Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales
Publish date: November 18th 2002
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
I can't recommend this one highly enough - I enjoyed almost every single bit of it. Everyone did a great job with narration, and the stories were all good, and some of them excellent. My hands down favourite was King Lion's Gifts narrated by Ricardo Chavira. Honourable mention goes to The Mother...
This is another freebie that I have had sitting in my audible account for a while. It was excellent. Two wonderful folk tales with absolutely fantastic narration. I'm impressed.
Do not read this, listen to it. Besides the veritable buffet of Hollywood A-listers from various ethnic backgrounds providing narrations, there’s beautiful music and songs in the interludes between stories and in the stories themselves. I’ve derived much enjoyment from the imaginative and enthusia...
Hey look! It has a website! I wasn't quite sure what this one was going to be like, but it was an unexpected delight. I listened to it on audio, and I highly recommend experiencing it this way. Each story is read by a different narrator, from Alan Rickman (he reads the first story and I couldn't...
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