The Dreamcatcher Codes

Beautifully read by award-winning narrator Erin Bennett, this epic adventure takes listeners on a daring journey.The earth is gasping for breath, its only hope the sacred Codes of...

Alison Larkin Presents: The Gospel According To St. Mark

In this wonderfully accessible new recording, Masterpiece Theater star James Warwick reads the Gospel of Mark so beautifully you feel you are hearing it for the first time..

Tales From Shakespeare

Legendary actress and Shakespearean expert Tina Packer takes all the fear out of understanding Shakespeare by adapting ten of The Bard’s most famous plays into easily understood...

The Birthday Dinosaur

The night before his fifth birthday, a young boy who can't wait to grow up receives a visit from the Birthday Dinosaur. Together they fly off on a magical adventure, high above...

Winnie-the-pooh And When We Were Very Young

Award-winning narrator and comedienne Alison Larkin brings A A Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh and When We Were Very Young to a new American audience. “As a child growing up in the...

Secrets And Shadows

Berlin.Wartime.A city of secrets, secrets that destroyed Paul Bertram’s once-idyllic marriage, secrets that have threatened to consume him, secrets that almost destroyed his...

Classic Bedtime Stories Volume 2

Soothe your soul at bedtime as you listen to some of the world's most beautifully written classic stories, exquisitely read by Alison Larkin and Virginia McKenna. Alison's...

Classic Bedtime Stories Volume 1

After a busy day what could be better than getting into bed and listening to some of the world's most beloved classic bedtime stories exquisitely read by Alison Larkin and iconic...

A Grief Sublime

Part memoir, part fiction, A Grief Sublime begins at the moment the author learns of the sudden death in a car accident of her husband of 30 years, Steve "Sproutman"...

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde & The Yellow Wallpaper With Commentary by Alison Larkin

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde grew out of a horrifying nightmare Robert Louis Stevenson had one night in Bournemouth, England in 1886. "The Yellow Wallpaper" sprang...

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