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NESBIT, E.: Phoenix and the Carpet (The) (Abridged)

    

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NESBIT, E.: Phoenix and the Carpet (The) (Abridged)

This sequel to Five Children and It sees the four children finding a carpet—and then being told by a phoenix that it is a magic carpet. It means a series of adventures. Anna Bentinck reads the tale with great charm. With delightful music of the period.



Disc 1

  The Phoenix and the Carpet
1.   It began with the day… 00:05:15
2.   Next day all was forgotten and forgiven… 00:04:48
3.   They traced strange figures with chalk… 00:03:49
4.   The children were all choking with wonder… 00:03:38
5.   ‘I had resided as your book says…’ 00:04:06
6.   The next day was Saturday 00:04:09
7.   Everyone looked and everyone thought 00:04:32
8.   As soon as the carpet came to a stop… 00:04:06
9.   So the Phoenix fluttered up… 00:04:03
10.   ‘I say, talking of stones,’ said Robert 00:04:38
11.   Then quite suddenly the floor seemed to tip up… 00:03:20
12.   The next day, Cook came to mother… 00:03:42
13.   For some reason or other… 00:03:48
14.   Anthea felt rather uncomfortable… 00:03:46
15.   The old ranee or queen… 00:03:32
16.   All this had taken some time… 00:04:02
17.   The children sidled away… 00:05:16
18.   So they went 00:04:43
19.   ‘We shan’t be able to go anywhere on the carpet…’ 00:03:29


Disc 2

  The Phoenix and the Carpet
1.   ‘Has anyone got any matches’ said Anthea 00:04:10
2.   The stone was heaved up 00:03:34
3.   So they all went in… 00:04:08
4.   They went down the road… 00:02:36
5.   Mother arranged with Aunt Emma… 00:04:35
6.   Everything was nicely washed up… 00:04:18
7.   At this point the Phoenix… 00:03:14
8.   It was Jane who awoke with a start… 00:03:07
9.   ‘Well, miss,’ said the burglar… 00:03:59
10.   The morning after the adventure… 00:04:30
11.   ‘Good gracious,’ said Jane… 00:04:01
12.   So the children arranged to wait… 00:03:04
13.   And instantly they were 00:04:28
14.   ‘Hooray! Hooray! Hooray!…’ 00:03:42
15.   When she had gone out the Phoenix… 00:03:54
16.   The songs in the play it took to be hymns… 00:04:09
17.   But a fierce waft of smoke and hot air… 00:02:59
18.   No one had noticed the Phoenix… 00:03:07
19.   Anthea put the last touches… 00:04:58
20.   When they got home, there lay the carpet… 00:03:30
21.   ‘Whatever have you done with the carpet’ 00:03:15

Total Playing Time: 02:38:00






Author(s):
Nesbit, Edith

Reader(s):
Bentinck, Anna

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Junior Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA232012

Barcode: 9789626343203

Physical Release: 05/2005

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