Reclaiming History: The Assassination Of President John F. Kennedy [abridged]

2008 Audie Award Finalist for Achievement in AbridgementThe nation's foremost prosecutor takes on the most important murder case in American history For over forty years the...

Who Says Elephants Can't Dance?

Writing in an exciting, fast-paced narrative style, Gerstner takes readers through his experiences at IBM -- from the high-powered recruiting pressure to take the Chairman's...

The Johnstown Flood

The stunning story of one of America’s great disasters, a preventable tragedy of Gilded Age America, brilliantly told by master historian David McCullough.At the end of the...

The Mysterious Edge Of The Heroic World

PRE-READING ACTIVITY Define the terms "censorship" and "degenerate." Learn about the National Socialist Society for German Culture, and their efforts to censor art they called...

Einstein: His Life And Universe [abridged]

"This is a brilliant intellectual tapestry -- and a great read. Skillfully weaving Einstein's revolutionary scientific achievements, his prolific political initiatives, his...

Somewhere in Heaven: The Remarkable Love Story of Dana and Christopher Reeve

Christopher Andersen, senior editor for People and acclaimed author of numerous books, spotlights Dana and Christopher Reeve—examining their unique partnership and the...

The Greatest Story Ever Told

Available for the first time in audio, Fulton Oursler's 1949 novel about the life of Jesus Christ was written with powerful simplicity and set against a rich historical...

Mile 81: Includes Bonus Story 'the Dune'

Mile 81 is Stand by Me meets Christine—the story of an insatiable car and a heroic kid.At Mile 81 on the Maine Turnpike is a boarded-up rest stop, a place where high school...

The Greatest Gift: A Christmas Tale

This reading group guide for The Greatest Gift includes an introduction, discussion questions, and ideas for enhancing your book club. The suggested questions are intended to help...

General Ike: A Personal Reminiscence [abridged]

John S.D. Eisenhower modestly explains General Ike as “a son's view of a great military leader—highly intelligent, strong, forceful, kind, yet as human as the rest of...

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