Ruth’s family buys their first car—a 1952 mist-green Buick—and sets out from Chicago to her grandmother’s in Alabama. Ruth’s initial excitement is huge as the trip heads into the green of the suburbs and family members share stories. But her feelings change to dismay and confusion when the family is turned away from restrooms and motels as the trip continues. Then, with a newly purchased Green Book in hand, Ruth and her family take control of their outing. Cherise Boothe’s gentle narration takes a backseat to the story’s characters and events. Boothe’s voice is calm, her pacing deliberate, her enunciation distinct—a totally pleasing package. The production concludes with additional information about the Green Book and Jim Crow laws. A.R. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2012]
Library Ed. Recorded Books 2011
CS ISBN 978-1-4618-4354-2 $15.75 One cassettes
CD ISBN 9781461843559 $15.75 One CDs
MP3-CD ISBN 978-1-4618-4362-7 $49.75 One MP3-CDs
Get our FREE Newsletter and discover a world of audiobooks.
Let us recommend your next great audiobook!
No algorithms here!
We pick great audiobooks for you.
Sign up for our free newsletter with audiobook love from AudioFile editors.
If you are already with us, thank you! Just click X above.
Thank you for contacting us!
Our group will review and follow up within 72 hours.
Thanks for your interest!