Hero Tales from American History
|Hero Tales from American History
by Theodore Roosevelt & Henry Cabot Lodge
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Did you know Theodore Roosevelt wrote a book for children?
He wrote a book to teach character and virtue through the stories of American History.
He’s been called “The Most Interesting American” and his book is just that!
We’ve made it even more interesting, though, by turning it into an audiobook and adding sound effects, too. Ships creaking, gulls cawing, cannon fire, even angry French mobs come together to make history they’ll never forget…
“He then told us that he enjoyed them so very much that he wanted to know if we would allow him and his baby brother to listen to them every night from now on while they fall asleep instead of the music that I usually play. Now if that is not a positive endorsement, I don’t know what is.” -Nicole, MO
Learn History on the Drive Home!
Each CD is one hour long and each story is 7 to 11 minutes long. Appropriate for all ages.A GREAT GIFT FOR YOUR FAMILY AND OTHERS! Order it now!
|Part 1 – 1732-1777
George Washington (Biography)
Daniel Boone (Biography)
George Rogers Clark (Revolutionary War)
The Battle of Trenton (Revolutionary War)
Bennington (Revolutionary War)
|Part 2 – 1780-1814
Kings Mountain (Revolutionary War)
Stony Point (Revolutionary War)
Gouveneur Morris (French Revolution)
The Philadelphia (Barbary Pirates)
The Wasp (War of 1812)
The Privateer General Armstrong (War of 1812)
Part 3 – 1814-1865
The Battle of New Orleans (War of 1812)
John Quincy Adams and the Right of Petition
Francis Parkman (Biography)
“Remember The Alamo!” (Texas Revolution)
Hampton Roads (USS Monitor and CSS Virginia)
The Flag-Bearer (Civil War)
|Part 4 – 1861-1865
The Death of Stonewall Jackson (Civil War)
Grant at Vicksburg (Civil War)
Gettysburg (Civil War)
Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th (Civil War)
Charles Russell Lowell (Civil War)
|Part 5 – 1864-1919Sheridan at Cedar Creek (1864)
Lt Cushing and the Albemarle (1864)
Farragut and the Battle of Mobile Bay (1864)
Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)
“The Most Interesting American” (1858-1919)
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Click here to hear Roosevelt and Lodge explain “Its purpose … is to tell in simple fashion the story of some Americans who showed that they knew how to live and how to die…
Read about the making of the Hampton Roads episode (and where we got a real live genuine Rebel Yell) here.
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