Read The Runaway Bunny: Including, the Story of Babar & Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown Jean de Brunhoff Glen Roven Francis Poulenc Mark Stone Catherine Zeta-Jones Michael Douglas Online

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Catherine Zeta-Jones narrates The Runaway Bunny in a new piano trio version composed by GPR Records artistic director and 4-time Emmy Award Winner, Glen Roven. This piece premiered at Carnegie Hall with the American Symphony. Runaway Bunny was written in 1942 and has been published continuously since that time - it's a wonderful timeless story of free thinking and creativiCatherine Zeta-Jones narrates The Runaway Bunny in a new piano trio version composed by GPR Records artistic director and 4-time Emmy Award Winner, Glen Roven. This piece premiered at Carnegie Hall with the American Symphony. Runaway Bunny was written in 1942 and has been published continuously since that time - it's a wonderful timeless story of free thinking and creativity. Narrating the tale of one of the most famous elephants in the world Michael Douglas, a two-time Academy Award winning actor and producer, tells the story of an orphan elephant who is befriended by a kind old lady, introduced to the pleasures of civilized life, then returns to the jungle and marries his childhood sweetheart and is elevated to King of the Elephants. The story of Babar, which celebrated its 81st Anniversary in 2012, includes music by Francis Poulenc and Jason Wirth on piano.Also GOODNIGHT MOON a lullaby for baritone and piano, sung by international Opera superstar and English Baritone Mark Stone is based on Wise's book, which has been in print for over 60 years....

Title : The Runaway Bunny: Including, the Story of Babar & Goodnight Moon
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ISBN : 9781467553766
Format Type : Audio CD
Number of Pages : 491 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Runaway Bunny: Including, the Story of Babar & Goodnight Moon Reviews

  • Chrystal
    2019-02-12 09:01

    While I realize they are bedtime stories; I found myself either increasing the speed or skipping 15 seconds at a time to try to enjoy the stories. By the time I got to about a minute and a half of"Goodbye Moon" (incidentally the one closest to my heart) I stopped the recording & returned it to my library. Too much music and the stories broken up so much, I found it hard to enjoy the story.