- How long is the hobbit audiobook?
- What age should read the Hobbit?
- Why is Hobbit banned?
- Should I read Hobbit or LotR first?
- How many pages is the Hobbit book?
- How long is the two towers audiobook?
- Is The Hobbit suitable for 10 year olds?
- Is Hobbit easy to read?
- Is the Lord of the Rings hard to read?
- Which hobbit audiobook is best?
- Is The Hobbit film suitable for 10 year olds?
- Can adults read The Hobbit?
How long is the hobbit audiobook?
11 hours and 5 minutesProduct detailsListening Length11 hours and 5 minutesPublisherRecorded BooksProgram TypeAudiobookVersionUnabridgedLanguageEnglish6 more rows.
What age should read the Hobbit?
8Parents need to know that, of J.R.R. Tolkien’s many excellent books, The Hobbit is the better choice for tweens. It makes a great read-aloud for kids 8 and up and read-alone for 10 or 11 and up. Kids younger than 8 will probably have a tough time with both the vocabulary and some of the violence.
Why is Hobbit banned?
The book was banned several times over the years, most notably in 2001 in Alamagordo, New Mexico where a Christian rights group held a book burning. The themes of friendship and striving against adversity were lost among those looking for witchcraft and “satanic themes,” so the book has suffered.
Should I read Hobbit or LotR first?
Chronologically it comes before The Lord of the Rings, and it introduces major characters and lays the groundwork for LotR. You can skip The Hobbit or read it after LotR, but many things in LotR will make more sense if you read The Hobbit first. Once you’ve finished The Hobbit, read The Lord of the Rings.
How many pages is the Hobbit book?
310first editionThe Hobbit, or There and Back Again/Page count
How long is the two towers audiobook?
Product detailsListening Length16 hours and 40 minutesPublisherRecorded BooksProgram TypeAudiobookVersionUnabridgedLanguageEnglish6 more rows
Is The Hobbit suitable for 10 year olds?
Overall, we feel that ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ is likely to be suitable for most children aged 9 and over, especially those who are used to watching adventure films. Some parts are violent and scary but they are not prolonged and will probably be quickly forgotten.
Is Hobbit easy to read?
Adams, Tolkien reader since 1968. I don’t know what you’re used to, but The Hobbit is a light, easy read intended for children. The Lord of the Rings is much more slow-moving, with fairly long descriptions of the landscape and the weather, big sections of history, and a lot of poetry.
Is the Lord of the Rings hard to read?
The stories, characters, and world can be hard to conceptualize for young readers, but the actual language is not incredibly difficult. I do think someone who is very comfortable with English will appreciate the delicate word choice and rhythm of the books, but you shouldn’t have any trouble understanding them.
Which hobbit audiobook is best?
One is an original language version by Rob Inglis, who also made audiobook versions of “Lord of the Rings” and of the three books of the original “Earthsea” trilogy (but in fact nothing else, as far as I can see – he must have been very selective). Inglis’ version of “The Hobbit” is very good.
Is The Hobbit film suitable for 10 year olds?
The short answer is no. The somewhat longer answer is: if they’re 12 or older or enthusiastic about disgusting and frightening creatures and intense action and battle sequences, then you’re probably okay. The movie has a PG-13 rating and you should take the rating seriously.
Can adults read The Hobbit?
No. The hobbit was wrote for children but the LOTR will make adults be moved. You may be more enjoyable reading the hobbit after the LOTR, ’cause the hobbit is the embryo while the LOTR is the great fantasy world.