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Great Stories Volume 1 (Dramatized)

Narrated by: Carole Pezet, Stanley Hill
Length: 5 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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Dramatized audio stories about role models that will inspire and teach important values so necessary in the development of good character traits for today's youth.
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  • justheather
  • 06-01-16

I Love it!

It Was amazing and beautiful! I Love Your Story Hour. I wish everyone could listen.

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  • Melissa Ott
  • 20-05-18

Loved by the whole family!

We have four kids, ages 10 down to 4. Finding something we all want to listen to can be difficult, but Your Story Hour wins every time. You know you found a winner when the kids all clamor to turn the story on the moment you get into the car. This is another great Your Story Hour production that made a long road trip more enjoyable for all of us.

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  • Jerome McConnon
  • 14-05-19

Meh

My two boys, ages 6 and 8, have enjoyed it but I have not.

The narrators are cheesy as they introduce each story.

Characters in stories are portrayed with accents. A story set in Vietnam contained a character whose accent was typical of accents people use when ridiculing Asian culture. It pained me when I heard my boys repeating this accent later in the week.

Finally, God’s actions in this world is the plot mover for at least two stories. This surprised me as I didn’t notice anything in the title about Christian theology.

The

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