This performance by James Langton is a gift to all listeners who seek a wholesome, fun, and humorous narration. Socially awkward Noah meets the quirky yet romantically apathetic Angel at a coffee shop due to a mix-up, and after Noah is told by a friend that it only takes 13 dates to fall in love with someone, he decides to pursue this theory with Angel. As expected, most of... Read More
Narrator Grover Gardner portrays Pittsburgh reporter Ray Sprigle, who, having darkened his skin by sunburn, became a black man to tour the South in 1948, showing his readers black lives under Jim Crow laws in Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi. Sprigle isn't remembered today, but his writing helped start a national discussion on race that continues today. Bill Steigerwald adds... Read More
Much has been written on Jackie Robinson's groundbreaking career and legacy, but it's nice to see a well-done synopsis covering the highlights of his life for young people. Narrator JD Jackson carries the story as he conveys the importance of Robinson's life without overdramatization. It covers Robinson's growing up, time in the Army, and deliberate recruitment for the purpose... Read More
Stig Wemyss's spirited delivery and strong Australian accent add to the zaniness as Andy and Terry continue their misadventures in their ever-growing treehouse. It began at 13, and now has 91 storeys. In addition to babysitting for their publisher Mr. Big Nose's grandkids, they must decide whether to push the red button in the treehouse. Wemyss's Andy and Terry squabble like... Read More
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