Go Advanced Search
          

August House Audio Books

Sort by
Titles Per Page
1 - 10 of 35 Titles
1  2   3   4     Next  
1.
by Donald Davis
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD

Audiences at storytelling festivals worldwide are passionate about Donald Davis and his deceptively soft-edged Appalachian stories.

2.
by Donald Davis
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD | Audio Cassette

The sequel to the award-winning Listening for the Crack of Dawn.

3.
by J.J. Reneaux
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio Cassette

Fun, original fairy tales with plenty of Cajun accent.

4.
by Donald Davis
Available on:
Audio CD

Learning to drive occasions emotions ranging from reasonable caution to unbridled terror. Learning under the watchful eye of one's spouse is an added challenge.

5.
by Bobby Norfolk
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD

Emmy Award-winning storyteller Bobby Norfolk brings his electrifying energy to this diverse collection of folktales, which come from the African, British, European, and Appalachian traditions.

6.
by Barbara McBride-Smith
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD

Mama believed the woman who dies with the most fabric scraps wins. She saved scraps from odd sewing job for neighbors. She saved buttons from old winter coats and birthday dresses.

7.
by Carl Sandburg
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD | Audio Cassette

A group of America's best-loved storytellers join together to share their love of Carl Sandburg's work and words.

8.
by Kathryn Tucker Windham
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD | Audio Cassette

Nowhere are Kathryn Tucker Windam's transcendant themes of community, fidelity, and family more evident than in these stories.

9.
by Kathryn Tucker Windham
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD | Audio Cassette

The title story of this recording might have been dubbed Mother Knows Best. While Kathryn Tucker Windham has had a healthy respect for wisdom, her true love has always been humor.

10.
by Kathryn Tucker Windham
Available on:
Audio Download | Audio CD

In these stories of her mother, her Aunt Bet, and other women who influenced her, author and storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham reveals the complexity of Southern women in the days before feminism entered the common vocabulary.

1 - 10 of 35 Titles
1  2   3   4     Next