Audiobooks Narrated by Sarah Bacaller

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  1. The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time Audiobook The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time
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  3. Under the Whispering Door Audiobook Under the Whispering Door
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Heidi Audiobook

Heidi

Heidi By Johanna Spyri Presented by Voices of Today First published in 1881, the subtitle of the book reads 'It was written as a book 'for children and those who love children.' Heidi as a 5 year old orphan has been handed off by her young aunt, Dete, to live with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps. The story follows her life as she falls in love with grandfather and he with her and the life of goat-herding that they share. Grandfather refuses to allow her to attend school in the small village below and quarrels ensue. Her young aunt returns to remove her from grandfather to live as a hired lady's companion to wealthy Clara, a wheelchair bound child, in Frankfurt. She is loved by Clara, but not by the other's within Clara's home where she is considered ill-mannered. Heidi becomes severely homesick and the wealthy family's doctor recommends her return to the mountains. Clara misses Heidi and comes to visit. Cast Narrator: Susan Iannucci Heidi: Trisha Rose Grandfather: Ben Stevens Brigitta: Jennifer Fournier Clara: Sarah Bacaller Also featuring the voices of Ron Altman, David Stifel, Al Gibson, Lee Ann Howlett, Joan Dukore and Susan Marlowe. Production copyright 2021 Voices of Today

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Blinky Bill Audiobook

Blinky Bill

Author: Dorothy Wall Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: September 2021

Blinky Bill is a mischievous koala who lives in the Australian bush. Keen for adventure, he sets off to see the world. On his journeys, he makes trouble in Miss Pimm's shop, meets Old Wombo (Mr. Wombat), joins a Frog Choir and gets invited to a Rabbit's Birthday Party. Blinky Bill was written by Dorothy Wall, a New-Zealand born Australian author and has been adapted for television and cinemas. This is the first book of three in 'The Complete Adventures of Blinky Bill' series. CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The New Arrival Chapter 2: A Tragedy Chapter 3: Naughty Escapades Chapter 4: Frog Hollow Chapter 5: The Rabbits' Party

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Experiences Audiobook

Experiences

Author: Chimezie Ihekuna Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: June 2021

This short biographical work describes the experiences of Chimezie Ihekuna, a Nigerian man born with a facial deformity. From one scenario to the next, Chimezie encounters ostracisation and indifference from peers and elders alike. He reflects candidly here on the impact this has had on his life. His story is an invitation to empathy for all those who listen.

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An Edward Lear Collection Audiobook

An Edward Lear Collection

Author: Edward Lear Narrator: Denis Daly, Lucy Bacaller, Sarah Bacaller Release Date: May 2021

An Edward Lear Collection Narrated by Denis Daly, Sarah Bacaller and Lucy Bacaller Have you been lately to Lake Pipple Popple? Perhaps you have spotted the Pobble who has no toes? Or maybe you have roosted in the Quangle Wangle's hat? Certainly Mr. Edward Lear has (he's written all about it). And now, you can listen to his tales read aloud, full of rhyme, rhythm and words that you won't find in the dictionary! Edward Lear (1812 - 1888) was a creative and skilled Englishman who composed music, wrote poetry, and was a talented illustrator. He was earning an income from drawing by the age of 16 years. Lear is remembered today primarily for his nonsense poems, stories and songs, and for popularising the poetic form of the limerick. He spent the last decade of his life in San Remo, Italy. The opening poem, How Pleasant To Know Mr Lear, was later used by T. S. Eliot as the basis of a mocking self portrait, 'How unpleasant to meet Mr. Eliot!' 1 - How Pleasant To Know Mr Lear 2 - The History of the Seven Families of the Lake Pipple-Popple 3 - The Two Old Bachelors 4 - The Pelican Chorus 5 - The Pobble who has no Toes 6 - Mr and Mrs Discobbolus 7 - The Quangle Wangle's Hat 8 - The Akond of Swat Production copyright 2021 Voices of Today

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The Story of Tommy Bear and the Zookies Audiobook

The Story of Tommy Bear and the Zookies

Author: Dorothy Wall, Sarah Bacaller Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: May 2021

Little Tommy the koala bear is sad and lonely in his gumtree in the country. The doctor recommends a trip to the city to brighten him up. While Tommy is in the city, he tries lots of different activities - but those funny Zookie creatures seem to follow him everywhere! This short story was written by Dorothy Wall, the New-Zealand born Australian author who created that famous koala character, 'Blinky Bill'.

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Hegel in Fragments Audiobook

Hegel in Fragments

Author: Stephen Curkpatrick Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: May 2021

'Hegel in Fragments' is a collection of writings in dialogue with the work of German philosopher, G. W. F. Hegel. In bite-sized pieces, Australian academic Stephen Curkpatrick applies Hegelian insights to themes such as contingency, truth, theology, identity, limit, and rhythms. This exploratory collection is informed by Hegel's concept of spirit as relation and mediation, within which identity is both identity and difference. That is, anything is itself by reference to others-not in opposition or conflation but in continual relation across tensile pairs, mediated as differences that are held within thinking as speculative unities. This movement is formative through moments of loss and further gain. 'Hegel in Fragments' stages this drama in a range of brief scripts that are played out within human existence.

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Poems of John of the Cross Audiobook

Poems of John of the Cross

Author: David Lewis Narrator: Denis Daly, Sarah Bacaller Release Date: May 2021

Poems of John of the Cross Translated by David Lewis Narrated by Denis Daly and Sarah Bacaller Although his output was small, John of the Cross (1542 - 1591) is considered one of the most important figures in Spanish poetry. All his verse explores the same theme: the seach of the soul for union with its creator and the glory of the resulting 'mystical marriage.' This selection of twenty poems opens with his most famous poem, 'The Obscure Night of the Soul' and concludes with a free translation of Psalm 137 (By the Waters of Babylon). Production copyright 2021 Voices of Today

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More Beasts for Worse Children Audiobook

More Beasts for Worse Children

Author: Hilaire Belloc Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: April 2021

This book of thirteen silly rhymes about strange animals is sure to delight and confuzzle its young listeners. 'More Beasts for Worse Children', a collection nonsense verse for children, was written by English-French writer, historian and satirist, Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953). Poems in order: 1. More Beasts for Worse Children - Introduction 2. The Python 3. The Welsh Mutton 4. The Porcupine 5. The Scorpion 6. The Crocodile 7. The Vulture 8. The Bison 9. The Viper 10. The Llama 11. The Chamois 12. The Frozen Mammoth 13. The Microbe

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An Introduction to Hegel's Logic Audiobook

An Introduction to Hegel's Logic

Author: Andy Blunden Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: January 2021

In 5 hours, Andy will take you through Hegel’s Logic, the book on philosophy which has been most influential amongst radicals and revolutionaries and all those who stray from the well trodden path of conventional, bourgeois thinking.   The book begins with an explanation of social conditions in early 19th century Germany and then walks through the text of the Logic paragraph by paragraph. This reading stands out from all others in its clarity of explanation and in Andy's ability to make Hegel's Logic relevant to social and political problems of today.

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The Book of Job Audiobook

The Book of Job

Author: King James Version Narrator: Denis Daly, Sarah Bacaller Release Date: September 2020

Accusation is the unperceived catalyst for this dramatic narrative; Job is framed by the accusation that his self-invested allegiance to God will evaporate if he is exposed to adversity. Job is unaware that this wager against his integrity has taken place. The drama that ensues on an epic scale resonates with universal experiences of human suffering—from Job's searching questions, to the grating interventions of Job's friends, and the sense that human misfortune can seem contingent on the whim of unseen powers.   The Book of Job is found in the writings of the Hebrew Bible and is the first book of poetry in the Old Testament. This audiobook is performed by Sarah Bacaller and Denis Daly, and includes a foreword written by Dr. Stephen Curkpatrick.

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Australian Christmas Yarns: Volume I Audiobook

Australian Christmas Yarns: Volume I

Author: Ian Bruce, Mary Grant Bruce Narrator: Denis Daly, Sarah Bacaller Release Date: September 2020

This collection of short stories by notable Australian author, Mary Grant Bruce (1878-1958), reflects on Australian experiences of summertime. Infused with the smells, sounds and textures of Australian life during the Christmas season, these stories also highlight the strengths and yearnings of their characters. This unique collection includes a foreword by Ian Bruce, grandson of Mary Grant Bruce, and includes the following six stories:   * A Gentleman by Accident * An Australian Christmas * Home for Christmas * Our Christmas Eve * Christmas at Henderson's * The Valley of Forgetfulness Mary Grant Bruce (1878-1958) was an Australian author, many of whose writings focused on iconic Australian life. As well as publishing thirty-seven books, Mary Grant Bruce wrote regularly for Australian newspapers, often for children. Her most well known works are the books in the Billabong series. See www.marygrantbruce.com.au

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Greybeards at Play: Rhymes and Sketches Audiobook

Greybeards at Play: Rhymes and Sketches

Author: G. K. Chesterton Narrator: Sarah Bacaller Release Date: July 2020

Greybeards at Play' is a short collection of humorous poetry by celebrated British writer and social commentator, Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936). Published in 1900, it was Chesterton's first publication. These rhymes and sketches spin witty lyrics around themes such as aestheticism, the philosopher's love of nature, and ill-directed altruism, in true Chestertonian style.

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