Hero Tales are audio books read with sound effects and acting that shames most read alouds.

When the book Hero Tales from American History was first published in 1895, Henry Cabot Lodge got top billing over co-author Theodore Roosevelt. Although both men were Harvard graduates with established records of historical and biographical books, at that time Lodge was the more prominent of the twoโ€”a Ph.D serving in the U.S. Senate after three terms in the House. Roosevelt had served short terms in the New York General Assembly and the federal Civil Service Commission, but his meteoric rise from the New York governorโ€™s office to the White House (with a brief visit to San Juan Hill, Puerto Rico) were still in his future. So in 1895, Senator Lodge is credited first.

I canโ€™t put into words, how great these are.  My boys love them, of course, if there is boy type behavior, noses and such, my boys are nuts over them.  So, boys LOVE these. 

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218 thoughts to “Mother’s Day Tea Giveaway #4 Hero Tales from Raising Real Men

  • judi

    I haven’t actually tried audio books yet.

  • Rachel

    Haven’t ever used audio books

  • Julie K

    The Railway children and The Lion, The Wtich and the Wardrobe!

  • Rachel

    Great blog!

  • Juliie

    We love audiobooks! Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Juliie

      Oops, not only did I spell my name wrong but forgot to put my favorite audiobook. There is one i in my name. We love to listen to the Narnia audiobooks by Focus on the Family, and Lamplighter Theater audios. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Stephanie

    We enjoy many audio books, all the Narnia books by Focus on the Family are great.

  • Paula Legg

    We don’t have audiobooks.

  • Wendi S

    We loved all of the Narnia books on audio.

  • Karyn H.

    We have not used audio books yet.

  • Katherine Aitken

    I love all the Narnia books on audio.

  • Pei Lu

    We love audio books and always looking to borrow some at library.

  • Andrea Padgett

    We don’t really have a favorite. We haven’t used many audio books yet, but it is something I want to start doing more of since my son has visual processing problems.

  • Shannon

    Oh, my children LOVE audio drama. We listen to Odyssey by Focus on the Family, Lamplighter audio dramas, Paws and Tales, Jonathan Parks by Vision Forum and on and on. Would love to add this to our library!

  • Desiree Wales

    I think my kiddos would love these ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Desiree Wales

      Oops, our favorite audio books have been the Narnia series ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Julie

    I don’t have a favorite. We have only borrowed a couple of children’s audio books from the library. Very interested in trying it!

  • Mayra

    Narnia

  • Heather Cook

    We have not yet used audio books but would be great with my younger 2.

  • missy

    We have listened to Little House books, but it has been awhile. These would be great!

  • Tessa Smith

    We haven’t used audio books before as we are just fixing to start, but I’m sure my boys would love these!

  • Christal

    Love using audio books.

  • Tandy B

    My son loves audio books; these look like something he would really enjoy.

  • Gretta

    So far the only audio books we’ve had are Naxos Junior Classics and the kids like them pretty well.

  • Ms. Cox

    looks like a great addition

  • HillaryM

    I cannot pick just one. We do “listening lunches” most days so we listen to a ton of audio books.

  • Amanda

    We have never used audio books and look forward to trying them out:)

  • Fullnest

    I haven’t tried any audio books yet, but I think my kids would really enjoy them.

  • Kristine M.

    We haven’t used the audio books yet. But we’d love to!

  • karla

    I haven’t used audiobooks.

  • Sarah Bailey

    the audio of American Girls and Little house I’ve been wanting Hero Tales for awhile

  • Lori TenHaken

    We love the Uncle Rick reads the bible. From Learning Parent.

  • Rebecca

    We are just starting to use audio books and will be doing American History next year. These would be an awesome addition!

  • Katrina

    The Chronicles of Narnia audios are wonderful.

  • Kristina Best

    My boys love Harry Potter.

  • Lori Vissers

    What audio book is your favorite? I haven’t used an audio book yet.

  • Jennifer Allen

    We like the Jonathan Parks mysteries.

  • Sarah Avila

    We listen to a kid’s bible in the car.

  • Jenn

    We haven’t used audio books yet

  • Julie

    The American History one…

  • Shannon Thompson

    I have never heard of Hero Tales however, my son would love it!!

  • Margarete

    My favorite audio book is ‘The Railway Children.’ I haven’t listened to this in a few years. Time to get it off the shelf. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • jill

    We haven’t used audio books.

  • Teri Knight

    We’ve tried some audio books and some my kids have really enjoyed and others not so much. I guess it was the presentation of them. But the ones they like…they really like.

  • BlessedCP

    Silas Marner by Focus on the Family is amazing!

  • Allison

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!

  • Jessica Pool

    We have not used audio books yet

  • Amanda Day

    I guess the Bible is the only Audiobook I have listened to and it is awesome!

  • heather ellis

    I am ashamed to admit I have only ever listened to the Bible on audiobook!

  • Pat

    my boys would love it

  • kathy balman

    Dont really have a favorite we love all audio books

  • Laurie

    I have the Bible on audio and we listen to it as we eat breakfast or supper together.

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