The Wouldbegoods, Being the Further Adventures of the Treasure Seekers

E. NESBIT (1858 - 1924)

The Bastable children, first met in The Treasure Seekers, are sent to stay in the countryside; is it large enough to contain their exuberant activities? They (and Pincher the dog) have every intention of being good... (Description by Alan Chant)

All chapters were read by Hazel and Alan Chant.

Genre(s): Children's Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter 1. The Jungle Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:31:50
Play 02 Chapter 2. The Wouldbegoods Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:38:15
Play 03 Chapter 3. Bill's Tombstone Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:33:32
Play 04 Chapter 4. The Tower of Mystery Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:39:13
Play 05 Chapter 5. The Waterworks Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:43:39
Play 06 Chapter 6. The Circus Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:40:11
Play 07 Chapter 7. Being Beavers; or, The Young Explorers (Arctic or Otherwise) Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:39:14
Play 08 Chapter 8. The High-Born Babe Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:31:54
Play 09 Chapter 9. Hunting the Fox Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:36:59
Play 10 Chapter 10. The Sale of Antiquities Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:37:34
Play 11 Chapter 11. The Benevolent Bar Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:31:18
Play 12 Chapter 12. The Canterbury Pilgrims Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:38:28
Play 13 Chapter 13. The Dragon's Teeth; or, Army Seed Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:40:54
Play 14 Chapter 14. Albert's Uncle's Grandmother; or, The Long-Lost Alan Chant
Hazel Chant
00:36:51