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Men of Iron relates the thrilling adventures of a young man seeking justice for himself and his family in fifteenth-century England. With his father unfairly outlawed by King Henry IV, Myles Falworth faces enormous odds before he can become a knight and champion his family’s cause against powerful foes. With the help of loyal friends, Myles demonstrates courage and persistence as he confronts his opponents one by one, winning self-understanding and love along the way. In addition to being a classic adventure, Men of Iron offers fascinating details of castle life and of the long road to knighthood. This book is sure to become a favorite of any boy or girl who loves adventure, and will turn anyone new to the medieval era into a lifelong devotee. Written by Howard Pyle, unabridged reading by Jim Weiss.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 35446 (added 11/6/2012)
Howard R. Garris's stories of the kindhearted, resourceful rabbit gentleman, Uncle Wiggly Longears, have been an irresistible source of joy for generations of readers. These charming modern classics offer gentle lessons amid laughter as the clever, courteous rabbit ingeniously helps his animal and human friends. Jim reads an assortment of favorites from the book for this recording.
Awards: Film Advisory Board Award
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 33245 (added 12/1/2011)
This recording is suitable for children who are ready to move beyond listening to music to spoken word. Features delightful tellings of Aesop's Fables, plus lively tales from Grimm, Chaucer and others. Stories include The Three Billy Goats Gruff, The Lion and the Mouse, The Tortoise and the Hare, and more.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28783 (added 6/7/2010)
Jim Weiss integrates his own storytelling art with the profound story of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, bringing both young and old listeners the emotions of the timeless love story.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28782 (added 6/7/2010)
Adventurer, conquerer, political genius, classic author - Julius Caesar lived one of history’s most amazing lives. Yet it was the story of his death that William Shakespeare turned into a dramatic masterpiece. This spirited retelling brings us Shakespeare’s cast of immortal characters with excerpts from the original dialogue told in a way that young listeners can grasp.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28781 (added 6/7/2010)
Carry On, Mr. Bowditch tells the inspiring, true adventures of Nat Bosditch, a boy during the American Revolution, whose passion for learning and unstoppable spirit lead him from poverty and servitude to triumph and adventure at sea. Ultimately, Nat achieves everlasting fame for revolutionizing navigation and saving countless lives. This is a moving personal story about the value of knowledge and the exultant human spirit.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28780 (added 6/7/2010)
Written by Rudyard Kipling and read unabridged by Jim Weiss. With vivid characters and an hysterically funny choice of words, Rudyard Kipling’s beloved stories “explain” how camels got humps, great whales got tiny throats, elephants got trunks and more. These time-tested classics cause us to look at accepted qualities in new and creative ways, and even better, make us laugh out loud. With his menagerie of voices and warm, witty narrative presence, Jim Weiss brings Kipling’s own words to life. The result is a wondrously charming recording that is certain to become an all-time favorite for listeners of all ages.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22689 (added 3/3/2009)
Written by Charles Dickens and told by Jim Weiss, this masterful, historical novel is set in Paris and London during the stormy upheavals of the French Revolution. Combining adventure and a moving personal story, it tells of Lucie Manette, daughter of a hero of the Revolution, who loves Charles Darnay, an aristocrat who sympathizes with the poor. When revolutionaries seize Charles, only Englishman, Sydney Carton, can save him. But here too, we run into complication and intrigue! Shaping his telling for the entire family, Jim Weiss gives us Dickens’ unforgettable heroes, remorseless villains and thrilling plot twists to make A Tale of Two Cities a classically memorable, dramatic presentation.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22688 (added 3/3/2009)
These uproarious American folk stories will have you laughing out loud and pondering. You'll meet Paul Bunyan, taller than the trees and mightier than the rivers; Johnny Appleseed, whose gentle generosity make him a beloved legend; and Pecos Bill, whose outrageous Texas-sized exploits make him the greatest of all cowboys. There's even one of Jim's own tales, a tongue-twisting, hilarious tale of the Old West. The entire family will listen to this recording over and over again.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22687 (added 3/3/2009)
Filled with laughter, tragedy and astonishing triumphs, this storytelling biography will entertain and inspire listeners as they experience touching personal moments, Lincoln's famous wit, great ethical issues, military battles, and the complete Gettysburg Address. With vivid descriptions of Lee, Grant, Stephen Douglas, Mary Todd Lincoln, Frederick Douglas and more, one will remember anew why Abraham Lincoln holds a special place in our history and in our hearts. Approximately 70 Minutes.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22686 (added 3/3/2009)
This CD and book set allows kids to read along on their own while award winning story teller Jim Weiss tells them the tale of violin-playing Mole on the CD. The story, written by David McPhail, focuses on kindhearted Mole who sends away for a violin and teaches himself to play underground.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7903 (added 5/22/2006)
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