Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
2001 Parent’s Choice Silver Award
“The St. Charles Players superbly present the essence of Mark Twain’s 1884 classic in this Radio Theatre rendition. It would appeal to teachers or librarians who are looking for a lively way to introduce the classics.
- School Library Journal
“Recommended. Fine performances bring the characters to vibrant life in this fresh adaptation.”
- Video Librarian
“A rewarding, entertaining, highly recommended addition to any personal, school or community library collection.”
- Children’s Bookwatch
Presented by the St. Charles Players
Cast off on a raft with a runaway slave down the great Mississippi and a boy couldn't dream of a greater adventure. With each bend of the river, each town, comes a chance encounter, perhaps with a king or duke wrapped in the schemes of scoundrels or a young girl caught amidst a family feud. On a journey with a friend dreaming of freedom, it's full of mischief, full of fun, and the adventures of a lifetime.
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