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Books produced in the past    ( Total: 4 )

Children's Fiction

  • Title : Return of the Jedi : Star Wars read-along storybook
    Return of the Jedi : Star Wars read-along storybook
    • Author : Thornton, Randy
    • Narrator : Dick Hill.
    • System Number : E14778
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Audio Length : 18 minutes
    • Genre : Science fiction
    • Summary :
      The Rebellion begins a desperate mission to defeat the Empire once and for all in Star Wars Episode VI Return of the Jedi.
      The Rebellion begins a desperate mission to defeat the Empire once and for all in Star Wars Episode VI Return of the Jedi. Fully illustrated with gorgeous images by Star Wars artist Brian Rood, this epic storybook also includes a CD with word-for-word narration, music, and character voices. Follow along as Luke Skywalker and the rest of the rebels take on the Empire's deadliest weapon yet--a new Death Star.

  • Title : Solo : a Star Wars story : Star Wars read-along storybook
    Solo : a Star Wars story : Star Wars read-along storybook
    • Author : Millici, Nate
    • Narrator : Michael D. Hanks.
    • System Number : E14780
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Audio Length : 19 minutes
    • Genre : Children's fiction, Science fiction
    • Summary :
      Relive the adventure of Solo: A Star Wars Story with this book-and-CD set, featuring thrilling sound effects, word-for-word narration, and character voices!
      Relive the adventure of Solo: A Star Wars Story with this book-and-CD set, featuring thrilling sound effects, word-for-word narration, and character voices!

Fiction

  • Title : Black water rising : Jay Porter, book 1
    Black water rising : Jay Porter, book 1
    • Author : Locke, Attica.
    • Narrator : Jeff Harding.
    • System Number : E14782
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Audio Length : 13 hours 20 minutes
    • Genre : Suspense stories.
    • Summary :
      On a dark night, out on the Houston bayou to celebrate his wife's birthday, Jay Porter hears a scream.
      On a dark night, out on the Houston bayou to celebrate his wife's birthday, Jay Porter hears a scream. Saving a distressed woman from drowning, he opens a Pandora's Box. Not the lawyer he set out to be, Jay long ago made peace with his radical youth, tucked away his darkest sins and resolved to make a fresh start. His impulsive act out on the bayou is heroic, but it puts Jay in danger, ensnaring him in a murder investigation that could cost him his practice, his family and even his life. (Shortlisted for 2010 Orange Prize for Fiction.)

Nonfiction

  • Title : SAS : rogue heroes
    SAS : rogue heroes
    • Author : Macintyre, Ben.
    • Narrator : Ben Macintyre. (Male)
    • System Number : E14783
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Audio Length : 13 hours 15 minutes
    • Genre : Biography, History.
    • Summary :
      In the summer of 1941, at the height of the war in the Western Desert, a bored and eccentric young officer, David Stirling, came up with a plan that was radical and entirely against the rules: a small undercover unit that would inflict mayhem behind enemy lines.
      In the summer of 1941, at the height of the war in the Western Desert, a bored and eccentric young officer, David Stirling, came up with a plan that was radical and entirely against the rules: a small undercover unit that would inflict mayhem behind enemy lines. Despite intense opposition, Winston Churchill personally gave Stirling permission to recruit the toughest, brightest and most ruthless soldiers he could find. So began the most celebrated and mysterious military organisation in the world: the SAS. Now, 75 years later, the SAS has finally decided to tell its astonishing story. It has opened its secret archives for the first time, granting historian Ben Macintyre full access to a treasure trove of unseen reports, memos, diaries, letters, maps and photographs, as well as free rein to interview surviving Originals and those who knew them. The result is an exhilarating tale of fearlessness and heroism, recklessness and tragedy; of extraordinary men who were willing to take monumental risks. It is a story about the meaning of courage.