This is a brief compilation of folktales. The two storytellers use overlapping delivery, crisp dialogue, as well as songs and instrumentals to enliven their stories. I liked the fact that these stories were new, not just old folktales rehashed where you could guess the ending. The audio production had too wide of a range in volume with bursts of loudness, so I found myself, reaching over to turn the sound down to save my ears and then turning it back up (minor complaint).
Our nonfiction challenge this month has me exploring some material that I might otherwise never have tried, I’m enjoying it.