If you have read PP 365 very long, you probably know that we are big audio book and radio drama fans. One of the best things we have ever done for our children’s academics and love for learning is to NOT have television stations available for nearly all of our family’s life. (And we still do not today, which is why, along with no game systems, our teenage boys read and listen to audios extensively—and, I might add—love school.)
It’s not too late to get in on Jim Hodge’s audio book, “Story of the Pilgrims,” if you are still looking for an audio to teach your children about the first Thanksgiving. We have a lot of Hodge’s GA Henty audio books, among many others—and you will not be disappointed!
This one (along with many others) is available as a down load from his site—so you can still get it and use it this weekend (or on Monday for school). It is $15 and comes with a written transcript of the book as well.
You can get it at the link below