Stephen Fry's unabridged reading of the second book in the bestselling series.
HARRY POTTER is a wizard. He is in his second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Little does he know that this year will be just as eventful as the last...
Having found the movie to be stunning, and never having read the books, I found this audiobook a wonderful insight into the original storyline. Not often one to read a book after seeing the movie, the chance to sit back and relax and listen to the wonderfully cultured, amazingly adaptable vocal talents of Stephen Fry. (Though I do feel his Hagrid sounds more like John Cleese!)
Overall, if you are a Harry Potter fan who has their hands full often, or has a long drive to and from work each day, you should consider this 8 CD set, as it will provide you with many hours of relaxing, hands-free entertainment.
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Old MacDonald had a farm,
and on that farm he had some ...
... fun and games and DRAMAS with those rascally, rowdy farm animals!
Click, moo, woof and hum along to this all-time favourite song rearranged for New Zealand and sung by the incomparable Topp Twins.
With illustrations by Jenny Cooper. A CD is included so you can sing along.
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