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Rafe Martin Tells His Children's Stories (Audiocassette)

by Rafe Martin

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Listened to the cassette edition. I probably wouldn't have picked this up if I weren't taking storytelling right now. The quality between stories and how well they worked as audio only experiences varied from tale to tale. The woolly mammoth story didn't resonate with me at all, but The Rough-Face Girl and the foolish rabbit stories worked quite well. I certainly would tell them a little bit differently than Martin does; he's a little bombastic for my taste. I liked it, but I don't think I'll want to listen to it again. ( )
  JenJ. | Mar 31, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0938756494, Audio Cassette)

This 1994 Parents' Choice Gold Award Winner collects, for the first time on one tape, four of Rafe?s acclaimed children's books. This audio cassette features the original, oral versions of The Rough-Face Girl, Foolish Rabbit's Big Mistake, The Boy Who Lived with the Seals, and Will's Mammoth (all published by Putnam). Dramatic, lively, and uniquely different from his books, these four stories are brought to life with all the richness of voice and expression for which Rafe's storytelling is known. "The four stories on this tape," Rafe explains, "are the way I actually tell them, live, today. I have wanted to share these performances with my many readers for some time. People who have heard me tell these stories have been amazed to discover how different the original, oral, and printed versions really are. Now, at last, here they are for you to enjoy."

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