In another story, a young boy gladly gives up all of his wages for good advice. His parents think he is a fool, but the good advice leads to wealth and a royal marriage. The enchantment continues in story after story: a clever thief tricks a king for his kingdom and a prince finds his beloved in a houseful of wicked stepsisters. And of course, we listen again to the ancient tale of the weeping woman, La Llorona, who still searches for her drowned children along the riverbanks.
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By Blake on 06-10-13
Joe Hayes is the best of the best.
I grew up in New Mexico, and my Joe Hayes tapes are some if my fondest childhood memories. The man is simply one of the best storytellers alive today (hopefully he's still got a decade or two left in him, but he's getting up there). I'm so happy to be able to see my daughters growing up with these great stories as well. But this program right now. You Wong regret it.
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