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The Little House in the Fairy Wood

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(3,848 Sterne; 23 Bewertungen)

A lonely boy is taken in by the friendly inhabitants of a little house in the woods. Through this adventure, he finds the fairy folk, nature, and happiness. (Summary by A. Gramour) (3 hr 40 min)

Chapters

CHAPTER I: MAGIC IN A MIST

8:57

Read by Charlotte Duckett

CHAPTER II: THE BRIGHT HOUSE

10:19

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER III: FIRELIGHT

5:25

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER IV: THE GOSSIP

11:21

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER V: WORLD STORIES

9:36

Read by Rebecca Thomas

CHAPTER VI: AT THE HEART OF A TREE

8:51

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER VII: TREE MOTHER AND THE DROWSY BOAT

15:40

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER VIII: A WITCH AT THE WINDOW

15:46

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER IX: THE WIND HUNT

12:31

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER X: ON THE GRAY WALL

10:16

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER XI: THE BEAUTIFUL WICKED WITCH

17:07

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER XII: IVRA'S BIRTHDAY

15:10

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER XIII: NORA'S GRANDCHILDREN

13:46

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER XIV: SPRING COMES

12:45

Read by Kenneth Sergeant Gaghan

CHAPTER XV: SPRING WANDERING

14:34

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER XVI: OVER THE TREE TOPS

11:37

Read by rookieblue

CHAPTER XVII: THE JUNE MOON

11:08

Read by Samantha J Gubitz

CHAPTER XVIII: THE DEEPEST PLACE IN THE WOOD

9:29

Read by Carmen H

CHAPTER XIX: MORE MAGIC IN A MIST

5:45

Read by Carmen H

Bewertungen

fun story, a little hard to understand sometimes

(3 Sterne)

some of the readers were quiet or have strong accents. it is a fun story, but the recording is not great.

little house in the fairy wood

(5 Sterne)

I am a 60 years woman this story really touch the child in me

(3 Sterne)

Good story. Though one of the guy readers mumbled and at times yawned.

pretty dumb

(0,5 Sterne)

really boring, detailed accounts of kids playing tag and hide and seek and how if you believe in fairies you can see them but if you don't you can't. most of the readers were decent, I really liked Samantha. The last lady I could barely understand. Maybe this would be fun for a kid to listen to, but it had no point, in !y opinion. if you are going to suspend that much belief I feel there really should be something more to make it worth it. there were no moral lessons learned, no real dangers or problems solved, not even interesting characters. everyone lived in happy lala land having fun. Even the "wicked witch" was feared because she "put things in cages." Hello, kids love zoo's anyway. Ok have fun with it, don't expect much.

a sweet escape

(4,5 Sterne)

I had never heard of this story and chose to listen on a whim. I am so glad I did! It was a quick and whimsical listen, reviving a child's imagination even in this tired mama! I will be saving this and listening to it again when my girls are a bit older. Most of the readers were excellent, all read in a way that swept me up into the story, but one of the readers had a high voice and it was a bit more difficult to understand her accent in the high pitch. Very minor issue.