by Edward Ormondroyd
When David finally has a chance to climb the mountain behind his new home he has no idea he is about to meet a fabulous mythical creature.
Even if he had known, who could have guessed that a Phoenix would turn out to be so stuffy, so pompous—and so utterly endearing? (To say nothing of its fondness for Aunt Amy’s sugar cookies!) When the Phoenix decides to take a hand in David’s education the adventures—and the hilarity—really begin. Alas, the wonderful visits to gryffons, sea monsters, and banshees will come to a crashing halt if the scientist stalking the Phoenix is successful… A tale filled with high humor and deep humanity, this much beloved classic springs to new life in a full cast recording that features the author himself as narrator.
|Length||3 hrs and 6 mins|
|© Copyright||2000 Edward Ormondroyd|
|℗ Audio Copyright||2002 Full Cast Audio|
“Imaginatively written and lovingly dramatized, this gentle program is a treat for the whole family” — Booklist Apr 2003
“Every line of the book’s warmth, humor, and gentleness comes to life in Bruce Coville’s superb multicast production… an absolute keeper for all ages.” — AudioFile May 2003
“Listeners will quickly become enthralled” — Publishers Weekly
“An energetic and touching reading.” — School Library Journal
Listen to samples from this audiobook:
- David and the Phoenix discuss his education Edward Ormondroyd 4:15
Meet the Cast:
|Directed by:||Bruce Coville|
|Produced by:||Daniel Bostick