COMPLETE [DR] Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling-mas

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wib66
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Post by wib66 » February 2nd, 2016, 3:04 pm

Thanks Rachel

11 and 12 are ready for their PL then if we are all OK it will be good to go to the catalogue.
Michele

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It's much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it. From Anna Karenina

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Post by wib66 » February 2nd, 2016, 3:05 pm

MaryAnn here is the cast list ready for the catalogue

MC: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/3645 "> MaryAnn </a><br>
BC, Editor<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7026 "> Michele Eaton </a><br>
PL<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>

How the Whale got His Throat
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Whale: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Stute Fish:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Mariner:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10180 "> Bob Scott </a><br>

How the Camel got His Hump

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Camel: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9041 "> Gideon Snow </a><br>
Horse:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Dog:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Ox: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Djinn: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>

How the Rhinoceros got his Skin

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Rhinoceros: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Parsee Man:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>


How the Leopard got his Spots
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Leopard: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Ethiopian: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Baviaan: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Zebra:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Giraffe: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9041 "> Gideon Snow </a><br>

The Elephants Child
Narrator: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/543 "> Ted Delorme</a><br>
Elephant's Child:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Kolokolo Bird:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Python:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Crocodile: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Baboon: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>


The Sing Song of Old Man Kangaroo

Narrator: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8799 "> Peter Tucker </a><br>
Kangaroo: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/4705 "> Algy Pug </a><br>
Dingo:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Nquong: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Nqa: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Nquing:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>

The Beginning of the Armadillos

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Mother Jaguar:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Painted Jaguar: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Hedgehog: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Tortoise:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10180 "> Bob Scott </a><br>


How the First Letter was Written

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 1789 "> Vin Reilly </a><br>
Taffy:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Tegumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6754 "> ToddHW </a><br>
Teshumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Tewara Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/167 "> Peter Yearsley </a><br>
Head Chief: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Tribal Lady 1:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Tribal Lady 2:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Tribal Lady 3:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>

How the Alphabet was Made

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 1789 "> Vin Reilly </a><br>
Taffy:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Tegumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6754 "> ToddHW </a><br>
Teshumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>

The Crab that Played with the Sea

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Pau Amma The Crab: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10289 "> Tony Addison </a><br>
Magician: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Girl:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Elephant: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Cow: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9881 "> Roohi </a><br>
Beaver:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Turtle:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9647 "> Joseph Tabler </a><br>
Fisherman: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/167 "> Peter Yearsley </a><br>
Rat:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>

The Cat that Walked by Himself

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Cat:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Woman:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Wild Dog: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Wild Horse:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Bat:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10180 "> Bob Scott </a><br>


The Butterfly that Stamped

Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Suleiman-bin-Daoud: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Balkis:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
butterfly: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Butterfly's Wife:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Egyptian Queen: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Ethiopian Queen: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9881 "> Roohi </a><br>
Persian Queen:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Animal From the Deep: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9041 "> Gideon Snow </a><br>
Michele

Family matters means I will be away for a while and will catch up on my return.
It's much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it. From Anna Karenina

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Post by MaryAnnSpiegel » February 2nd, 2016, 6:55 pm

Thanks Michele. I've added that to the catalog record. For your reference, here's how I edited your code when I added it to the book description you had already entered.:

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The Just So Stories generally have the theme of a particular animal being altered from an original form to its current form by the acts of human kind or some magical being. Whale has a tiny throat because he swallowed a mariner, who tied a raft inside to block the whale from swallowing other men. The Camel has a hump given to him by a djinn as punishment for the camel's refusing to work (the hump allows the camel to work longer between times of eating).  And so on throughout the book. A fun collection of stories with something for everyone  Summary by Michele Eaton <br><br>
Editor<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7026 "> Michele Eaton </a><br>
<b>How the Whale got His Throat</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Whale: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Stute Fish:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Mariner:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10180 "> Bob Scott </a><br>
<br><b>How the Camel got His Hump</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Camel: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9041 "> Gideon Snow </a><br>
Horse:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Dog:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Ox: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Djinn: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
<br><b>How the Rhinoceros got his Skin</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Rhinoceros: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Parsee Man:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
<br><b>How the Leopard got his Spots</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Leopard: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Ethiopian: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Baviaan: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Zebra:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Giraffe: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9041 "> Gideon Snow </a><br>
<br><b>The Elephants Child</b><br>
Narrator: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/543 "> Ted Delorme</a><br>
Elephant's Child:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Kolokolo Bird:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Python:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Crocodile: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Baboon: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
<br><b>The Sing Song of Old Man Kangaroo</b><br>
Narrator: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8799 "> Peter Tucker </a><br>
Kangaroo: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/4705 "> Algy Pug </a><br>
Dingo:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Nquong: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Nqa: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Nquing:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
<br><b>The Beginning of the Armadillos</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Mother Jaguar:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Painted Jaguar: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Hedgehog: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Tortoise:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10180 "> Bob Scott </a><br>
<br><b>How the First Letter was Written</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 1789 "> Vin Reilly </a><br>
Taffy:<a href=" https://librivox<br>.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Tegumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6754 "> ToddHW </a><br>
Teshumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Tewara Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/167 "> Peter Yearsley </a><br>
Head Chief: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Tribal Lady 1:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Tribal Lady 2:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Tribal Lady 3:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
<br><b>How the Alphabet was Made</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 1789 "> Vin Reilly </a><br>
Taffy:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Tegumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6754 "> ToddHW </a><br>
Teshumai: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
<br><b>The Crab that Played with the Sea</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Pau Amma The Crab: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10289 "> Tony Addison </a><br>
Magician: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Girl:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Elephant: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Cow: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9881 "> Roohi </a><br>
Beaver:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Turtle:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9647 "> Joseph Tabler </a><br>
Fisherman: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/167 "> Peter Yearsley </a><br>
Rat:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
<br><b>The Cat that Walked by Himself</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Cat:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Woman:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Man: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Wild Dog: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Wild Horse:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
Bat:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10180 "> Bob Scott </a><br>
<br><b>The Butterfly that Stamped</b><br>
Narrator:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 6281 "> Beth Thomas </a><br>
Suleiman-bin-Daoud: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 10396 "> John Burlinson </a><br>
Balkis:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9872"> Newgatenovelist </a><br>
butterfly: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9040 "> E Snow </a><br>
Butterfly's Wife:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 7356 "> Rachel </a><br>
Egyptian Queen: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/6548 "> Kristin Gjerløw </a><br>
Ethiopian Queen: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/ 9881 "> Roohi </a><br>
Persian Queen:<a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/8883 "> Lydia </a><br>
Animal From the Deep: <a href=" https://librivox.org/reader/9041 "> Gideon Snow </a><br><br>
I made the following changes:
set off each story title with <b></b> so it's bold,
add an extra break <br> between stories for readability
delete the extra lines - while they help visually, it's better to use the <br> code to indicate line breaks so that things come out the way we intend them to look both on the catalog page and at archive. I may still have to remove the line breaks (I mean, run everything together into a single line) for the archive formatting to work out .. . I don't remember until I see it each time. I'll let you know.

I also deleted the reference to you as BC (but left in your editor credit) and Rachel as PL as both of those credits will be in the pane on the left side of the catalog page.

This has moved along very quickly. Great job everyone! This is going to be a great add to the catalog.

MaryAnn

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Post by SweetPea » February 2nd, 2016, 9:50 pm

Stories 10-12 are PL OK, and we're finished! Thanks for letting me be part of this project, I really enjoyed it! :D
Rachel

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Post by MaryAnnSpiegel » February 3rd, 2016, 6:31 am

This project is now complete. All audio files can be found on our catalog page here: https://librivox.org/just-so-stories-ver-6-by-rudyard-kipling/

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Post by wib66 » February 3rd, 2016, 12:34 pm

Great work everyone thank you to all those who have contributed and helped out on this one it was a lot of fun. Off to my next adventure. :9: :clap: :thumbs:
Michele

Family matters means I will be away for a while and will catch up on my return.
It's much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it. From Anna Karenina

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