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Nine-year-old Hannibal, having recently lost his parents, moves in with his widowed grandfather and enjoys the warm, subtle teachings of a man who is humble yet loved by all.
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Larry Barkdull is the award-winning author of many books, including a World War II era novel entitled Cold Train Coming, and The Shepherd s Song, a Christmas novella. He is a regular contributor for Meridian Magazine. He and his wife, Elizabeth, are the parents of ten children and reside in Orem, Utah.From AudioFile:
Nine-year-old Hannibal Huish is orphaned and lives with his recently widowed grandfather, Pop, who teaches Hannibal about love and the "right" things to do in life. David Hunter reads in a quiet, even voice the didactic stories and parables that represent Pop's method of teaching Hannibal. The grandson and a neighbor boy are sometimes mischievous; they're mostly children who are exploring the world and learning about right and wrong. Hunter conveys Pop's love and firm hand with a slightly stricter voice in contrast to the voice of the youthful Hannibal. The moralistic concepts are lightly veiled Christian concepts of honesty, respect and love. M.B.K. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Macmillan Audio, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1559274816