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25.8 hrs • Mar/23/2017 • Unabridged
Professor emeritus at the University of Vermont, James W. Loewen won the National Book Award for his New York Times best-seller, Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong. Sundown Towns examines thousands of all-white American towns that were- and still are, in some instances-racially exclusive by design.Available Formats:7.4 hrs • Mar/10/2017 • Unabridged
Grab your fishing net and hold onto your funny-bone; you're in for a hilarious romp through the woods with best-selling funnyman Patrick McManus. How I Got This Way is a rib-tickling collection of stories about the outdoors guaranteed to leave you chuckling. Join McManus and his pals on a venture into the Idaho wilderness that includes taking a hike with-ahem-the President of the United States.Available Formats:9.9 hrs • Mar/10/2017 • Unabridged
Author Robert Flynn has won numerous accolades for his writing, including a Spur Award, a Western Heritage Award and a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Texas Institute of Letters. In the House of the Lord follows one day in the life of a Protestant minister as he balances faith with selfdoubt while answering the demands of his church.Available Formats:6.4 hrs • Feb/22/2017 • Unabridged
Often compared to Garrison Keillor and Mark Twain, Patrick F. McManus maintains just the right balance between baffled innocence and conspiratorial confidence. Since 1979, this humorist has been delighting readers with hilarious stories recounting his childhood in rural Idaho and relating his misadventures in the great outdoors. Whether you're a sportsman or a couch potato, he will have you laughing out loud at his escapades. In this collection of 30 tall tales, McManus introduces you to the perils of Trailer Trials and Mean Tents. Like Hemingway, McManus hunts the big fish in Down and Way Out in Brazil. The title tale, The Grasshopper Trap, unveils an ingenious invention for catching fish bait in motion. And in Hunting Camp Etiquette, McManus becomes a rustic Miss Manners. Narrator Norman Dietz adds additional spice to each impish line. You won't want to miss the other audio productions of McManus' works, including Never Sniff a Gift Fish and The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw.Available Formats:10.9 hrs • Jan/25/2017 • Unabridged
Critically acclaimed author Michael Malone has won the Edgar, O. Henry, Writer's Guild, and Emmy Awards. Booklist hails The Last Noel as a "warm, engaging love story." This moving tale of an improbable friendship was a Book Sense 76 Top 10 selection. Noni Tilden and John "Kaye" King meet as young children on Christmas Eve of 1963. Noni is a white, privileged girl, while Kaye is a poor, black boy. Over four decades, they continue to meet during the holidays, and their friendship endures all obstacles in its path.Available Formats:15.0 hrs • Jan/17/2017 • Unabridged
Fashioned from the same experiences that would inspire the masterpiece Huckleberry Finn, Life on the Mississippi is Mark Twain’s most brilliant and most personal nonfiction work. It is at once an affectionate evocation of the vital river life in the steamboat era and a melancholy reminiscence of its passing after the Civil War, a priceless collection of humorous anecdotes and folktales, and a unique glimpse into Twain’s life before he began to write. Written in a prose style that has been hailed as among the greatest in English literature, Life on the Mississippi established Twain as not only the most popular humorist of his time but also America’s most profound chronicler of the human comedy.Available Formats:3.8 hrs • Jan/17/2017 • Unabridged
The title story of this collection of short stories features the tale of the “most honest and upright” town of Hadleyburg, whose residents boast of their unsmirched moral character. A stranger, offended by the pious reputation of the town, devises a plan to bring its honored residents to shame. Is there even one righteous man in Hadleyburg?Available Formats:4.6 hrs • Dec/28/2016 • Unabridged
In this rare, exciting eyewitness account, a Confederate soldier reveals what life was really like on the battlefields of the Civil War. Lieutenant John Alexander tells how he joined Colonel Mosby and his infamous rough riders, how they managed their ventures behind enemy lines, and how they evaded capture by the Union troops.Available Formats:6.4 hrs • Dec/28/2016 • Unabridged
Humorist Patrick F. McManus has been called “a master at spoofing sportsmen” by Publishers Weekly. His rib-tickling books about hunting, fishing, and camping receive rave reviews from national media. The New York Times Book Review writes, “Everybody should read Patrick McManus.” In the chapters of Never Sniff a Gift Fish, McManus will teach you the wisdom that is usually shared only in the close ranks of modern-day hunters and gatherers. To complete your arsenal, McManus also includes The Hunter’s Workout Guide and a special Family Camper’s Dictionary. Exercises like the hindquarter shuffle will make you move like a hunter. And phrases like “Yip-yip-yip-Owoooooo!” will help you sound like one, too. Whether he’s poking fun at fly fishing or taking on some other sportsman’s icon, Patrick F. McManus is sure to have you laughing aloud. Norman Dietz’s wry narration is the perfect vehicle for McManus’ best-selling, tongue-in-cheek works. Also available: How I Got This Way, The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw, and The Good Samaritan Strikes Again.Available Formats:6.9 hrs • Nov/23/2016 • Unabridged
In 1894, while enduring a period of personal turbulence, Mark Twain penned this fascinating tale set in the idyllic river community of his childhood. Alternating between comedy and tragedy, irony and gravity, Pudd’nhead Wilson mirrors much of the social and moral unrest of the time. When a mulatto slave woman switches her own infant with the look-alike son of a wealthy merchant, it takes Pudd’nhead Wilson, the town eccentric, to put things right again.Available Formats:3.8 hrs • Nov/16/2016 • Unabridged
When Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn join together, a rousing adventure is never far behind. In this classic tale, Tom and Huck might be in for more than even they can handle when they are kidnapped by a mad scientist in a balloon-powered airship. His unscrupulous plan is to end his flight around the world in a fiery crash-taking Tom and Huck with him. Now Tom must depend on his Mississippi River experiences to save him from new dangers.Available Formats:9.4 hrs • Nov/09/2016 • Unabridged
White Fang is the titular character and a novel by American author Jack London. First serialized in Outing magazine, it was published in 1906. The story takes place in Yukon Territory, Canada, during the Klondike Gold Rush at the end of the 19th-century, and details a wild wolfdog’s journey to domestication. White Fang is a companion novel (and a thematic mirror) to London’s best-known work, The Call of the Wild, which is about a kidnapped, domesticated dog embracing his wild ancestry to survive and thrive in the wild. Much of White Fang is written from the viewpoint of the titular canine character, enabling London to explore how animals view their world and how they view humans. White Fang examines the violent world of wild animals and the equally violent world of humans. The book also explores complex themes including morality and redemption. White Fang has been adapted for the screen numerous times, including a 1991 film starring Ethan Hawke.Available Formats:2.1 hrs • Oct/26/2016 • Unabridged
In this wonderfully crafted novel, a rifle, not the people who come to own it, is the main character. This story follows the rifle from its creation in 1768 to a shattering event as it roars back to life in 1994. Gary Paulsen is one of the most popular writers of young adult fiction in America today.Available Formats:5.1 hrs • Oct/13/2016 • Unabridged
Best-selling western author Bill Pronzini writes gripping mysteries set in the desperate days of the old West. Filled with wide open spaces and dusty, hard-bitten characters, Starvation Camp tells the story of a Canadian Mountie as he hunts down his lover's murderers. Isolated and cold, our hero traverses the harsh, mountainous landscapes of the Yukon in singleminded pursuit. But soon madness and hunger come calling. Featuring a stirring narration from Norman Dietz, this dark western will chill your bones and your soul.Available Formats:6.0 hrs • Oct/13/2016 • Unabridged
Spur Award-winner Gary Svee is praised by western fans for his fascinating novels of the 19th-century American frontier. In Spirit Wolf, a mysterious wolf-like animal has been destroying cattle in Montana. In the dead of winter, Nashua Brue ventures into the wilderness to track and kill this vicious beast. Soon he discovers the real killer walks on two legs, not four.Available Formats:10.3 hrs • Sep/28/2016 • Unabridged
In the future, men and women have colonized the moon, and dazzling technological advances have created a better life for those on earth. But the arrival of “The Wanderer” may change all that. A sphere of immense size, it appears suddenly one night during a lunar eclipse, causing crushing quakes on the moon and catastrophes on earth. Now Lt. Don Merriam must find a way to reach the Wanderer and discover its purpose.Available Formats:Loading more titles...
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