Julie Andrews' Collection of Poems, Songs, and Lullabies

  • Par Emma Walton Hamilton, Julie Andrews
  • Lu par Julie Andrews, Emma Walton Hamilton
  • 1 h 56 min
  • Version intégrale | Livre audio

Résumé de l'éditeur

A deluxe treasury of family favorites selected by the best-selling mother-daughter team.

Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton share a diverse mix of their most beloved poems, songs and lullabies in this timeless audio treasury. Brought to life with James McMullan's stunning watercolor paintings included in a bonus pdf, this anthology features nine themed sections, and nearly 100 poetry selections from a wide range of talent including William Wordsworth, E. C. Wells, Emily Dickinson, and more, as well as some special poems written by Andrews and Hamilton themselves-read by the authors for all to enjoy. With personal stories and anecdotes from Andrews woven throughout, this rich collection is one that families will grow with and cherish throughout the years.

Julie and Emma's love for each other and the poetry is evident in their warm, heartfelt readings. It is easy to be swept up in the fun and beautiful scenes they create with their lovely voices.

One of the most iconic, renowned figures in entertainment, Julie Andrews is a high-profile author who has written more than a dozen books for young readers, including the best-selling Mandy which has sold more than 150,000 copies since its first printing in 1971.

This audio anthology will be a timeless collector's item and the perfect gift for children of any age.


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I have this permanently on my ipod. A beautiful collection of old
classics, new discoveries and poems written by Emma and Julie and other
family members. Great anecdotes introduce each section and both women
clearly enjoyed so much reading these poems out loud. Truly delightful !
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- J D Marple

Détails du livre audio

  • Date de publication : 06-10-2009
  • Éditeur : Hachette Audio