Aboard the science ship Intrepid II, Captain Spock, commanding some of his old crewmates, faces his greatest challenge and his most difficult choice. "Fascinating!" says Leonard Nimoy, who narrates this "dramatic tale...that answers long-standing questions about Spock's life choices."
"Sound effects were distracting"
Following their best sellers Vulcan's Forge and Vulcan's Heart, Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz embark on a new trilogy chronicling the latter-day adventures of one of Star Trek's most beloved characters, shedding new light on his world's shocking history.
"book two please"
While many European explorers headed south in search of gold and spices, Samuel de Champlain spent his life in North America. He founded the first French colony at Quebec, traded with and fought with and against the local Native American tribes. He also mapped unknown territories such as Lake Huron and the lake in Vermont that bears his name, Lake Champlain.
A powerful tale that explores an untold turning point in the ongoing saga of Spock and the world of Vulcan, Vulcan's Heart goes from Spock's bonding rite in 2329 to a covert mission at the heart of the Romulan Empire in 2344. Read by Tim Russ!
"Not bad at all."
Exodus and Exiles, the first two parts of the Vulcan's Soul Trilogy, introduced a brewing conflict that threatens the galaxy. In this final chapter, the secret history of the Romulans is revealed. And to stave off an escalation of galactic warfare, Spock and his allies race across time and space to confront a terrifying interstellar menace.
"good book, but, where is book 1 and 2?"
Lose yourself in the world of the equestrian with this unique anthology of stories about magical, mystical, and memorable horses. Bringing together stories from many different traditions and containing fascinating notes about the different breeds, this unabridged program is guaranteed to become a much treasured volume in any child's collection. A must for horse lovers everywhere!
The Constitution established the law of the land in 1789. A response to the inadequacies of the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution provided the framework for our government and judicial system. This new audiobook explores the framer's goals and intents in the drafting of the document, as well as the debates, and examines at how and why our nation still lives by its principles.
Eirithan, ruler of Sidhe, is paranoid about threats to his throne, even when none exist. Swayed by political intriguers, he is convinced that his younger brother, Ardagh, is guilty of treason. His honor falsely destroyed, Ardagh suffers the worst of all possible fates -- banishment to the land of humans. He is lost and alone in a world of Christian kings and Viking raiders.
Guided only by legendary stories and unfinished 15th-century maps, Henry Hudson set out to search for the sea route through what was thought to be a polar passage to Asia. An English navigator in search of the riches of the Orient for the Dutch East India Company, Hudson got more than he bargained for on what was to become his last voyage in 1610. Young people will enjoy this fascinating biography, complete with primary source quotations from Hudson's ship logs.
Award-winning author Josepha Sherman returns with the sequel to The Shattered Oath as Elven Prince Ardagh is forced to choose between standing by his sworncomrade or regaining all that he has lost - and to be in truth as well as name - Ardagh Oathbreaker. Banished from the world of humans after being framed, elven prince Ardagh struggles to find a place for himself and is called upon to defend Ireland against the evil magic of an Anglo-Saxon menace.
Rain, rain, go away! Do you wish it would stop raining? Find out why rain is so important. Find out what happens when it rains too much and when it rains too little, and learn what makes the rain.