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KTNA anniversary audio-Kid Tales, The Wind in the Willows

by Deborah Brocke ~ June 7th, 2013

KTNA is celebrating 20 years broadcasting to the Upper Susitna Valley by bringing you audio broadcast during the past two decades. We’re share the past on 88.9 FM on Fridays at 12:35 after Writer’s Almanac.

This week’s audio is an excerpt from chapter 2 of the Wind in the Willows, read by Jessica Stevens, and produced by Diane Ziegner. Jessica read this entire classic of children’s literature by Kenneth Grahame on KTNA’s program Kid Tales. It was aired in the spring and summer of 2003. Audio is a half hour long.

Kid Tales, Wind in the Willows1

Kid Tales, Wind in the Willows2

Jessica Stevens died in a car accident in June of 2007.

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