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Whether you're at home or on the road, this four-CD set will entertain and enlighten your kids — and Mom and Dad, too for hours on end. The Life Lessons Series includes 12 previously aired Adventures in Odyssey episodes. Running time: approximately six hours.
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This collection of previously released episodes will introduce new listeners to the characters and the early days of Adventures in Odyssey. Each volume features three exciting, action-packed stories. Bible stories, character-building adventures, and historical events are all fair game for object lessons in living. Running time: approximately 70 minutes.
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From the Scriptures, we know that Satan goes about like a roaring lion, seeking to destroy the dearest thing to the heart of God-His Church-the Bride of Christ. In the story, Satan targets believers from three key churches, sending temptation, oppression, and delusion. The struggle of flesh against spirit is a gripping account as each of the characters battle their own desires, conscience and demon forces that seek to destroy their Christian values. Paperback, 167pgs. Apostolic Author.
A Story of the Roman Invasion
Setting: AD 61 – England, Rome, and Italy – Gladiators, the Coliseum, Rome burns. The invasion of Britain by the Roman legionaries is the setting for this story.
Story: Beric, a boy-chief of a British tribe, takes a prominent part in the insurrection against Rome under Queen Boadicea. These efforts are useless against the mighty Roman army. For a short time, Beric and his companions continue the fight but are ultimately defeated and taken as prisoners to Rome. Through the eyes of Beric, the reader learns of life in 61 A.D. Rome, the gladiatorial schools, the great fire and life in Nero’s court. This classic work will shed light upon an event much neglected in history today. Total Time: 13 Hours, 19 Minutes
Between the Forests and the Hills is a humorous fantasy tale set in ancient Britain. Iscium, an isolated Roman town in the west of Britain, is cut off from the collapsing Empire. Most of the town senators and officials are primarily concerned with keeping a low profile with the neighboring barbarians and renovating the city baths--with the exception of the crotchety old bishop. But when young Falx runs away, and finds a lost barbarian girl, things begin to happen. The children are brought back by a one-eyed merchant who returns them to an Iscium quivering with the possibility of a barbarian invasion.
The mysterious merchant has a plan--involving two talking ravens and The Hallelujah Chorus--and life is never quite the same again, for either the Romans or their invaders. Ages 12-up. Paperback, 247pgs.
With Cortez in Mexico
Setting: AD 1518-1523 – Sailing ships, Conquest of Aztec Empire in Mexico, Central America.
Story: The conquest of the Aztec Empire by Hernando Cortez and a mere handful of Spaniards is one of the greatest romances of history. A writer of fiction would scarcely have dared to invent so improbable a story, but it is true. Fortunately, Cortez was able to ally himself with many peoples conquered by the Aztecs who were all too happy to assist in their downfall. Roger Hawkshaw, a shipwrecked Englishman, presenting himself as a long-lost Spaniard, assists Cortez in his many adventures. Total Time: 13 Hours, 15 Minutes
A Tale of Ancient Egypt
Setting: AD 1250 B.C. – Egypt.
Story: This book covers the oldest time period of any of the Henty novels. In it, young readers will learn much about the domestic life, customs, religion, and military system of ancient Egypt. Amuba, a prince of the Rebu nation on the shores of the Caspian Sea, with his charioteer Jethro, is carried into slavery after losing a battle with the Egyptians. They become servants of the house of Ameres, an Egyptian high priest, and are qutie happy there, until the priest’s son accidentally kills the sacred cat of Bubastes. The locals rise up in rage and kill Ameres, and Jethro and Amuba must escape with the high priest’s son and daughter. After crossing the desert to the Red Sea, they eventually make their way back to freedom. Total Time: 11 hrs, 34 minutes
Recorded in London with an all-star cast of England's brightest talent from the stage and screen, an original orchestral score, and cinema-quality digital sound design, this innovative recording of the classic stories provides hours of entertainment for the entire family. Unabridged.
Narnia is the land of enchantment, glory, nobility--home to the magnificent Aslan, cruel Jadis (the White Queen), heroic Reepicheep, and kind Mr. Tumnus. All the magic of C.S. Lewis' Narnia, bewitching readers for almost 50 years, is captured for the first time in this splendid deluxe edition, including The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Horse and His Boy, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle, with fabulous illustrations hand-colored by the original Narnia artist Pauline Baynes and an insightful introduction by Narnia authority Brian Sibley. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of C.S. Lewis's birth, all seven titles of "The Chronicles of Narnia" are in one deluxe edition: a handsome, jacketed book in full color. Hardcover, 528pgs. Physical Info: 1.61" H x 11.32" L x 8.9" W.
The Days of King Alfred and the Viking Invasion
Setting: AD 870-901; Viking Invasion of England and France
Story: The Saxons and Vikings fought many fierce battles in Britain in the 8th and 9th centuries. During the struggle, 23-year-old Alfred ascended the throne and temporarily beat back the pagan hordes and concluded a peace treaty. Following another war in 878, peace was again achieved; the Danish King Guthrum accepted Christianity and withdrew to East Anglia, and Alfred the Great fortified cities, built a navy, codified laws, and revived learning among the Saxons until his death in A.D. 900. The hero is a Saxon thane named Edmund who joins the forces of King Alfred, fighting the Danes on land and in their own element, the sea, in his ship The Dragon. Carried by storms to the shores of Norway, he defeats Sweyn the Viking in single combat, takes part in the siege of Paris on behalf of the Franks, and tracks down his nemesis in order to rescue the Danish maiden he will later marry. Total Time: 7 Hours, 40 Minutes
"There is still treasure not yet lifted,"—the opening lines of Treasure Island—provided incentive for master storyteller Leonard Wibberley to concoct a sequel to the Stevenson classic. He succeeds remarkably, constructing a gripping tale of well-etched characters opposed in a life-and-death struggle. Long John Silver lives again, this time in conflict with New England mariners driven by storm onto the pirate Flint's immortal island. Ages 10-up. Paperback, 160pgs.
A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem
Setting: AD 70 – Palestine and Jerusalem – Roman Destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple.
Story: Mr. Henty tells an exciting story from the record of Josephus. The troubles in the district of Tiberias, the march of the legions, the sieges of Jotapata, of Gamala, and of Jerusalem all come to life. In this impressive and carefully studied historic setting, you will follow a lad, John of Gamala, who passes from the vineyard to the service of Josephus, becomes the leader of a guerrilla band of patriots, fights bravely for the Temple, and after a brief term of slavery at Alexandria, returns to his Galilean home with the favor of Titus. The fall of Jerusalem is brought to life in this classic.Total Time: 11 Hours, 14 Minutes
The first book in the Code-Bearers series, takes Hunter on a journey beyond the Veil into a world of intrigue and self-discovery. This story of soul-searching and ultimate redemption is not only a heart-pounding tale that will captivate kids, but also a look at the core of what makes us human and our desperate need for a Savior. Paperback, 366pgs. Target Age Group: 09 to 12.
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A Story of Wallace and Bruce
Setting: AD 1300’s – Scotland and England – William Wallace and Robert the Bruce.
Story: Liberty or death - this was the choice the people of 14th century Scotland faced if they rose up against their English ruler. Most would say it was no choice at all. Many of the Scottish nobles were English supporters. Few could be expected to rise up against the numerically overwhelming English army. The hero of the story, Archibald Forbes, joins the struggle for Scottish freedom led by the valiant Sir William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. The extraordinary valor and personal prowess of these men rival the deeds of the mythical heroes of chivalry. Henty weaves a wonderful story around the actual events of 1314 at Bannockburn. Total Time: 11 Hours, 33 Minutes
A Tale of the Seige of Rhodes
Setting: The Mediterranean from 1470-1480.
Story: The story begins during the War of the Roses in England, but our hero, Gervaise Tresham soon joins the Knights of St. John in Rhodes. Dedicated to God's service and pious in his personal life, Gervaise uncovers a plot, saves the coast of Italy from the Muslim corsairs, and is knighted by the Grand Prior. After being captured by and escaping from the enemy, the young English knight draws his sword in the defense of Rhodes. He finds himself in a tough position desiring marriage, but having taken a vow of chastity! In the end, it is the Roman pontiff himself that gives him the release he needs to wed. Total Time: 12 Hours, 49 Minutes
What if the world had repented in the days of Noah? The flood would never have occurred, knocking the world's axis 22 degrees off center, making severe environmental changes and seasons the norm. Paperback, 200pgs. Apostolic Author.
This is where it all begins, with a sickly seventeen year old named Shiloh Wagner, who has lots of problems and few friends. Shiloh doesn't remember anything prior to his eighth birthday and is angry that he can't find his biological parents.
Paperback, 200pgs. Apostolic Author.
Anyone who loves the west or westerns will love "Laugh Kills Lonesome". An exciting western novel. A must for the Western lover. Apostolic Author.