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  • Tending to the Past: Reflections of an American History Teacher | Jim McGinnis

    Tending to the Past: Reflections of an American History Teacher

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Jim McGinnis
    • Narrated By Bruce Stone
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    Florida native Jim McGinnis explores what it is that makes teachers like Frank Quinn so fiercely loyal to the art of teaching, so committed to their calling. This novel is a reflection on all that is good in the classroom, giving voice to the beauties, frustrations and truths that make up a teacher's day. Frank Quinn, a veteran American History teacher, has seen a lot in his day - promising students, apathetic students, lessons good and bad, endless mandates, and teachers that become legendary in their own right.

  • Monster Aces, Volume 2 | Jim Beard,Teel James Glenn,Nancy Hansen,David White,Jeff McGinnis,J. Walt Layne

    Monster Aces, Volume 2

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Jim Beard, Teel James Glenn, Nancy Hansen, and others
    • Narrated By William Turbett
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    While the world's still choked with monsters - their work is never done. Tireless and dedicated, the Aces scour the globe in pursuit of the creatures that seek to terrorize humanity. For this ongoing mission, they leave no stone unturned - and no monsters alive. Whether it be in far-off wilderness, small-town America, or among the concrete canyons of the big city, Cap'n, Gats, Joker, Digger, and Trill continue to risk their lives at the cost of their own identities to keep us safe from the things that go bump in the night.

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