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A COVENANT OF LOVE, by Gilbert Morris, (Appomattox Series Book 1), Read by Maynard Villers
From the first rumblings of unrest and secession in the South, this dramatic saga follows the Rocklins as they experience the intense emotions and spiritual struggles of the Civil War. Even as the nation is ripped apart only to grow stronger, so also is the Rocklin family. The family stands by helplessly as cousins Clay and Gideon Rocklin vie for the hand of beautiful Melanie Benton. And Melanie's choice between the two men starts the rejected suitor on a spiraling descen..
A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST, by Gene Stratton-Porter, Read by Mary Starkey
Sequel to the ever popular FRECKLES, the first book of the Limberlost series. A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST is one of the most popular American novels ever published. It is a warm, moving, richly-human story of a young girl whose kindness and wholesome philosophy enable her to brighten the lives of her many friends, including a spoiled and idle heiress, and a wealthy young man. The story is a true coming-of-age story, of a young girl overcoming obstacles, loss, ..
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A LITTLE PRINCESS, by Frances Hodgson Burnett, Read by Laurie Klein
Another beautifully crafted and nurturing Burnett tale about a young girl growing up, learning humility and compassion...the hard way. Sara Crewe’s young life is filled with wealth and pampering. But when her father dies in India and his wealth is lost, like a hot-house plant cast into the snow her life is reduced to shear survival. Turned into a beggar, her courage and strong-will are all she inherited from her father. This proves to be of greater value t..
A NAME OF HER OWN, by Jane Kirkpatrick, Read by Stephanie Brush
During the fur-trapping era of the early 1800's, Marie Dorion refuses to be left behind in St. Louis when her husband heads West. Faced with hostile landscapes, an untried expedition leader, and her volatile husband, Marie finds that the daring act she hoped would bring her family together may, in the end, tear them apart. History records that on the journey, Marie may have briefly met Sacajawea, the famous interpreter who accompanied Lewis and Clark. She too was married ..
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A PRINCESS OF MARS, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, (Mars Series, Book 1), Read by Jack Sondericker
"Only moments before, I lay in the Arizona cave paralyzed by a strange gas. Now, here I stand on the Arizona bluff, my bodyless spirit gazing at the stars. My attention is drawn to a large red star, Mars, the god of war, and for me, the fighting man, it has always held the power of irresistible enchantment. I closed my eyes, stretched out my arms and was drawn through the trackless immensity of space. There was an instant of extreme cold and utter darkness. I opene..
AFTER THE RAINS, by Deborah Raney, (Natalie Camfield Series, Book 2), Read by Rebecca Cook
Long ago, Natalie's mother faced an agonizing choice between the two people she loved most, and the difficult resolution to her predicament affects Natalie throughout her young life- fueling a season of teenage rebellion that results in tragedy. As a young woman, Natalie attempts to put her troubles behind her, ultimately finding solace in the arms of a man with close ties to the tragedy. Yet neither time nor love can liberate her from the past. Determined to confront her..
AMERICAN HEROES: AMELIA EARHART, by Lori Van Pelt, Read by Kris Faulkner
As a tomboy growing up in Kansas, Amelia Earhart delighted in trying new and risky things, once she even built a roller-coaster in her grandparent’s backyard. In her 20s she fell in love with flight while watching an aerobatics exhibition and grew even more enthralled when she took her first airplane ride. At age 24 she earned her pilot’s wings and in 1928 took part in the transatlantic "Friendship" flight. In 1937 she married publisher George Putnam who..
AMERICAN HEROES: CHIEF JOSEPH, by Candy Moulton, Read by Jerry Sciarrio
Chief Joseph, of the Nez Perce tribe, lived from 1840 to 1904. He became a legend through his heroic efforts to keep his people in their homeland in Oregon’s Wallowa Valley. For years he tried to accommodate encroaching white men on his tribal lands, but finally gave up and attempted, in the fall of 1877, to lead his people safely to Canada. Born in 1840, Joseph was present at the signing of the 1855 treaty, which allowed the tribe to hold on to a five thousand square m..
AMERICAN HEROES: DAVID CROCKETT, by William Groneman III, Read by Rusty Nelson
Perhaps no other figure in American history is more shrouded in myth and legend than David ("Davy") Crockett, the Tennessee frontiersman whose death at the Alamo in 1836 ensured his place in the Valhalla of American heroes. Crockett himself was responsible for much of the folklore about his life. A gregarious, fun-loving man, he was more than capable of spinning tall tales over a "horn" of liquor. But in truth David Crockett was a true self-made man who le..
AMERICAN HEROES: GEORGE WASHINGTON, by James A. Crutchfield, Read by Rusty Nelson
Between 1753, when he was commissioned as a major of Virginia militia, and 1775, when the second Continental Congress named him Commander-in-Chief of all colonial military forces, George Washington rose from anonymity as a minor landowner and surveyor to become America’s first national hero. With little military training he led the thirteen fledgling colonies through six years of grueling war against formidable British forces, steered the proceedings of the Constitution..
ANCIENTS TO MIDDLE AGES by Joe and Sibella Giorello (Great Battles for Boys Series, Book 5), Read by Daniel Giorello
Great Battles for Boys takes kids to the front lines of iconic battles. In this volume of the popular history series, find out which strategies, weapons, and military leaders won – or lost – these famous American fights. And none of it's boring. In this installment, boys travel to the ancient world, following such famous figures as Alexander the Great & Hannibal, learning about the military battles that changed history. Beginning in Ancient Greece, the ..
AND THEN THERE WERE TWO, by Gilbert Morris, (Dani Ross Series, Book 2), Read by Kris Faulkner
Dani has just been given her biggest assignment: protect the wealthy J.T. Denver while finding his potential assassin. For the once ruthless businessman has made many enemies who are not buying Denver's life-changing spiritual side. CD ISBN: 1-58116-575-7 Read by Kris Faulkner Approx. 9.3 Hrs. 9 CDs Rated G ..
ANNE OF AVONLEA, by L.M. Montgomery, (Anne Series, Book 2), Read by Laurie Klein
Sequel to ANNE OF GREEN GABLES. Skinny little red-haired Anne has changed into a pretty sixteen year-old and is all grown-up, well, sort of grown-up. The story opens with Anne as a school teacher at Avonlea school. When Anne reached the school that first morning, she was confronted by prim rows of "shining morning faces". She had sat up until nearly midnight composing a speech which she had revised and improved painstakingly. It was a wonderf..
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ANNE OF GREEN GABLES, by L.M. Montgomery, (Anne Series, Book 1), Read by Laurie Klein
Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert of Green Gables had no intention of adopting the talkative, mischievous, red-headed girl the orphanage in Nova Scotia sent by mistake. What they wanted was a sturdy, sensible boy to help with the chores. Instead, they got eleven year-old Anne Shirley, whose capacity for adventure was only matched by her bright spirit and love of life. Still, there was something about the little girl that gave them second thoughts. She was keen of wit w..
Based on 2 reviews.