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by | Read by David Hunter

Fiction • 1.5 hrs. • Abridged • © 1996

Nine-year-old Hannibal Huish is orphaned and lives with his recently widowed grandfather, Pop, who teaches Hannibal about love and the "right" things to do in life. David Hunter reads in a quiet, even voice the didactic stories and parables that represent Pop's method of teaching Hannibal. The grandson and a neighbor boy are sometimes mischievous; they're mostly children who are exploring the world and learning about right and wrong. Hunter conveys Pop's love and firm hand with a slightly stricter voice in contrast to the voice of the youthful Hannibal. The moralistic concepts are lightly veiled Christian concepts of honesty, respect and love. M.B.K. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 98]

Retail pak • Audio Renaissance • 1997

CS ISBN 1559274816 $11.95 • One cassettes

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Retail pak • Audio Renaissance • 1997

CS ISBN 1559274816 $11.95 • One cassettes

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