Freddy and the Ignormus

  • by Walter Brooks
  • Narrated by John McDonough
  • 5 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A series of robberies has disrupted the peaceful life at the Bean Farm. First, food disappears from The First Animal Bank. Then sheets and shirts vanish from a clothesline. By the time oats are stolen from the barn, everyone is suspicious and upset. Soon, the animals even suspect Freddy! Who, or what, is responsible for the crimes? What is the mysterious white shape in the Great Woods? When the animals get threatening letters demanding food in exchange for their safety, it's up to Freddy to solve the mystery of the Ignormus - even if it means going into the Great Woods alone.
The Freddy books are beloved classics of children's literature. With their lively friendships and adventures, the perceptive pig and his barnyard companions have delighted generations of young readers. Veteran narrator John McDonough conveys each line with gentle humor and warmth.


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John McDonough is Superb!

These audio versions of the Walter Brooks famous childrens stories are just wonderful. They are about friends helping friends,especially when the going on the Bean farm gets tough! John McDonoughs narration is excellent! His characterizations of Freddy,Jinx the cat and the oily villain of the piece,(Simon the rat),are just amazing. These were my fave childrens series growing up,and John McDonough is THE person to have been chosen to read them. They are all an amazing listen. Thanks!!!
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- Ron

Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-09-2009
  • Publisher: Recorded Books