Toni, the Little Woodcarver

Johanna SPYRI (1827 - 1901), translated by Helen B. DOLE (1857 - 1944)

Toni is a little boy who discovers a love for woodcarving. When tragedy strikes and his father dies, Toni does all he can to help his mother Elsbeth. He sets his dream aside to become a woodcarver when the cost to pursue it is out of their means. The only job available for the boy is as a herdsman in the mountains. Cut off from the home he loves, he suffers tremendously and no one can help. Only his mother’s love can turn him around. (Summary by Rainee)

Genre(s): General

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 At Home in the Little Stone Hut Rainee
00:15:55
Play 02 A Hard Sentence Rainee
00:10:21
Play 03 Up In the Mountains Rainee
00:18:45
Play 04 In the Sanitarium Rainee
00:21:25