Great Stories #7 - Your Story Hour CD

Great Stories #7 - Your Story Hour CD
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    Format: CD
    Publisher: Your Story Hour
    Series: Your Story Hour
    Ages: 3 to 93
    Size: 7 X 6½
    Running Time (Minutes): 360
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    Educational! Entertaining! Exciting!

    For generations, Your Story Hour productions has represented the ultimate in audio dramatizations. These professionally written, acted, and produced dramatized stories, complete with sound effects and music, make character-building lessons come to life for kids of all ages.

    Your Story Hour is pleased to present this collection of stories that bring to life the heroes and heroines that helped shape a new nation. Each fully dramatized story shows a portrait of courage and determination in the face of adversity.

    Learn about the lives of Paul Revere, Eli Whitney, Mary Jemison, and more! Kids of all ages will enjoy listening to these recordings over and over again!

    In this CD Album:

    CD No.
    Story 1
    Story 2
    1 The Patriot Silversmith-Paul Revere Part 1 - Early events in the Revolution, Boston Tea Party The Road to Revolution-Paul Revere Part 2 - Insidents that led to open rebellion
    2 The Famous Ride-Paul Revere Part 3 - Revere's historic ride The Shots at Lexington-Paul Revere Part 4 - The Revolution's first shots
    3 Boy Craftsman - Eli Whitney Part 1 - Eli shows ingenuity and promise Master Mechanic - Eli Whitney Part 2 - Eli invents the cotton gin
    4 Girl Captive - Mary Jemison Part 1 - a young teen is captured by Indians Seneca Squaw - Mary Jemison Part 2 - Mary grows up with the Senecas
    5 Girl Patriot - Sybil Ludington - a 16-year-old girl makes a dangerous ride to warn that the British are attacking Lucretia Mott - Quaker girl grows up and becomes a defender of human rights
    6 Gold, Loneliness and Letters - California Gold Rush creates a need for more rapid mail delivery Thundering Hoofbeats - The beginnings of the Pony Express