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The Boy Scout Book of Campfire Stories

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(5 Sterne; 3 Bewertungen)

The Editor likes to think that quite a few of the stories found in the Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories present companions for the mind of this hardy sort, and hopes, whether boys read or are told these stories, they will prove to be such as exalt and inspire while they thrill and entertain. (from the Introduction) (7 hr 55 min)

Chapters

Introduction by Franklin K Mathiews

2:52

Read by Monty Spanarro

Chapter 1: Silverhorns by Henry van Dyke

34:51

Read by Monty Spanarro

Chapter 2: Wild Horse Hunter, part 1 by Zane Grey

32:13

Read by mparker

Chapter 2: Wild Horse Hunter, part 2 by Zane Grey

46:05

Read by mparker

Chapter 2: Wild Horse Hunter, part 3 by Zane Grey

33:22

Read by mparker

Chapter 2: Wild Horse Hunter, part 4 by Zane Grey

16:03

Read by mparker

Chapter 3: Hydrophobic Skunk by Irvin S. Cobb

13:27

Read by Curt Troutwine

Chapter 4: The Ole Virginia by Stewart Edward White

13:48

Read by Monty Spanarro

Chapter 5: The Weight of Obligation, part 1 by Rex Beach

19:37

Read by Curt Troutwine

Chapter 5: The Weight of Obligation, part 2 by Rex Beach

25:52

Read by Curt Troutwine

Chapter 6: That Spot by Jack London

22:51

Read by Graham Scott

Chapter 7: When Lincoln Licked a Bully by Irving Bacheller

39:23

Read by Kathrine Engan

Chapter 8: The End of the Trail by Clarence E Mulford

25:54

Read by Andey Sol

Chapter 9: Dey Ain't No Ghosts by Ellis Parker Butler

30:07

Read by DavidG

Chapter 10: The Night Operator, part 1 by Frank L Packard

25:12

Read by Curt Troutwine

Chapter 10: The Night Operator, Part 2 by Frank L Packard

29:47

Read by Curt Troutwine

Chapter 11: Christmas Eve in a Lumber Camp by Ralph Connor

24:28

Read by Curt Troutwine

Chapter 12: The Story That the Keg Told Me by Adirondack (W. H. H.) Murray

39:39

Read by DavidG

Bewertungen

(5 Sterne)

When we were young, and had a culture.

Good stories from the past.

(5 Sterne)

Most stories are still fine to listen to but one can be offensive to some people because it was written before the civil rights movement. It portrays blacks as uneducated and uses the word negro once. The rest of the stories are exciting and draws the listeners into the stories. It's just how things were at the time it was published. I did enjoy listening to the old stories