Audiovisual media: Audiobooks

McCray, Nancy
September 1994
Booklist;9/15/94, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p155
Book Review
Reviews audiobooks from Harper Audio. `Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves,' by Amabel Williams-Ellis, read by Anthony Quayle; `All the Little Toot Stories,' by Hardie Gramatky, read by Hans Conried; `Bambi,' by Felix Salten, read by Glynis Johns; `Curious George,' by H.A. Rey, read by Julie Harris; `The Little Prince,' by Antonine de Saint Exupery, read by Louis Jourdan; `The Story of Peter Pan,' by J.M. Barrie.


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