This is one of Tuck`s VERY favorites!!
George Washington's authorized biography using his writings!
This is one of the books, Doug Phillips of Vision Forum said was one of the top books for making a positive impact on his life as a young boy.
Ages 6-15 God makes no mistakes in how he designs each one of us!
Another in the series by Joseph Altsheler, the story of the fall of Richmond during the Civil War.
Audio Adventure Book read by Uncle Rick
"The Great Sioux Trail" is the first of a group of books concerning the opening of the Great West just after the Civil War, and having a solid historical basis. E-Book
Your kids will be sure to love this true adventure story of one of the heroes of the Revolutionary War- John Paul Jones!
BOB CHESTER’S GRIT is another adventure masterpiece by Frank Webster, sure to have your young person on the edge of their seat as they read to find how Bob Chester worked his way from ranch to riches!
Character building adventure story!
Approx. 17 hours of listening time! Learn about the founding of our country in a fascinating way!
Three resources for young patriots
Appropriate for 4th through 7th grades 308 pp.
Great reading book for grades 3-6
Great biography of Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox. 197 pp. Appropriate reading level for junior high and up although younger children will love to listen to the story.
It was the custom during the American Revolution for women, often wives of soldiers, to follow the armies into the field as laundry women. No account of the Battle of Monmouth is complete without this story of the brave Mary Ludwig who came to be know as Molly Pitcher.
Mr. Edison made so many marvelous discoveries in electricity. The lesson of his life teaches that work, though laborious will end in success when you persevere.
When General Putnam heard of the Battle of Lexington, he was plowing in his field. He dropped his plow handles , mounted his horse and headed for Boston. Putnam was probably the most dangerous enemy of the British forces. Learn of his daring descent down stone steps when the Brititsh were too afraid to follow.
The surrender of Burgoyne at the Battle of Saratoga is said to have been the turning point of the war. After this war, the French decided to help the Americans. Be prepared for adventure in this audio story.
Leif was a bold Norseman and a brave adventurer. Find out why he was nicknamed "The Lucky" and learn of his adventures.
The story of Fransisco Pizzaro and his association with Balboa and discovering the Pacific Ocean. Learn of his cruelty because of his lust for gold.
Find out how Sir Walter Raleigh obtained the notice and favor of the Queen and his adventure in setting out to found a colony in the New World.
The story of Governor White and the lost colony of Roanoke.
During the French and Indian War, Morgan's commanding officer placed a sentinel to guard the borders of the forest. For five nights in a row, the sentinel was dead come morning. Daniel Morgan came up with a plan. Listen to the story to see what his plan was and how it turned out. You may be quite surprised!
Trapper, scout, and fearless adventurer among the Indians, wild beasts, and the inhopitable wasteland of the then unpeopled West.
There was a Waco Indian chieftain who was identified by his big feet. He would sneak into the frontier town of Austin, steal horses, kill whom he could. Find out how Ranger William Alexander Wallace earned the nickname of "Big Foot" and of his many gallant adventures as Ranger of the Texas Prairie.
A wolf had been terrorizing and killing the sheep. After finally trapping her in a cave, Putnam decided there was no other option but to enter into the den himself. This is the thrilling story of what happened to Israel Putnam.
We all know George Washington as President, but do you know the story of his early life as surveyor of the frontier?
Washington traveled over 1000 miles with a message from Governor Dinwiddle to the French Commander in the Ohio Valley. He had adventures with Indians and many dangers of all kinds.
A story of the French and Indian War
What was it like to go to church in Colonial America? It might surprise you!
Was it really the colonies that caused the trouble or was it really King George? See how problems between the colonies and King George grew into the War for Independence.
Patrick Henry met with many failires in the early part of his life. See how he won reputation in the Parson's Cause!
The Patriots needed arms. There was a large supply at Fort Ticonderoga. See how that fort was captured.
What was George Washington really like? What kind of things did he enjoy? Did you know he was a farmer? Learn more about this great man.
Benjamin Franklin is one of the most interesting people in our history. From poor boy to inventor to helping to win our independence, you'll be inspired by this man's life.
Thomas Jefferson is known for writing the Declaration of Independence, but he accomplished so much more than that. Here is his story
It had been the dream of early explorers to find gold but it wasn't until Captain John Sutter moved to California and built a saw mill that gold nuggets were found and rush to California began.
It is quite certain that no other inventor has produced so many things that have added to the pleasure and comfort of the world as Thomas Edison. Listen to the story of his life.
This is the story of the early part of Washington's life from being a surveyor for Lord Fairfax to commanding troops during the French and Indian War. It tells of his cool confidence and courage that was preparing him to later become commander of the colonist's forces against Great Britain.
He almost lost his leg and his life as a 13 yr. old boy. The doctor wanted to amputate his leg. He made the decision not to let the doctor do it. God preserved his life and he was made Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces of World War II who launched the invasion of HItler's Europe- the greatest single military action the world has ever known. Learn of...