Unabridged, 2 hours, 31 minutes, 2 cassettes Performed by Julie Harris For decades, E.B. White's charming, bittersweet tales of friendship and adventure have enchanted audiences young and old alike. Now the magic of this beloved classic comes to life in a delightful and completely unabridged recording, read by award-winning actress Julie Harris. Stuart Little is a shy, philosophical little mouse with a big heart and a taste for adventure. In spite of his diminutive stature, barely two inches tall, Stuart sets forth into the world wtih some mighty big plans: to ride a Fifth Avenue bus, to win a sailboat race in Central Park, and to teach school for a day. But Stuart's greatest adventure begins when he decides to find his best friend, Margalo, a pretty little bird who once lived in a Boston fern in the Littles' house in New York City. Climbing into his tiny car, Stuart hits the open road, sure he's heading in the right direction, only to find himself in for a big surprise. Filled with warmth, wit and wonder, Stuart Little, is a timeless tale that speaks to the heroic spirit in all of us - no matter what our size.
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by William Strunk, E.B. White
by Kate White
by Jane Thynne
by Margaret James
by Gloria Whelan
by Roseanna M. White
by Carl Weber, Ty Marshall, Marlon P.S. White
by E.B. White
"Julie Harris's throaty voice suits the dignified little mouse of White's classic tale. Adventures are delivered with a whoop of joy; the dangers of cats and dogs and the adventure of sailing in Central Park are handled with grace and glee. White never bothered to attempt to explain the inexplicable--why a mouse is born to a human family or how the car becomes invisible (by pushing a button) or how this tiny creatures travels to upstate New York on his own, so Harris's delivery expresses all the dignity this mouse can muster. Fans of the movie may enjoy the unique turns of the original. A special treat awaits listeners--an excerpt from CHARLOTTE'S WEB read by E.B. White is appended at the story's end. D.P.D. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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