A Book of Golden Deeds
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Publisher: Alcazar AudioWorks
Date: January 2006
Duration: 3 hours 22 minutes
The traditional Fairy Tales with all the charm and fun of the familiar stories. Cinderella gets her Prince, Rumplestiltskin loses his prize, and the Frog Prince gets his princess. The beloved tales known for so many years and presented in an entertaining and wonderfully appealing way, with a full cast of characters, performed by voice actors.
Traditional folk stories, many called fairy tales, have been recorded by writers since the time the stories were told by oral tradition in various cultures.
Reviews for Alcazar AudioWorks' production of Cinderella, The Frog Prince and Rumplestiltskin
Alcazar AudioWorks brings a terrific cast of character voices together to produce a most whimsical hour (64 minutes) of three favorite stories: Cinderella, Rumplestiltskin, and The Frog Prince.
The fabulous voices bring the characters to life in a most extraordinary way. The actors include Johnnie Anderson, Al Bedrosian, Bruce Blau, Paul Coyle, Bobbie Frohman, John Lavette, Susan McCarthy, Linda Montogomery, David Thorn, Larry Smith and Roger Vosburg. Each voice allows the imagination to run wild with visions of princes, frogs, princesses, and fairies.
You'll sympathize with Cinderella and cheer for her as the stepsisters realize how horrible they've been to their future queen!
Rumplestiltskin is truly a repulsive little imp who takes advantage of the miller's daughter in her hour of need, but he gets his when a messenger finds his secret place and tells the Queen his unusual name.
The selfish princess learns a valuable lesson when the king insists that she keep her word. She must allow the frog to share her dinner plate and her pillow at night, as she promised. However, all is not so bad when the frog turns into a handsome prince.
The classic stories will delight children, parents, and grandparents alike. Easily these stories can accompany drawing lessons, change a rainy day into imagination day or take the tedium out of car-travel and make the ride fun.
Reviewed By: Kate O'Mara - EHO Eclectic Homeschool Online