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Laura Rountree Smith (1876-1924)
A Children’s Classic Now An Audiobook!
(On 2 Audio CD's)
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A story for children about a little bear with no name, “there were not enough names to go round,” and his adventures in finding one. (Summary by Carolyn Frances)
Read by Carolyn Frances
Chapter I: Hunting a Name
Chapter II: A Walk in the Woods
Chapter III: "A-kit-chew"
Chapter IV: Making Cookies
Chapter V: The Newspaper
Chapter VI: The Silver Dollar
Chapter VII: Red Riding Hood
Chapter VIII: "Tell Us a Story"
Chapter IX: Aladdin's Lamp
Chapter X: The Two Peddlers
Chapter XI: Grandpa Grumbles
Chapter XII: Little Rabbit Boo-hoo
Chapter XIII: The Magic Cap
Chapter XIV: The Pot of Gold
Chapter XV: Mishe-Mokwa, the Great Bear
Total running time: 1:28:07
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The recorded readings are from the author’s original work which is in the public domain. All readings and artwork are in the public domain and there are no infringements on copyrights.
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