Book & Recording Live Oak Media 2010
CD ISBN 978-1-4301-0813-9 $18.95 One CDs
Lewis's story is based on historical events surrounding the eruption of Paricutin volcano in a cornfield in Mexico in 1943, one of only a handful of times when the birth of a volcano was witnessed firsthand. Pablo's father, who is bored by day-to-day life in the village, gets a surprise one day while farming in a field when he sees a hole open in the earth. Fire and smoke pour out, ultimately forcing the villagers to relocate. Narrator Brian Amador speaks clearly with a slight accent that adds regional authenticity. Soft guitar music and sounds of the countryside also complement the story. Listeners can select a track with or without page-turning cues. S.E.G. © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2011]
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