The Snow Goose / Mr. President

July 31st, 2007

Hi folks,

This week we have two great stories for you…

The first, set in wartime Britain, is Paul Gallico’s classic tale of heroism “The Snow Goose”.

The second, a great episode of “Mr. President” as we find out which President liked taking walks in the swamps surrounding Washington DC at night to “lose” his bodyguards… and who faced a murderous armed intruder in the Oval Office.

Click here to go to this week’s great tales!

Children’s Poetry & Nursery Rhymes

July 24th, 2007

This week’s program is a great episode of the program “Anthology” from 1954, with some delightful readings of classic children’s poetry and nursery rhymes. If you’ve ever thought about introducing some great poetry to your kids, give this a listen… and also check out our featured resource while it is still on sale.

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Donald’s Summer Vacation

July 18th, 2007

This week’s program is a fun “audio cartoon” of Mr. Duck’s adventures during his summer vacation, circa 1947. The kids will love this one, but beware of the duet between Donald and Dinah Shore!

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The Battle for the Alamo

July 9th, 2007

This week, two great dramatizations of the famed 1836 battle at the Alamo!

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Also, be sure to take a look at this wonderful benefit sale for the Estes family (… you can be a real blessing to them and get a huge blessing in return. Just take a look!

You Are There: July 4th, 1776

July 2nd, 2007

This week, two great programs in honor of Independence Day here in the US of A!

You Are There: July 4th, 1776 — A great dramatic re-creation of the events on that fateful day when the Declaration of Independence was almost NOT signed, but thrown out altogether!


The Great Gildersleeve’s Old Fashioned Fourth of July — A classic episode of a favorite series, with a warm and nostalgic look at the way the 4th used to (or at least should have) been.

Here’s the link! Enjoy! 

The Battle of the Ovens / The Chinese Nightingale

June 26th, 2007

This week’s “living books for the ears” programs are:

“The Battle of the Ovens”… a true story of a lowly bread baker whose quick witted thinking at a pivotal point in the American Revolution saved the Continental Army.

Also, “The Chinese Nightingale”, a great fairy tale and cautionary story the whole family will enjoy.

And while you’re here, be sure to behold the “Fainting Goats”, a truly memorable and hilarious guest video.

Here’s the link:

Please join us!

The Mysterious Pirate Pit VIDEOS

June 20th, 2007

Here’s a neat update on this week’s program:

Over on our Great Homeschool Videos blog, we just posted four videos about the “Mysterious Pirate Pit”, the subject of this week’s “Living Book for the Ears” program in the post below.

If you’d like to watch these, listen to our program first, then click on over for a cool update & documentary!

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True Summertime Mysteries!

June 19th, 2007

Two great True Summertime Mysteries for you this week:

The Mysterious Pirate Pit


The Mystery of the Spotted Death 

Both great programs to enjoy on a hot summer evening! Click here to go to this week’s programs! 

Great Homeschool Videos is back!

June 14th, 2007


We’ve got Great Homeschool Videos back up and running after wrestling YouTube to the ground and twisting their arm until they hollered “uncle”! Stop by and say “hi”!

Queen Joanna and the Abbot

June 12th, 2007

This week’s “Living Book for the Ears” program is our Second Place Winner in our 2007 “Make Your Own Radio Program” competition…

Queen Joanna and the Abbot
by Mary & Laura Kizior and Amanda, Megan & Teresa Dominick

A pride filled Queen learns that the answers to her questions come at a higher price than she bargained for. You’ll really enjoy this humorous adaptation of the classic story based on “King John and the Abbot” by James Baldwin.

In addition, we have a second “homemade” tale for you this week…

The Inchcape Rock by the Hoyer Family

plus some exciting news about our upcoming resources!

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