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ISBN: 1558006311 / ISBN-13: 9781558006317

Thirteen Clocks


This fairy tale, first published in 1950, tells the story of a cold, cruel Duke who limps around his castle devising impossible and usually fatal ... Show synopsis

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  • The Thirteen Clocks (Audio Literature) – Audiobook cassette (1992)
    by James Thurber, Edward Woodward (Read by)

    The Thirteen Clocks

    Audiobook cassette, Audio Literature

    ISBN: 1558006311
    ISBN-13: 9781558006317

    The Thirteen Clocks is James Thurber's enduring story of life in a castle where time stands still on all the clocks at ten minutes to five. The wicked Duke ignores time and temperature, and the only warmth he understands comes from Princess Saralinda, his fair niece.

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Reviews of Thirteen Clocks

Overall customer rating: 5.000

The ultimate read-aloud book

by Wendy60plus on Jul 27, 2008

Whether you buy this as an audio book or in book form, share it out loud. The near-poetry sings. We were read this so many times as children we could recite it by heart. I am now purchasing it in both forms for my grandchildren. My sister and I recently read it aloud on a long car trip--from the original family first edition she had unearthed. It never gets old and one never gets too old for it.



by BugEyeMidnight on Aug 20, 2007

Aside from being one of my favorite books of all time, The 13 Clocks is a family tradition for me. The story is completely delightful. It is uplifting without being sappy with that Thurber humor and a bit of magic. The artwork by Marc Simont is beautiful and perfect for the tone of the story. A house is not a home without The 13 Clocks. If I could give more than 5 stars, I would.

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