Exciting Events Vol 2 Audio CDs by Your Story Hour
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Your Story Hour® proudly presents this second set of exciting, dramatized stories in our new series called “EXCITING EVENTS.” This volume of “Exciting Events” from the past include stories address issues of intolerance, responsibility, God’s protection, adapting to change and patience. Great listening entertainment for the whole family!
This Volume of “EXCITING EVENTS” from the past contains 7 dramatized, audio stories on 3 CDs.
Narrated by Uncle Dan and Aunt Carole
– Each episode is approximately thirty minutes in length
|Mountain Storm||When Todd and his hiking partner Almira get lost during a storm, Todd’s impatience and intolerance of Almira’s background come front and center, only to undergo a transformation when he learns the true circumstances of her life.|
|Where's Uncle Dilbert||Uncle Dilbert, known among neighborhood kids as “Old Weird Guy,” is an embarrassment to his nephew Jeff. When Jeff is given the responsibility to check on him during the day while his parents are out of town, he almost causes a disaster.|
|Under His Wings/The Christmas Surprise||The missionaries aboard a medical launch on the Amazon are protected by God when they are attacked by robbers at night. / The children of a poor family pull together to buy their mother a much-needed Christmas present.|
|Amazing Mini-Miracles||Several stories grouped together, all of which show how God’s protection is always near and sometimes put into motion by the tiniest of circumstances.|
|Wassaja–The Stolen Boy||Kidnapped as a child from his village by raiding Indians from another tribe, Wassaja was “sold” to a traveling photographer who adpoted him as his son, renamed him Carlos Montezuma, and saw to his education. Carlos became the second Native American doctor.|
|Chief Iron Eye’s Daughter||The life story of Susan LaFlesh, whose father, Chief Iron Eye, realized the world for the Indian was changing and his children needed to prepare for the future. Susan became the first Native American physician.|