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  • The Story Tree | Hugh Lupton

    The Story Tree

    • UNABRIDGED (36 mins)
    • By Hugh Lupton
    • Narrated By Hugh Lupton
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    This delightful collection of folktales from around the world includes favorites like "The Three Billy Goats Gruff" (Norwegian) as well as less familiar stories such as "The Blue Coat" (Jewish) and "The Sweetest Song" (African-American). With almost 20 years of storytelling under his belt, Hugh Lupton is the perfect choice for narrating this wide-reaching anthology. Spark your children's imaginations with his lively performance!

  • Tales of Wisdom and Wonder | Hugh Lupton

    Tales of Wisdom and Wonder

    • UNABRIDGED (56 mins)
    • By Hugh Lupton
    • Narrated By Hugh Lupton
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    How can a blind man see more than his companion, the hunter? And how do fishes find themselves swimming in the grass of a forest? Nothing is quite as it seems in this unusual collection of tales gathered from the far north to the equator, and the transformations that occur provide plenty of food for thought on just how vast and mysterious our world is.

    Amazon Customer says: "Fun stories told with style I enjoyed listening I"
  • The Aventures of Odysseus | Daniel Morden,Hugh Lupton

    The Aventures of Odysseus

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 56 mins)
    • By Daniel Morden, Hugh Lupton
    • Narrated By Daniel Morden, Hugh Lupton
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    Travel back in time to experience one of the greatest epic stories of all time. Once the Trojan War ended, Odysseus thought his journey home would begin. But what he assumed was the end of his adventure was truly only the beginning.

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