What would your life look like if you could distill the wisdom of the ages and make it your own? Now you can! Far from being "lost classics", this collection of audiobooks offers timeless jewels from some of the greatest names in personal development. Every success fundamental is explored in detail to bring you keen insights to savor - and use! These rare classics are sure to transform your perspective and your life.
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Here is a wonderful collection of classic children's tales told with humor and heartfelt charm. Featured are the beloved favorite "Little Red Riding Hood", Hans Christian Andersen's "The Pea Blossom" and "The Nightengale", and L. Frank Baum's hilarious tale of the mixed-up "Man in the Moon".
One of the greatest self-improvement books ever written and now available here in audio format. For anyone who wants an enriched life and an existence with meaning this is a must listen manuscript. Allen’s teachings make absolute sense: ‘A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts’.
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Travel back in time to 1966 with this historical UFO recording - a radio news special program on UFOs, featuring comments by Donald Keyhoe, J. Allen Hynek, Al Chop (USAF), James Moseley, and Willliam Coleman (USAF). Eye-witness and news accounts discussed include the Washington, DC, radar case; the 1952, McMinville, Oregon, case; and the Exeter, New Hampshire sightings. Keyhoe also describes an aircraft case investigated by a secret government agency.
From the celebrated author of As A Man Thinketh this is another of Allen’s life shaping books in audio format. The Path To Prosperity will teach you the secret of ‘Health and Success’, How to discover and direct your ‘Personal Force’. Why the outside World is a ‘mirror’ of you. How to direct and shape your life to ‘Realize Your Prosperity’. How to escape any undesirable conditions that affect your life and change for the better.
The Way of Peace is a New Thought book written by James Allen. Although Allen is more widely known for his As a Man Thinketh, it is the lesser known The Way of Peace (1907) which reflects more accurately his New Thought Movement affiliations, referencing as it does Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism. The book is essentially a treatise on the importance of meditation as a 'pathway to divinity'.
Bleak Expectations is the remarkable adventures of young Philip Bin as he struggles to rescue himself and his sisters from the plotting of his guardian, the scheming, evil and badly-named Mr Gently Benevolent, and the blood-curdling Hardthrasher brothers.
The third volume of this magnificent, award-winning Dickensian comic epic first transmitted by the British Broadcasting Club's Radio 4. It's a Victorian epic of shenanigans at awful schools, worse prisons, featuring giant rabbits, and long lost super-hero aunts - in the style of Charles Dickens after far too much gin. Winner of the 'British Comedy Guide Editors' Award', volume three stars Anthony Head, Celia Imrie, Geoffrey Whitehead, Richard Johnson, Tom Allen, James Bachman and David Mitchell.
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Seth is laid off from work. His wife Lara just found out they are expecting a baby this summer. Seth plans on documenting the entire pregnancy with his brand new digital camcorder. During an evening home watching television, the news reports that a swarm of cicada (Brood Ten) are expected to overwhelm the entire Northeast. Brood Ten is vicious and ready to invade.
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This collection of fanciful fairy tales feature all of your favorite stories narrated with fun, whimsical delight. Including the story of that rascal Rumplestiltskin and his most mysterious name; the beautiful tale of the Golden Bird, about three princes on a magical quest; the story of a Wond'rous Wise Man whose befuddled wisdom knows no bounds; and the beautiful tale of Snow White and Rose Red, two sisters whose kindness leads them to help a mysterious bear that is much more than it seems.
Here's a humorous collection of stories by Rudyard Kipling, the man behind the much-loved Just So Stories. "The Elephant's Child" tells the charming story of a baby elephant whose curiosity gets the best of him, while "The Cat Who Walked by Himself" tells the fanciful story of a cat who lived during a time when men lived in caves and all animals were wild.