[share_ebook] The Polar Express [Audiobook] - Chris Van Allsburg, Read By Liam Neeson


Author: Chris Van Allsburg, Read By Liam Neeson

Date: 2000

Pages: 1

Category: Audiobooks


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The Polar Express [Audiobook]


The Polar Express [Audiobook]
Chris Van Allsburg, Read By Liam Neeson | | 2000 | 1 pages | English | MP3

One couldn't select a more delightful and exciting premise for a children's book than the tale of a young boy lying awake on Christmas Eve only to have Santa Claus sweep by and take him on a trip with other children to the North Pole. And one couldn't ask for a more talented artist and writer to tell the story than Chris Van Allsburg. Allsburg, a sculptor who entered the genre nonchalantly when he created a children's book as a diversion from his sculpting, won the 1986 Caldecott Medal for this book, one of several award winners he's produced. The Polar Express rings with vitality and wonder.


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