Anne of Green Gables – Reader Profile

9 07 2010

If you loved Karen Savage’s reading of Anne of Green Gables, she has read quite a few other books, you can check them out at her website, or just search for her as a reader in AudiobooksAudiobooks Premium, and Audiobooks (iPad Edition).





Reader Review for Art of War

18 06 2010

If you want to learn more about Sun Tzu, who wrote the Art of War, you can look here or here.

If you want to hear more librivox recordings by Moira Fogarty, you can look here.

Happy Listening!





New Books in the App Store

9 06 2010

We have 10 delightful audiobooks recently added to the app store – hope you enjoy them!

Her Mother’s Hope

House Rules

In Plain Sight

The Language of Bees

Let the Great World Spin

Love and Summer

Out of Range

Paradise Valley

Songs of the Humpback Whale

Spooner





Gerard Doyle

21 05 2010

Did you love Gerard Doyle’s reading of How to be a Pirate as much as I did?  Here is a story on him from audiofilemagazine.com.  It lists many other books he has narrated – and it looks like he has extensive experience with dragon stories before the How to Train your Dragon series.





Charles Dickens

14 05 2010

If you loved Charles Dickens – here are a few more books he wrote:

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

A Christmas Carol

David Copperfield

A Tale of Two Cities

Great Expectations





Reader Profile – Robinson Crusoe

7 05 2010

Robinson Crusoe is read by Denny Sayers, and runs for 13:55:12.

Denny has read quite a few books on Librivox, here are a few of the projects, with the corresponding sections he read:

Andersen’s Fairy Tales 16
Beowulf 7
Don Quixote – Vol. 1 06, 21
Don Quixote – Vol. 2 00, 40-41
Hamlet 6, 26
My Mark Twain 1- 24
Wind in the Willows, The 8




Reader Profile for The Secret Garden

30 04 2010

Kara Shallenberg reads The Secret Garden.  She does such a splendid job that I wanted to listen to it again when I finished it.  You can follow her on her blog here.  Or, you can follow her on twitter here.  You can see the other books she has recorded for librivox here.  I’m looking forward to listening to others read by her.





How to Train your Dragon Reader Profile

23 04 2010

Gerard Doyle did a wonderful job narrating How to Train your Dragon – here are a few more books he has narrated:

How to Be a Pirate

Let the Great World Spin

The Physics of Christmas: From the Aerodynamics of Reindeer to the Thermodynamics of Turkey





Peter Pan – Featured Reader: Meredith Hughes

16 04 2010

Meredith Hughes read the first chapter of Peter Pan.  I loved her voice, it was the perfect sweetness for the beginning of the story, and I wish she had continued through the rest of the book.

Here are some other books chapters she read:

At the Back of the North Wind 1-4
Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse 34, 35
Bulfinch’s Mythology: The Age of Fable 26
From the Earth to the Moon 19
Island of Dr. Moreau, The 12, 11, 10
Jungle Book, The 1-11
Peter Pan 01
Relativity: The Special and General Theory 09
Rewards and Fairies 6
Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 001 4
Three Musketeers, The 10-11
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea 38
Wind in the Willows, The 2
Yosemite, The 13, 14




Reader Profile

26 03 2010

All the LibriVox readers do a great job, but I particularly liked Maureen O’Brien’s reading of Section 4 in the Merry Adventures of Robin Hood.  If you want to hear more read by her, she has also read the following: 

Five Children and It – Section 4

Pride and Prejudice – Sections 5 & 6

Richard II – Section 3

The Spy – Sections 7-9

Vanity Fair – Sections 29-32

Who is your favorite LibriVox reader? 








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