The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins: A Radio Adaptation from the Voice of Yogi Bear! Audible Audiobook – Original recording
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|Listening Length||29 minutes|
|Author||Dr. Seuss, Daws Butler - adaptation|
|Narrator||Don Butler, Chas Butler|
|Audible.in Release Date||07 July 2015|
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#14,241 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals)
#2 in Audiobooks on Cats for Children
#5 in Audiobooks on Royalty for Children
#11 in Audiobook Beginner Readers for Children
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An early Seuss story but full of the Dr's inimitable ...Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 January 2018
An early Seuss story but full of the Dr's inimitable humour and wit, both in the words and the drawings.
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Dr suess bookReviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 January 2015
Item as described,well wrapped and speedy delivery. Many thanx ...
Four StarsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 February 2016
it's great I think I should have ordered it in hardback though
S. B. Fraser
The dark side to Dr. SeussReviewed in Canada on 23 April 2019
I had this sent to my granddaughter because I have very strong memories of reading this when I was in kindergarten. I felt a twinge of nostalgia when I saw it offered on Amazon. What I forgot was that in kindergarten I could not read - I just looked at the pictures. Apparently, the story involves a king threatening the beheading of Bartholomew Cubbins, the main character - I just thought it was about a guy with lots of hats. Ooops! Dr. Seuss could get dark sometimes.
Very DARK story.Reviewed in Canada on 5 August 2020
This is the book for you grandchildren IF you want them to read about a boy being abducted by a king, having arrows shot at him (by an archer and by the king’s nephew), being brought to a dungeon to have his head cut off, and almost being pushed over the castle turret by the king’s nephew. The good news is that the king bought the boy’s hat for a pittance and the boy went home happy.