• by Harriet E. Weaver
  • Narrated by Roses Prichard
  • 7 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An orphaned raccoon named Frosty and a strong-willed salmon called Indomitable are the stars of these 2 stories about amazing animals who survive despite scary circumstances. In Frosty, Harriet Weaver, the only female ranger in California's Big Basin Redwood Park, finds orphan Frosty and adopts the baby raccoon. She soon finds that Frosty is not only intelligent - he's mischievous, too. But his antics bring new joy to Harriet's life, which makes it all worthwhile. Indomitable is the story of a salmon who is a member of Prairie Creek Hatchery's Class of '64. One day, the whole class disappears. Where they went remains a mystery, until a morning of utter amazement 2 months later.


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Absolutely charming!

I picked this title because I loved the narrator's rendition of "To Kill a Mockingbird", and I wasn't disappointed in these stories! The tale of Frosty the raccoon gives a wonderful glimpse of a ranger's life several decades ago, and her relationship with this mischievious and charming character. The story of Indominable was surprisingly interesting - after all, how many stories have salmon protagonists? - and I was sorry when the stories were over. I will definitely listen to them again, and hope to hear more from this narrator!
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- Anne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-1999
  • Publisher: Books on Tape