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Stories to Stir the Imagination

Living Adventures from American History

Living Adventures from the Bible

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Stories to Stir the Imagination:
VOLUME 1

Running Time: 1 Hour
CD's $18.95

The Emperor’s New Clothes

The delightful story of how a little boy was the only one in a crowd of worshippers who was honest enough to say that the emperor’s “magic new clothes” were really no clothes at all.

Toads And Diamonds

The fascinating tory of two sisters. One sister, by helping a mysterious old lady at a fountain, was given the power to spout a diamond out of her mouth. The other sister, who never helped anyone, spouted only a toad.

The Story Of William Tell

A children’s favorite of how a mighty bowman saved his country’s freedom by splitting an apple on his brave son’s head with his bow and arrow.

The Golden Touch

The dramatized story of how a greedy king loved gold so much that he wished everything he touched would turn into gold. When his wish was granted, he embraced his golden-haired daughter, and she became a gold statue.


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Stories to Stir the Imagination:
VOLUME 2

Running Time: 1 Hour
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Androcles And The Lion

An all-time favorite story of how a slave named Androcles, by plucking a thorn out of a lion’s paw, saved his own life when he was thrown to the lions years later before thousands of cheering people in the Roman Coliseum.

The Ugly Duckling

An inspiring story of how a little duckling who was born ugly, and was badly treated by all the other ducks in the barnyard, suffered through a long cold winter, to emerge come spring as a beautiful swan.

A Mad Tea Party

A hilarious telling of the classic “A Mad Tea Party” of how little Alice outsmarted the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the sleepy Dormouse in Wonderland.

The Dutch Boy And The Dike

Another all-time favorite of how a little boy saved his country of Holland from the rampaging ocean, by sticking his finger into a dangerous leaking hole in the dike that protected his country.


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Stories to Stir the Imagination:
VOLUME 3

Running Time: 1 Hour
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Pandora’s Box

Long, long ago there lived a girl named Pandora. One day a beautiful mysterious box was left in her cottage. She was warned not to open it.... but she did open the box and all of a sudden a swarm of hideous ugly creatures flew out, bringing to us a story about pain, suffering and hope.

The Fisherman And His Wife

The story of a poor fisherman’s family and a magic flounder who said he could grant anything they wanted. It’s a story that touches on the important lessons about greed and temptation.

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

A young shepherd wanted excitement, so he ran through his town shouting, “A wolf is attacking my sheep.” This classic tale shows us all the importance of honesty and truthfulness.

The Nutcracker And The Mouse King

The fabulous Christmas story of the fantastic dream of a little girl named Marie. This is the story about an army of mice led by the evil Mouse King attacking her precious Nutcracker, her favorite Christmas toy.

 


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Living Adventures from American History: VOLUME 1

Running Time: 1 Hour
CD's $18.95

Paul Revere –
“The Midnight Ride for Freedom”

Paul Revere’s historic ride through the North End of Boston that sparked the American Revolution for freedom from King George of England.

Two Soldiers –
“One Winter’s Day at Valley Forge”

The dramatic story of how two shivering young soldiers kept America’s hopes alive during the bitter cold winter at Valley Forge.

Molly Pitcher –
“The Lady with the Cannon”

The inspirational story of how a teenage girl in pigtails, carrying only a pitcher, was the true winner in America’s vital victory in the Battle of Monmouth.

Nathan Hale –
“The Spy who Died a Hero”

A passionate story of how a young American officer sacrificed his life to safeguard George Washington’s fight for freedom.

 


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Living Adventures from American History: VOLUME 2

Running Time: 1 Hour
CD's $18.95

Betsy Ross –
“The Star-Spangled Lady”

A heart warming story of how a young seamstress in Philadelphia created the first American flag that united the thirteen colonies in their fight for freedom.

Crispus Attucks –
“The Martyr of the Boston Massacre”

The inspirational story of how the son of a slave became the first man to die for freedom in the American Revolution, five years before the Revolution began.

Benjamin Franklin –
“The Wise Man with Crazy Ideas”

The amazing story of how one of the wisest men in American history dedicated his long life to wild and wonderful ideas that created a free America.

 


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Living Adventures from American History: VOLUME 3

Running Time: 1 Hour +
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The Life And Times Of George Washington "The Hero That Fathered America"

Part 1- The American Revolution

This is the heroic story of America’s Fight for Freedom from King George of England, told from the military genius, the unbeatable spirit, and rugged leadership of George Washington, the hero who made it all happen. Many times during the eight-year struggle, the fight seemed hopeless, yet George Washington fought on, and proved to the mighty countries of France and Germany that George’s thrown-together army of farmers, shopkeepers, and patrolmen was strong enough to defeat the British redcoats, who were considered the world’s most powerful army at that time.Be sure to get all 3 parts, for a full understanding of George Washington, the Hero that Fathered America.

 


Living Adventures from American History: VOLUME 4

Running Time: 1 Hour +
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The Life And Times Of George Washington "The Hero That Fathered America"

Part 2- America's Fight For Freedom

After being defeated at Germantown and Brandywine, Pa., George Washington and his army of 11,000 men spent the winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge. More then 3,000 men died there of extreme cold, hunger and sickness.What kept them going?George Washington’s leadership, Baron Von Steubin’s training, and the news that general Burgoyne’s Red Coats had been licked at Saratoga. Now France openly joined the war against Great Britain.“No news was received with more heartfelt joy”, said George.This was the turning point of the revolutionary war.Be sure to get all 3 parts, for a full understanding of George Washington, the Hero that Fathered America.

 


Living Adventures from American History: VOLUME 5

Running Time: 1 Hour +
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The Life And Times Of George Washington "The Hero That Fathered America"

Part 3- The Presidency

After being defeated at Germantown and Brandywine, Pa., George Washington and his army of 11,000 men spent the winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge. More then 3,000 men died there of extreme cold, hunger and sickness.What kept them going?George Washington’s leadership, Baron Von Steubin’s training, and the news that general Burgoyne’s Red Coats had been licked at Saratoga. Now France openly joined the war against Great Britain.“No news was received with more heartfelt joy”, said George.This was the turning point of the revolutionary war.Be sure to get all 3 parts, for a full understanding of George Washington, the Hero that Fathered America.

 


Living Adventures from the Bible
VOLUME 1

Running Time: 1 Hour
CD's $18.95

David And Goliath

The famous story of how a young boy named David protected ancient Israel from the Philistine enemy by killing their leader, the giant Goliath, with a single stone from his Slingshot.

The Good Samaritan

The inspirational story of how a Jewish boy’s life was saved by a Samaritan, who rescued the boy after he was badly beaten by a gang of ruffians in a mountain pass.

The Prodigal Son

The heartfelt story of a father hose love for his two sons was badly split. One son took off on a life of riotous living, while the other son stayed home and worked hard on the family farm.

Jonah And The Whale

The fascinating story of how God told Jonah to go warn the people of the ancient city of Nineveh to change their evil ways or face destruction. At first, Jonah refused to go, but changed his mind after being swallowed by a monster fish.

 


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Living Adventures from the Bible
VOLUME 2

Running Time: 1 Hour
CD's $18.95

The Lost Sheep

As night closed in on the lonely shepherd, he could see that one of his flock was missing. This is the story of his valiant search and rescue of the lamb trapped in a rocky valley.

Esther, The Heroic Queen

The dramatic story of Esther, the young Jewish bride of the king of ancient Persia, now called Iran. Esther had heard that the king’s wicked minister, Haman, was plotting to kill her people. She exposed Haman to the king, and Haman was hanged in the city square.

Daniel In The Lions’ Den

When the heathen King Nebuchadnezzar conquered Jerusalem two thousand years ago, he took a religious young Jewish man named Daniel back to the city of Babylon. This is the story of Daniel’s refusal to worship the King’s idols and his faith in God.

The Fiery Furnace

The story of Daniel’s three friends King Nebuchadnezzar also brought three friends of Daniel back to Babylon. Like Daniel they refused to worship the king’s golden idols.

 


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Living Adventures from the Bible
VOLUME 3

Running Time: 1 Hour
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The Talents

A rich man once gave three of his servants gold coins called talents, so they could go out and set up a business of their own. One servant bought a loom to make beautiful fabrics, and he did very well. The second servant bought a potter’s wheel to make beautiful pottery, and he, too, did very well. But the third servant buried his talent in the earth and made nothing at all ... and even lost his servant’s job.

Ruth And Naomi

Israel once suffered a dreadful drought, which forced a mother named Naomi to move her family to the heathen country of Moab where there was plenty of water. There they met a wonderful woman named Ruth, who helped them to start a new life. Years later Naomi returned home to Israel, accompanied by Ruth, who now believed in the God of Israel.

Joseph And His Brothers

Of his twelve sons, the mighty Jacob loved his eleventh, Joseph, most of all ... which made the ten other sons dislike, even hate, Joseph...especially after Jacob had made him a beautiful coat. A wonderful lesson about jealousy and true love.

 


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