The Adventures of Pinocchio


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(4.3 stars; 24 reviews)

The Adventures of Pinocchio is a novel for children by Italian author Carlo Collodi (here transl. by Carol della Chiesa). The first half was published in serial form between 1881 and 1883, and then completed as a book for children in February 1883. It is about the mischievous adventures of Pinocchio, an animated marionette, and his poor father, a woodcarver named Geppetto. It is considered a classic of children’s literature and has spawned many derivative works of art, such as Disney’s classic 1940 animated movie of the same name, and commonplace ideas, such as a liar’s long nose. (Summary from Wikipedia) (4 hr 35 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01 5:02 Read by Sherry Crowther
Chapter 02 5:12 Read by Sherry Crowther
Chapter 03 7:14 Read by Betsie Bush
Chapter 04 4:25 Read by Betsie Bush
Chapter 05 4:37 Read by Marlo Dianne
Chapter 06 3:45 Read by Marlo Dianne
Chapter 07 5:47 Read by Marlo Dianne
Chapter 08 4:48 Read by Chip
Chapter 09 4:48 Read by Chip
Chapter 10 4:48 Read by Chip
Chapter 11 7:30 Read by Alessia
Chapter 12 6:06 Read by Justine Young
Chapter 13 5:33 Read by chriss the girl
Chapter 14 5:52 Read by Chip
Chapter 15 5:36 Read by Chip
Chapter 16 7:22 Read by Chip
Chapter 17 10:21 Read by Gesine
Chapter 18 8:49 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Chapter 19 7:24 Read by Jim McCarville
Chapter 20 4:59 Read by Kathy
Chapter 21 4:52 Read by Jeremy
Chapter 22 5:19 Read by chriss the girl
Chapte 23 9:26 Read by Anita Roy Dobbs
Chapter 24 8:10 Read by Harvey Chinn
Chapter 25 4:56 Read by Harvey Chinn
Chapter 26 4:17 Read by Andrea L
Chapter 27 9:08 Read by Harvey Chinn
Chapter 28 8:26 Read by ophul
Chapter 29 11:26 Read by Harvey Chinn
Chapter 30 11:05 Read by Rayburn Beale
Chapter 31 14:39 Read by Rayburn Beale
Chapter 32 13:42 Read by Rayburn Beale
Chapter 33 13:54 Read by Sharmini Kumar
Chapter 34 10:45 Read by chriss the girl
Chapter 35 8:27 Read by Kevin Readdean
Chapter 36 17:05 Read by Kevin Readdean

Reviews

Worth a listen by young and old.


(4 stars)

I am looking for audio books to share with children with who are illiterate or slow readers. Remembering the Disney cartoon from my youth I thought Pinocchio might be a good choice. I'm a 62 year old man who was completely taken with this dark story. Consider this early science fiction - talking wood, a crafty cricket, a fairy and children that changes form. Way cool. The sound quality of this project varies but the story will keep you wanting more. Enjoy.

Different Readings


(2 stars)

Having each chapter read by a different person was not ideal. Due to that factor I would not recommend this audio book.


(5 stars)

I am familiar with the story but never really read the whole book so I tried it. I find it really hard to finish the book because I was so annoyed with Pinocchio and I kind of thought maybe this also the reason the voice actors on this story switches because they can't too lol but I still did finish it anyway and I certainly didn't regret it! The storyline and turn of events really touched my heart. All of the voice actors was really careful on how they deliver the words especially when it's a verbatim and oh also the part when Pinocchio hear the "pi pi pi zum zum" thing if not for these audiobook I wouldn't have idea what that tune was like seriously. But I also agree that it's better if no switching of voice actors, still a good job tho :))

Puppet Show Extraordinaire


(5 stars)

Very good! Suitable for all ages, and a great way to get young children interested in classic literature. Stays fun no matter how many times you listen to it… Listen with your child / younger sibling, there are parts that a small child may not realize the implications of (Example: When Pinocchio buries his gold in the Field Of Wonders, edged on by the fox and the cat, the gold vanishes, and the fox and cat disappear…). Great story, no problems with it at all!

loved the reading


(5 stars)

the adventure was good and enjoyed the visuals during the chapters