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A BOY IN HIDING, by Stan Rubens, Read by Cameron Beierle
A poignant, true-survival story of a young boy who hid for years underground in Holland during World War II. A Boy In Hiding sheds a light on the difficult road that laid ahead for Anne Frank – had she survived. Now, sixty years later, Rubens gives a voice to the young boy, who – despite the hard time and difficulties he encountered, never lost his positive view on life. CD ..
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A HEART LIKE MINE, by Cindy Valenti-Scinto, Read by Cindy Valenti-Scinto
In September 2001, Cindy Valenti-Scinto, a healthy young woman, suffered a heart attack that was only the beginning of a grueling seven-year journey through heart disease. Four years later, after forty operations and several brushes with death, Cindy received a miraculous heart transplant that saved her life. Cindy relied on the Lord as her strength through all the trials and pain, providing her many opportunities to share His love with others. Her story is not only inspiring..
A PRISON OF MY OWN, by Diane Nichols, Read by Kris Faulkner
Infidelity. Deceit. Murder. Faith. Forgiveness. Restoration. One of the most remarkable true stories you’ll ever read. Diane Nichols received repeated phone calls from a stranger. The female caller mocked and ridiculed her, eventually disclosing the most painful news a wife could hear: Diane’s husband, John, was having an affair with the nineteen-year-old caller. Diane couldn’t imagine anything worse, but that was before she confronted her husband. The next ..
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..
AMERICAN HEROES: JOHN MUIR, by Rod Miller, Read by Rusty Nelson
In 1849, 11-year-old John Muir emigrated from Scotland to America. Here, he rose from farmer and sawmill worker to become a noted authority on the botany, glaciers, and forestry of the nation's wilderness. Best known for his long association with the Yosemite Valley and Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, Muir also explored, mostly afoot, the southern states, Alaska, the Great Basin, and the Mojave Desert. His studies took him around the world and generated volumes of ..
AMERICAN HEROES: MARY EDWARDS WALKER,  by Dale L. Walker, Read by Kris Faulkner
Mary Edwards Walker (1832-1919) defied the conventions of her era. Born and raised on a farm in Oswego, New York, Walker became one of a handful of female physicians in the nation-and became a passionate believer in the rights of women. She campaigned for women’s suffrage and against traditional male-dominated marriage vows, and any issue involving the sublimation of her sex. From the outset of the Civil War, Walker volunteered her services as a physician. Despite almos..
ANGEL FIRE, by Ron Franscell, Read by Kent Kimball
A stunning literary debut listed by the San Francisco Chronicle among the 100 Best Novels of the 20th Century West (No. 74) A modern classic that continues to gather a loyal readership, ANGEL FIRE is a haunting tale of two brothers on separate odysseys of self-discovery. Twenty-four years after war correspondent Daniel McLeod is killed in a Viet Cong ambush, his only brother Cassidy is mysteriously drawn to their Wyoming hometown, where he must confront a lifetime of his ..
ASCENSION, by Douglas D. Brown, Read by Jerry Sciarrio
Ascension is a political coming of age story that captures the energy and fun of a down to the wire election. In 1995, Ben Jones is a fifth year senior at East Central Louisiana University in Ascension, Louisiana. While trying to graduate from college, he naively runs for the legislature to fill a government studies requirement. But Ben still doesn't know what he wants to do with his life. Ben's opponent, Jack Tassin, is the sixteen year incumbent. T..
BIG SKY FRONTIER STORIES, by Colonel "Bo" Bottomly, (Colonel Bo Series, Book 4), Read by Colonel "Bo" Bottomly
This audiobook details the youthful adventures of Colonel Heath "Bo" Bottomly. 1. MY LAST BUFFALO Growing up in Chinook, Montana, Heath "Bo"Bottomly befriends a Nez Perce boy, Little Bear. Together, Heath, Little Bear and Little Bear's grandfather, Black Feather, travel to the site of the Battle of the Bear Paw, the Nez Perce's Last Stand, against the U.S. Cavalry, in October, 1877. 2/3. KID CURRY'S LAST RIDE PART I & II In 1928, f..
BOLD SPIRIT, by Linda Lawrence Hunt, Read by Pat Stien
Desperate. Determined. Unwaveringly confident. In 1896, a Norwegian immigrant named Helga Estby dares to cross 3500 miles of the American continent to win a $10,000 wager. On foot. A mother of eight living children, she attempts to save her family's homestead in Eastern Washington after the 1893 depression had ravaged the American economy. Fearing homelessness and family poverty, Helga responds to a wager from a mysterious sponsor, casts off the cultural corsets..
CENTRAL ASIA WAR JOURNAL, by Colonel "Bo" Bottomly, (Colonel Bo Series, Book 1), Read by Colonel "Bo" Bottomly
Part 1: Kurgyz-Knot Assignment In 1991, Col. "Bo" was sent an urgent message to attend a National Security Council meeting at Camp David with Henry Kissinger and Alexander Haig. There he learned he was assigned to the Negotiation Team of the Persian Gulf Command. He was to appear as a stand by co-pilot for the supply run for the Persian Gulf Island Airdrome, but in truth was undercover to take part in secret talks with Kuwait and Saudi officials, which marked the..
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