but then the recording sounded very strange. Still, I wanted to give it five stars but the fifth star refused to light-up... oh, well

Enjoyed the Book

(5 stars)

I found this book enjoyable. The reader held my interest and the volume was consistent. Some of the text, while no doubt acceptable during the last part of the 19th century, sound odd and brings up different images than were originally intended.

(5 stars)

Excellent book! I love listening to Karen Savage’ narrations of books. She does an outstanding job!! Thank you!!

(5 stars)

Another wonderful story, and well read too.


(4 stars)

A simple but teaching story. Thanks to K, Savage for an excellent read