Saturday, November 29, 2008

Some good listening to get you into the season



I just bought a collection of classic Christmas stories on MP3. You can buy it on Audible.com

It is over 5hours of great listening. Now I'm going to grab a cup of tea and turn on my new electric fireplace and listen to a Christmas Carol! Juergen put up the lights. The gifts are all wrapped. I'm getting ready to enjoy the season!!! No stress!

  • "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, Read by Tom Casaletto
  • "The Gift of the Magic" by O. Henry, Read by Dick Hill
  • "Is There a Santa Claus? (Yes, Virginia...)" by Frank P. Church, Read by J. Charles
  • "A Visit from Saint Nicholas ('Twas the Night Before Christmas)" by Clement C. Moore, Read by Bill Weideman
  • "A Winter Walk" by Henry David Thoreau, Read by Jean Reed-Bahle
  • "The Seven Poor Travelers" by Charles Dickens, Read by Michael Page
  • "The Fir Tree" by Hans Christian Andersen, Read by Sandra Burr
  • "Santa Claus at Simpson's Bar" by Bret Harte, Read by Robert Lawrence
  • "What Christmas Is As We Grow Older" by Charles Dickens, Read by Buck Schirner


  • PS. This would be great if you have to be in the car allot, or plan on taking a long drive. Also, you are legally able to burn 8 copies of the books you buy on audible.com. If you are short on cash, you can buy one good book and make copies to give to friends.

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