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  1. How to Own the Room: Women and the Art of Brilliant Speaking Audiobook How to Own the Room: Women and the Art of Brilliant Speaking
  2. Between the World and Me Audiobook Between the World and Me
  3. The Gates of Athens: Book One of Athenian Audiobook The Gates of Athens: Book One of Athenian
  4. Written in Blood Audiobook Written in Blood
  5. The Giver of Stars: Fall in love with the enchanting Sunday Times bestseller from the author of Me B Audiobook The Giver of Stars: Fall in love with the enchanting Sunday Times bestseller from the author of Me B
  6. The Last Widow Audiobook The Last Widow
  7. Daughters of Cornwall Audiobook Daughters of Cornwall
  8. How Do We Know We're Doing It Right?: Essays on Modern Life Audiobook How Do We Know We're Doing It Right?: Essays on Modern Life
  9. The Facilitator Audiobook The Facilitator
  10. The Lying Life of Adults Audiobook The Lying Life of Adults
Melting Stones Audiobook

Melting Stones

Author: Tamora Pierce Narrator: Grace Kelly Release Date: February 2003

New York Times Bestselling Author Tamora Pierce has done something unprecedented for an author of her stature-written the newest novel in her Circle of Magic universe to go directly to audio. There will be no print version for at least a year! It's the story of Evvy, the young stone mage introduced in Pierce's bestselling Street Magic, who accompanies her guardian Rosethorn on a mission to Starns Island to study a mysterious plant die-off. with her magic-and the help of Luvo, one of Tamora Pierce's most original creations-the girl discovers a threat far greater than anyone could have imagined. Preventing disaster may cost Evvy her life. Even more frightening, from her point of view, it may require her to melt her own hard heart, and open herself to human contact.

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Wolf Shadows Audiobook

Wolf Shadows

Author: Mary Casanova Narrator: Johnny Heller Release Date: January 2003

In the forests of Minnesota, wolves are making a comeback. This has many people worried and some people mad. Hunters think wolves are "stealing"" their deer, and every so often the wolves get through a fence and kill livestock. But wolves are a threatened species, and killing one means big fines and even jail time. When Seth Jacobson's best friend Matt seems to lose his favorite calf in an attack, Matt is furious. He takes his frustration out by shooting an innocent wolf while Seth watches helplessly. Now Seth has an important decision to make. Is friendship more important than upholding the law? Minnesota resident Mary Casanova has encountered wolves more than once in her life, and her vivid descriptions of the frozen wilderness make this story wonderfully realistic. As he did for Casanova's Moose Tracks (RB# 96585), narrator Johnny Heller perfectly voices all the emotions of a youngster facing difficult choices.

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What Happened on Planet Kid Audiobook

What Happened on Planet Kid

Author: Jane Leslie Conly Narrator: Kate Forbes Release Date: January 2003

At her aunt and uncle's farm in the summer of 1958, 12-year-old Dawn and her new friend Charlotte create their own private world: Planet Kid. Away from whiny brothers and nosy neighbor boys, they pass one carefree day after another. But as dark secrets from the adult world creep into Planet Kid, Dawn must make some tough choices-choices that could mean life or death for her friend. In this moving, insightful novel, Newbery Honor author Jane Leslie Conly captures both the innocent simplicity and the haunting complexity of growing up.

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The Million Dollar Shot Audiobook

The Million Dollar Shot

Author: Dan Gutman Narrator: Johnny Heller Release Date: January 2003

Eddie "Air" Ball wants to win the Finkle Foods poetry contest for a chance to sink a million-dollar free throw at halftime of the NBA finals. He knows he can make the shot, no problem. He's not so sure he can write a winning poem, though. Luckily, Eddie has the help of his best friend, Annie "Oakley" Stokely. Not only is Annie as good at shooting baskets as Eddie is, she also knows a lot about writing poems. Together, the two friends might have a chance to win the money that will help their parents move them out of their trailer park homes. With entertaining books like Babe and Me and The Kid Who Ran for President, Dan Gutman has become one of the most popular writers of young adult titles around. Johnny Heller's narration hits nothing but net in this engaging tale of basketball and life.

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Silverwing Audiobook


Author: Kenneth Oppel Narrator: John McDonough Release Date: January 2003

Shade, a young silverwing bat, is the runt of his colony. Determined to show how brave he is, Shade breaks one of the ancient rules that governs the bats. As punishment, owls burn the bats' roost, forcing them to migrate earlier than normal. While on the trip south to the Hibernaculum, Shade becomes separated from his flock during a rain storm. His destination is millions of wing beats away. Now he must find a way to make the journey on his own. Along the way, he'll meet up with bats of different species--some friendly, some not. Shade will have to learn quickly which ones to trust if he's ever going to see his family again. A Smithsonian Notable Book for Children, Silverwing combines action, fantasy and factual information on bats into an unforgettable tale. John McDonough's soaring narration brings Shade and and his colony to life.

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Anne of Avonlea Audiobook

Anne of Avonlea

Author: L.M. Montgomery Narrator: Susan O'Malley Release Date: January 2003

The orphan girl Anne Shirley, now grown, returns to Avonlea to teach in the same village where she herself studied.

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Audiobook

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Author: Lewis Carroll Narrator: A Full Cast, David Thorn Release Date: January 2003

Lewis Carroll's classic Alice in Wonderland, a young girl's adventure down a magical rabbit hole, read by a full cast for Alcazar Audioworks. On a boring afternoon, Alice spots a chance for adventure when a White Rabbit wearing a coat and pocket watch dashes by her, complaining about the time. After chasing the White Rabbit down into his rabbit hole, Alice encounters an entertaining series of eccentric characters including, The Mad Hatter, The Cheshire Cat, Humpty-Dumpty and The Queen of Hearts. Join Alice as she changes sizes quite indiscriminately, has a madcap tea with an outrageous menagerie and plays croquet with truly cranky royalty. Table of Contents: Chapter 1 - Down the Rabbit-Hole Chapter 2 - The Pool of Tears Chapter 3 - A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale Chapter 4 - The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill Chapter 5 - Advice from a Caterpillar Chapter 6 - Pig and Pepper Chapter 7 - A Mad Tea-Party Chapter 8 - The Queen's Croquet-Ground Chapter 9 - The Mock Turtle's Story Chapter 10 - The Lobster Quadrille Chapter 11 - Who Stole the Tarts? Chapter 12 - Alice's Evidence AUTHOR Lewis Carroll Under the pseudonym of Lewis Carroll, Charles Lutwidge Dodson (1832-1898), published Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 1865. Charles Dodgson was a brilliant and accomplished man. He was a mathematics teacher at Oxford for most of his career. He published several mathematics books as well as novels and poems. Dodgson was also a professional photographer and avid inventor. "

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Selections from the Flower Fables Audiobook

Selections from the Flower Fables

Author: Louisa Mae Alcott Narrator: Bobbie Frohman Release Date: January 2003

Originally written for the daughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson, a family friend, Louisa May Alcott charms us with the daily events in her fantasy world of flora and fauna. By using the magical fairies as actors in nature's play, Alcott creates delightful morality plays, allowing children to easily learn the lessons of right from wrong. The Flower Fables of Louisa May Alcott, are: 1. The Frost King, or The Power of Love 2. Little Bud 3. Annie's Dream 4. Eva's Visit to Fairyland 5. Lilly Bell and Thistledown AUTHOR Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an American novelist, abolitionist, Civil War nurse and feminist. Born into a family of educators, Alcott's family suffered intermittent poverty, which motivated and influenced her work. Best know for her stories for young adults, the Little Women series, knew great success as an author during her lifetime, but died at a relatively young 55, likely from health problems stemming from her Civil War service. COMMENTARY Reviews for Alcazar AudioWorks' production of Selections from the Flower Fables We do a lot of reading aloud around here, and most of it from old-fashioned books published before 1950. We also like to listen to books on tape or CD - a tireless reader who can go on, and on, and on, and all the while we can be accomplishing something else, like dishes or laundry or dusting or knitting. Lately we've been enjoying listening to books produced by Alcazar AudioWorks. Many of these are the same old-fashioned books that are on our Charlotte Mason-inspired reading list. The readers seem to be carefully chosen to suit the material. Selections from The Flower Fables was written by Louisa May Alcott, yes, that Louisa May Alcott, the author of the likes of Little Women, Little Men, Eight Cousins, Rose in Bloom, and An Old Fashioned Girl, all of which we've read aloud. If you're familiar with Little Women, you might recall that ""Jo"" loved to write thrilling tales, though her special project was a little book of fairy tales which, in the course of the story, got ""all burnt up"" when her younger sister put them in the stove after an argument. One might imagine that Jo's tales were much what like you'd find in The Flower Fables, charming stories told in an English that would be considered stilted or considerably ""old-fashioned"" by today's reader. We're used to that language, having read a lot of Howard Pyle's writing. Admittedly, if you haven't done much reading (preferably aloud) in this sort of book, you might find the narrative a little hard to follow, or even boring. I was glad to note, however, that the girls in our family were quickly captured by the imaginative writing being illuminated by the warm voice of the narrator. A boy, on the other hand, remarked that the tales seemed a little excessively flowery. He wasn't impressed when told that these were Flower Fables! Give him Pyle any day. (I'm wondering now if any of Pyle's works, such as Men of Iron, might be on Alcazar's list!) In addition to the narrator, other voices ""appear"" here and there to add life to the characters. (There are a total of eight actors listed on the cover.) I like the fact that the longer stories are broken up into tracks on the CDs, making it easier to find your place and not have to backtrack too far when interrupted. Charming original music punctuates the tales. The set includes five stories: Little Bud Frost King, or the Power of Love Eva's Visit to Fairyland Lilly Bell and Thistledown Annie's Dream Reviewed By: Virginia Jones - EHO Eclectic Homeschool Online Loved it! Where does The Flower Fables (Unabridged Selections) rank among all the audiobooks you've listened to so far? One of my daughter's favorites! What did you like best about this story? Loved all the little stories. What about Bobbie Frohman's performance did you like? She has great voices for the characters. Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? My daughter wanted to hear it all in one sitting Listener Review - "

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Wind in the Willows Audiobook

Wind in the Willows

Author: Kenneth Grahame Narrator: A Full Cast, David Thorn Release Date: January 2003

Since publication in 1908, The Wind in the Willows has established itself as one of the most popular children's books ever written. Rat, Toad, Mole, Badger are emotional, vibrant and fully realized characters with their own share of flaws and virtues. They become loyal friends and meet strange and wonderful characters along their journey. The magical fantasy starts on the river bank and goes to the heights of Toad Hall, a truly fine mansion of many secret passages. All children will delight and be taken away on the wings of imagination. Table of Contents: Chapter 01: The River Bank Chapter 02: The Open Road Chapter 03: The Wild Wood Chapter 04: Mr. Badger Chapter 05: Dulce Domum Chapter 06: Mr. Toad Chapter 07: The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn Chapter 08: Toad'S Adventures Chapter 09: Wayfarers All Chapter 10: The Further Adventures Of Toad Chapter 11: ""Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears"" Chapter 12: The Return Of Ulysses AUTHOR Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was a children's novelist and bank executive, with a long a successful career at the Bank of England. Grahame was born in Scotland, but after the death of his mother when he was five, went to live with his grandmother in a charming country village in Berkshire, England. Grahame and his siblings had an idyllic childhood, their surroundings inspired the setting for The Wind in the Willows. Grahame's writing career was inspired by the stories he told his beloved only child, who suffered poor health his very short life. COMMENTARY Reviews for Alcazar AudioWorks' production of The Wind in the Willows Made a school assignment EASY! In our homeschool, The Wind in the WIllows is to be read to a second grader. With our style of schooling I end up doing a lot of reading to the children. These chapters are long and my voice was dying. Audibles to the rescue!! My 7 year old and I enjoyed curling up on the couch and listening to this story as we followed along in the book and enjoyed the illustrations. David Thorn does an amazing job with the voices. They just seem so right. You can picture the characters by his voice. So if your voice is tired, snuggle up with a youngster and a copy of the book and share the love as you listen to David Thorn reading to both of you. You won't regret it! Listener Review - "

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Facing the Future Audiobook

Facing the Future

Author: Jerry B. Jenkins, Tim LaHaye, Tim Lahaye Narrator: Scott Shina Release Date: January 2003

When the Rapture occurred, many young people were left behind. Four of these, orphaned teenagers Judd, Vicki, Lionel, and Ryan, have turned to Christ and are learning about the coming events from their spiritual teacher, Bruce Barnes. But they have many questions and want to know what signs they should look for. One question that burns brightest in their minds is, "Who is the Antichrist?" Bruce Barnes thinks he knows, and shares this with the group. They have trouble believing him. But when they meet Buck Williams and hear his eyewitness account of one man's evil powers, the four young people resolve to stand in faith against the Antichrist. With over 4 million copies in print, Left Behinda the Kids is today's most popular inspirational series for young adults. The exciting combination of apocalyptic conflicts and suspense is further heightened by Scott Shina's dramatic narration. Don't miss The Vanishings, Second Chance, and Through the Flames, also available from Recorded Books.

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Freddy Goes to the North Pole Audiobook

Freddy Goes to the North Pole

Author: Walter R. Brooks Narrator: John McDonough Release Date: January 2003

Freddy is certainly an extraordinary pig by all accounts. Although he spends his time oversleeping and overeating just like a normal pig, he also finds the time to daydream, enterprise, and even write poetry! Always full of new ideas, he proposes that the animals of Bean Farm start a tour company. Promoting himself to president of Barnyard Tours, Inc., Freddy arranges an expedition to the frigid Arctic. Freddy, Jinx the cat, Eeny the mouse, Robert the dog, Charles the Rooster and a host of other animals travel all the way to the North Pole. Unfortunately, their plans freeze as they encounter a pack of polar problems--but at least they get to visit Santa Claus! Between 1926 and 1958, Walter R. Brooks wrote 26 books on the adventures of Freddy the Pig. Considered to be one of the greatest characters in American children's literature, Freddy still enjoys enormous popularity today, and his timeless tales are considered to be the American equivalents of the Pooh stories.

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April Fool! Audiobook

April Fool!

Author: Karen Gray Ruelle Narrator: Suzanne Toren Release Date: January 2003

Trying to think up some tricks to play on Mom and Dad for April Fools' Day, Harry and his little sister, Emily, know they'll need something even more special than the plastic spiders and whoopee cushion they used last year. A trip to the magic shop gives them all they need to play some tricky tricks, but Harry thinks Emily is too little to fool him. Can Emily come up with a trick that will surprise her big brother? A popular children's author takes a gently humorous look at sibling rivalry in this tale of a holiday loved by kids of all ages.

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