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Great Stories Volume 3 (Dramatized)

Written by: Your Story Hour
Narrated by: Chet Damron,Carole Pezet
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Publisher's Summary

Dramatized audio stories on the lives of Robert E. Lee, Johnny Appleseed, Sacagawea and others will inspire children as they learn about history.
©1997 Your Story Hour (P)1997 Your Story Hour

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  • JackMargo
  • 14-11-12

A Regular Miss Polly's Playhouse

My eight year old twin boys were insulted by how this sounded like a kid's program. The information was good but the presentation was aimed at somebody under six years old. The narrator is way too much "Mr Rogers Neighborhood."

This is not what two eight year old boys wanted to listen to. "Uhh. She sounds silly. That's a kid's program."

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  • James Horoho
  • 07-01-22

Disappointed

I have been loving Your Story Hour and even for Christmas I fave several books to friends and family members as gifts. I particularly disappointed by this audiobook in glorifying General Robert E Lee a general who was working towards preserving slavery in United States. Glorifying him is similar to glorifying Judas who betrayed Jesus. Thank you