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Abraham Lincoln and the Heart of America

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Listen to the story of Lincoln’s life as he moves from poverty to president, from victory to tragedy. Includes the entire Gettysburg Address, plus vivid descriptions of Lee, Grant, and more.

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Thrill to bullets and ballots in this action-packed story of the man who won a war and refused a crown. Commander-in-chief, constitutionalist, farmer, family man and father of a nation – George Washington saw with amazing clarity the future achievements and challenges of a new nation while earning the title “first in the hearts of his countrymen.”

Listeners will be intrigued and inspired by these true stories of 20th Century Americans whose gifts transformed the world. Journalists, musicians, scientists, poets, a computer genius, and a president – all of them struggled and went on to great achievements.

Author of the Declaration of Independence, two-term president, and founder of the University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson helped to create the United States of America and form our national character. Thrill to true stories of war and peace, loyalty and betrayal, and of course the never-ending battles with Alexander Hamilton.

Product Overview

This dramatic audiobook written and narrated by Jim Weiss introduces young listeners to Abraham Lincoln’s life, and explains his role in American history. Jim Weiss’ spirited narration includes the complete Gettysburg Address and vivid descriptions of Lee, Grant, Stephen Douglas, Mary Todd Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and more. Children and adults alike will be reminded why Lincoln holds a special place in American history and in our hearts.

Track List

  1. Pen and Paper
  2. Young Abe Lincoln
  3. Stephen Douglas and Mary Todd
  4. The Run-up to War
  5. Lincoln vs. Douglas
  6. President Lincoln
  7. War!
  8. Gettysburg and Vicksburg
  9. The Gettysburg Address (full text)
  10. Victory and Loss
  11. Abraham Lincoln and the Heart of America

Titles Available in this Bundle

Abraham Lincoln and the Heart of America

Listen to the story of Lincoln’s life as he moves from poverty to president, from victory to tragedy. Includes the entire Gettysburg Address, plus vivid descriptions of Lee, Grant, and more.

George Washington: First in the Hearts of His Countrymen

Thrill to bullets and ballots in this action-packed story of the man who won a war and refused a crown. Commander-in-chief, constitutionalist, farmer, family man and father of a nation – George Washington saw with amazing clarity the future achievements and challenges of a new nation while earning the title “first in the hearts of his countrymen.”

I Said I Could and I Did: True Stories of 20th-Century Americans, Updated Edition Audiobook

Listeners will be intrigued and inspired by these true stories of 20th Century Americans whose gifts transformed the world. Journalists, musicians, scientists, poets, a computer genius, and a president – all of them struggled and went on to great achievements.

Thomas Jefferson's America

Author of the Declaration of Independence, two-term president, and founder of the University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson helped to create the United States of America and form our national character. Thrill to true stories of war and peace, loyalty and betrayal, and of course the never-ending battles with Alexander Hamilton.

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  1. Question

    Sarah Soltis

    Appropriate for what age best?

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    • Answer Desk (verified owner)

      This title is enjoyable for the whole family, from about age 7 on up. It’s a good overview for older students, and includes a reading of the full Gettysburg Address

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