Rabbit Ears: Treasury of World Tales Vol. 5

Rabbit Ears: Treasury of World Tales Vol. 5

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Rabbit Ears: Treasury of World Tales, Vol. 5 enlightens and entertains with these classic stories read by some of your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today’s greatest artists.

Pinocchio (27:37)
Read by Danny Aiello; Original music by Les Miserables Brass Band
In this classic Italian children’s tale, the lonely toy maker Gepetto crafts a wooden puppet he names Pinocchio. When Pinocchio magically comes to life, he is a rascal who gets into a series of misadventures through clever lies and tricks. But every time he tells a lie, his nose grows. Ultimately Pinocchio learns the value of telling the truth.

Tom Thumb (24:41)
Read by John Cleese; Original music by Elvis Costello
No larger than his father’s thumb, tiny Tom embarks on a series of fantastical adventures. After saving King Arthur from the clutches of an evil sorcerer, he becomes a member of the Knights of the Round Table, and the darling of Queen Guinevere.

Download mp3 audio sample (2.98 MB)

Rabbit Ears: Treasury of World Tales, Vol. 5 enlightens and entertains with these classic stories read by some of your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today’s greatest artists.

Pinocchio (27:37)
Read by Danny Aiello; Original music by Les Miserables Brass Band
In this classic Italian children’s tale, the lo. . . Show More >

Download mp3 audio sample (2.98 MB)

Rabbit Ears: Treasury of World Tales, Vol. 5 enlightens and entertains with these classic stories read by some of your favorite stars and featuring original music by some of today’s greatest artists.

Pinocchio (27:37)
Read by Danny Aiello; Original music by Les Miserables Brass Band
In this classic Italian children’s tale, the lonely toy maker Gepetto crafts a wooden puppet he names Pinocchio. When Pinocchio magically comes to life, he is a rascal who gets into a series of misadventures through clever lies and tricks. But every time he tells a lie, his nose grows. Ultimately Pinocchio learns the value of telling the truth.

Tom Thumb (24:41)
Read by John Cleese; Original music by Elvis Costello
No larger than his father’s thumb, tiny Tom embarks on a series of fantastical adventures. After saving King Arthur from the clutches of an evil sorcerer, he becomes a member of the Knights of the Round Table, and the darling of Queen Guinevere.

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