This is the heroic story of America's fight for freedom from King George of England, including the military genius, the unbeatable spirit, and rugged leadership of George Washington, the hero who made it all happen.
The wise man with crazy ideas....This is the dramatized story of how one of the wisest men in American history dedicated his long life to the wild and wonderful ideas that created a free America.
The dramatized story of how a young American officer sacrificed his life to safeguard George Washington's fight for freedom.
Here is a telling of the hilarious classic episode from Alice in Wonderland: "A Mad Tea Party". Hear how little Alice outsmarted the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the sleepy Dormouse.
Here is the dramatized story of how the son of a slave became the first man to die for freedom in the American Revolution, five years before the Revolution began.
The dramatized story of how a teenage girl in pigtails, carrying only a pitcher, was the true winner in America's vital victory in the Battle of Monmouth.
Here is the dramatic story of how Paul Revere's historic ride sparked the American Revolution for freedom from King George of England.
The classic Christmas story of the fantastic dream of a little girl named Marie. She dreamt she saw an army of mice, led by the evil Mouse King, attack her precious Nutcracker, her favorite Christmas toy.
The inspirational story of how a Jewish boy's life was saved by a Samaritan, who rescued the boy after he was badly beaten by a gang of ruffians in a mountain pass.
When the heathen King Nebuchadnezzar conquered Jerusalem 2,000 years ago, he took a religious young Jew named Daniel back to the city of Babylon. But when Daniel refused to worship the King's golden idols, Daniel was thrown into a den of lions. His life was saved because of his undying faith in God.
The Life & Times of George Washington (Part 2) - After being defeated at Germantown and Brandywine, Pa., George Washington and his army of 11,000 men spent the winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge. More then 3,000 men died there of extreme cold, hunger and sickness. What kept them going? George Washington's leadership, Baron Von Steubin's training, and the news that general Burgoyne's Red Coats had been licked at Saratoga.
A young shepherd wanted excitement, so he ran through his town shouting, "A wolf is attacking my sheep". Instantly, people rushed out to capture the wolf, but there was no wolf. However, the next day, when a wolf did attack his sheep, no one came to help.
George Washington and many other Americans saw that this new country needed central government to keep peace at home - and gain respect abroad. In Philadelphia, 55 men argued out a strong, yet flexible U.S. constitution - a set of laws by which people could govern themselves. It wasn't perfect, but it seemed to George - who presided over the continental Congress - "A little short of a miracle".
Long, long ago, when the world was still young and hopeful, there lived a girl named Pandora. One day, a beautiful mysterious box was left in her cottage. She was warned not to open it. But she did open the box, and all of a sudden a swarm of hideously ugly creatures flew out, bringing with them pain and suffering. Then, at last, a bright glistening fairy flew out to bring new hope to the world.
Of his 12 sons, the mighty Jacob loved his 11th, Joseph, most of all...which made the 10 other sons dislike, even hate, Joseph...especially after Jacob had made a beautiful coat of many colors for Joseph. So the brothers secretly sold Joseph to merchants heading for Egypt. However, years later, Joseph saved his brothers from a devastating drought, where they founded the nation of Israel.
A children's favorite: how a mighty bowman saved his country's freedom by splitting an apple on his brave son's head with his bow and arrow.
Listen to the dramatic story of how a young seamstress in Philadelphia created the first American flag, which united the 13 colonies in their fight for freedom.
Israel once suffered a dreadful drought, which forced a mother named Naomi to move her family to the heathen country of Moab where there was plenty of water. There they met a wonderful woman named Ruth, who helped them to start a new life. Years later Naomi returned home to Israel, accompanied by Ruth, who now believed in the God of Israel.
An all-time favorite: how a little boy saved Holland from the rampaging ocean by sticking his finger into a dangerous leaking hole in the dike.
Here's the story of how a greedy king loved gold so much that he wished everything he touched would turn into gold. When his wish was granted, he embraced his golden-haired daughter, and she became a gold statue.