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Oh, Money! Money!

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(4,743 Sterne; 303 Bewertungen)

Mr. Stanley Fulton is worth millions, but he has no one to leave his money to except some unknown distant cousins. In order to find out how they would handle a fortune, he decides to give each of them $100,000 dollars during his life, and go – incognito - to live in their midst! Who will prove worthy to inherit his millions and will his deception be discovered?

Eleanor H. Porter was an early 20th century author of children’s literature and novels. Her most well known book was “Pollyanna” and it’s sequel, “Pollyanna Grows Up”. (Summary by Maria Therese) (8 hr 46 min)


01 - Exit Mr. Stanley G. Fulton


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

02 - Enter Mr. John Smith


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

03 - The Small Boy at the Keyhole


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

04 - In Search of Some Dates


Read by Phil Chenevert

05 - In Miss Flora's Album


Read by Phil Chenevert

06 - Poor Maggie


Read by Phil Chenevert

07 - Poor Maggie and Some Others


Read by Terra Mendoza

08 - A Santa Claus Held Up


Read by Phil Chenevert

09 - "Dear Cousin Stanley"


Read by Terra Mendoza

10 - What Does it Matter?


Read by Elizabeth Fiedler

11 - Santa Claus Arrives


Read by Elizabeth Fiedler

12 - The Toys Rattle Out


Read by A. J. Carroll

13 - The Dancing Begins


Read by A. J. Carroll

14 - From Me to You With Love


Read by Cate Barratt

15 - In Search of Rest


Read by Cate Barratt

16 - The Fly in the Ointment


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

17 - An Ambassador of Cupid's


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

18 - Just a Matter of Begging


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

19 - Still Other Flies


Read by Linda Lee Paquet

20 - Frankenstein: Being a Letter From John Smith to Edward D. Norton, Attorney…


Read by Zloot

21 - Sympathies Misplaced


Read by garyday

22 - With Every Jim a James


Read by garyday

23 - Reflections - Mirrored and Otherwise


Read by Phil Chenevert

24 - That Miserable Money


Read by Phil Chenevert

25 - Exit Mr. John Smith


Read by Phil Chenevert

26 - Reenter Mr. Stanley G. Fulton


Read by Phil Chenevert



(5 Sterne)

Although I'm generally not drawn in by books read by multiple authors, I was enticed to try this one and I'm ever so glad I did. The book was well read, well written, and kept the attention just as well, too. I would reccomend it to anyone.

Enjoyable Book

(4,5 Sterne)

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I loved the characters and was hoping for some romance to develop, which it did. All the characters were very well developed and I could relate to Flora. Thanks for a job well done to the readers.

Better than Pollyanna imo

(5 Sterne)

It's been a long time since I read Pollyanna or the other one about David, but I think yhis one is better than either of those.'m glad I listened to this because sometimes now I remind myself of Jane Blaisedell. No I don't wear two aprons or have tidies. But the tendency is there. Of course it's prompted by trying to be green as much as trying to save money. Still it must be just as silly. So this story helps me curb it.

Entertaining book!

(4 Sterne)

This was a fun book to listen to. The cousins all take to the money differently and it's fun to see Stanley, I mean John Smith, rethinking the wisdom of his plan as he struggles to find a way out of Hillerton and the mess he has made . . . Well read by a variety of Librivox volunteers. There is not a weak section in the entire book.

A wonderful story.

(5 Sterne)

This is a wonderful story. I loved the characters and the story. It keeps your attention and does not lag. The readers did a great job as well. This is a story to pass onto others to enjoy. It shows the way most people would react if given $100,000.00.

Cute story

(4 Sterne)

This is such a cute story. I find it a bit slow at first, but once "Mr Smith" got into town, it was great! It shows how a windfall of money isn't always the answer to life's problems but sometimes causes even more problems. The readers were all wonderful.

interesting read

(4 Sterne)

I just wish ms porter wd have added one more chapter to the book where Mr Fulton wd reveal himself to his relatives. otherwise it's a very good book with great readers. thanks to the volunteers for bringing it alive

(4 Sterne)

This is an enjoyable story about humanity and the effects of inherited wealth. Not a wonderful literary work, or a dark distopian story, but rather a simple thought provoking and enjoyable tale, with a pleasant ending.