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Six stories starring Alison Uttley's best-known character, Little Grey Rabbit.
Since their first publication over 80 years ago, Alison Uttley's Little Grey Rabbit stories have become classics of children's literature.
Enjoy the following adventures on this special audio collection: The Squirrel, The Hare and the Little Grey Rabbit, How Little Grey Rabbit Got Back Her Tail, The Story of Fuzzypeg the Hedgehog, The Great Adventure of Hare, Little Grey Rabbit's Christmas, Squirrel Goes Skating.
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- Hannah Chadwick
I didn’t like the narration
I like listening to audiobooks that I once had as a child. I find them relaxing at bedtime and my daughter enjoys them too. I used to love the adventures Little Grey Rabbit and the rest of the characters went on. The stories are the same but the narrator is different to the person who narrates the audio cassettes I had as a child and it just doesn’t create the same imagery for me as the original. Kids would probably still like it if they’ve not heard the original.
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- File Squirrel
An Animal Genre classic!
What did you love best about Little Grey Rabbit's Story Treasury?
It's animal genre, and a very imaginative story of animal country life in the olden days. I couldn't help comparing Grey Rabbit to the Cinderella Rabbit from Alison Uttley's Little Red Fox and Cinderella. She's such a sweet natured, hard worker.
What other book might you compare Little Grey Rabbit's Story Treasury to and why?
Any of Beatrix Potter's tales, and of course Alison Uttley's Little Red Fox stories. Animals behaving like people, rural settings, and olden times.
What does Elaine Claxton bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Elaine Claxton has a pleasant and soothing voice. She capably does a variety of voices for the characters. Even her singing is top notch. I love hearing her voice for Little Grey Rabbit.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, even the Christmas story even though it's February--Valentine's day even.
Any additional comments?
Please add Alison Uttley's Little Red Fox stories to the audible collection too.