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NESBIT, E.: Enchanted Castle (The) (Abridged)


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NESBIT, E.: Enchanted Castle (The) (Abridged)

Three children—Jerry (bossy), Jimmy (hungry) and Kathleen (sensible)—find themselves standing in front of a bejewelled princess in the garden of an enchanted castle. It is the first day of their summer holidays. Is she really a princess? And if she isn’t, what about her ring which makes the wearer invisible? This ring, combined with the children’s appetite for exploring, sparks a tale full of vivid adventures and extraordinary characters. With ‘ugly-wugglies’ on the loose, statues alive in the moonlight and crimes needing to be solved, there is never a dull moment. Imagination is powerful; magic is possible.

Disc 1

  The Enchanted Castle
1.   There were three of them – Jerry, Jimmy, and Kathleen 00:04:58
2.   And as they sat and rested, Gerald leaned back against the bushes… 00:05:02
3.   After a long stretch of turf they came into a rose - garden. 00:05:49
4.   She got up and they followed her down the long hall… 00:04:40
5.   They were alone in the room. 00:04:44
6.   They had not been there five minutes… 00:03:12
7.   When they woke it was bright morning… 00:05:12
8.   The fair was held on a waste bit of land… 00:04:57
9.   They had gone a mile before they heard footsteps on the road… 00:05:53
10.   As he went along the dewy lawns… 00:06:05
11.   ‘Master Gerald!’ it was Eliza’s voice in his ears… 00:05:28
12.   Johnson was the hero of the hour. 00:05:27
13.   They went. 00:05:39
14.   The scene went very well. 00:05:24
15.   Of course the reason why Gerald was not afraid… 00:04:37

Disc 2

  The Enchanted Castle
1.   It was a strange procession… 00:04:51
2.   He led both children out from under the shadow… 00:03:33
3.   As the four children went over the smooth lawn… 00:04:53
4.   So the two disappeared behind the rhododendrons. 00:05:14
5.   That simply replied: ‘Will you tell me, or won’t you…’ 00:03:52
6.   At the moment when the second cup of dolls’ tea… 00:05:02
7.   The lights and sounds and scents of the restaurant died away. 00:06:02
8.   It was found difficult, but possible… 00:05:32
9.   She was awakened by the fact that she was standing… 00:05:44
10.   And with that they ran down the slope to the lake. 00:05:36
11.   And as he went the seven reflected moons died out… 00:06:16
12.   It was show - day at Yalding Castle… 00:04:54
13.   But no startled gentleman appeared in the wood… 00:05:41
14.   The four children came back together. 00:05:12
15.   Then a faint greyness touches the top of that round hole… 00:07:03

Total Playing Time: 02:36:32

Nesbit, Edith

Page, Joanna

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Junior Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA285812

Barcode: 9789626348581

Physical Release: 03/2008

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