New Arrivals - Kids Audio Books
Drover C. Dog, faithful sidekick to Hank the Cowdog, tells the story of his life, from being the runt of the litter with dreams of being a handsome prince, to how he came to Loper and Sally May's ranch.
Hank goes in search of Plato, a wayward bird dog, and finds himself face to face with an angry feral hog and her litter.
When there is a theft at the ranch and Miss Beulah is kidnapped, Hank the cowdog uses his sleuthing skills.
Oh, the places you'll go!: Advice in rhyme for proceeding in life; weathering fear, loneliness, and confusion; and being in charge of your actions.
In 1897, whaling in the Arctic waters off Alaska's coast was as dangerous as it was lucrative. And that particular year winter blasted in early, bringing storms and ice packs that caught eight American whale ships and three hundred sailors off guard. Here is the incredible story of three men sent by President McKinley to rescue them. With the help of photographs and journal entries by one of the rescuers, Martin W. Sandler takes listeners on every step of their riveting journey.
Collection of 11 Dr. Seuss favorites, featuring not only the Grinch, but also the Cat in the Hat, Horton, the Lorax, and others.
The white wolf: While visiting their friend Wallis and her adopted daughter on Mount Desert Island, Maine, Josh, Dink, and Ruth Rose investigate why three white wolf cubs were stolen, and by whom.
Slim Chance, with dogs Hank and Drover in tow, heads out to town to buy a Valentine's Day gift for Miss Viola. Even though shopping is not one of his favorite activities, Slim manages to find a beautiful box of candy. The only problem is that his canine companions like candy too.
"To cheat or not to cheat. That is one of the questions to be answered on the ranch. While interrogating J.T. Cluck, will Hank be able to figure out what scary creatures are planning an attack on the ranch? After Hank lures Pete the Barncat into making a foolish bet for scraps, would Pete try to cheat the Head of Ranch Security? Will truth and justice (Hank) win in the end?"--Container.
Sally May is planning to host a dance in her yard and launches a major spring cleaning offensive! When a grumbling Slim is drafted to haul trash to the burn barrel, Hank decides it might be a good idea to keep an eye on him. He was right! Later, Miss Viola's pickup breaks down in front of Slim's house and she needs Slim's expert help as a mechanic. Will the bachelor cowboy take the opportunity to ask her to the dance or will the Head of Ranch Security have to take her to the dance?
"Drover admits he thinks the moon looks like a cookie! After a scientific discussion, Hank agrees. Then, when Loper sets down Sally May's picnic basket, which contains oatmeal raisin cookies, the plot thickens. Hank suddenly realizes the cookie moon was a sign that he should... you'll never guess what!"--Container.
"It's the day before Christmas, and Loper and Sally May have left Slim to manage the ranch while they go off to visit relatives for the holidays. But, just when it begins to look like another boring bachelor Christmas with Slim, guess who shows up on Slim's front porch with a plate of baked goodies for Hank? Miss Viola! At least Hank assumes that the cookies are for him. Then, when a storm blows in and the electric fence separating a herd of steers from the highway shorts out, it's time for Slim, Viola, and the ranch's Security Division to jump into action! Things take a surprising twist when Slim comes down with a burning fever in the middle of the operation, and Hank and Miss Viola must rush him to the hospital. But, nobody, and especially not Miss Viola, could have been prepared for the even bigger surprise that transpires along the way!"--Publisher's website.
When an odd turn of events brings a parrot to the ranch, Hank ignores the mimicking bird and struggles to keep up with Sally May and Loper's persistent requests to bark louder and dig up the flowers.
Hank and Drover are excited when a quick nap in the back of Slim's pickup turns into a trip to town. But the excitement turns to drama when they find themselves at the livestock show-and Drover decides to take off to visit his mother. Can Hank track down his faithful sidekick before Slim heads back to the ranch? Or is he off on a wild goose chase?
When Hank the Cowdog hears reports that coyotes are planning to go after the chickens, he manages to resist the temptation to join them and instead thwarts their attack, earning Sally May's forgiveness, and persuading Loper to stop feeding him Cheapo brand dog food.
Distracted by the charms of Beulah the Collie, Hank the Cowdog, Head of Ranch Security, loses the trail of a burglar wanted for "attempted robbery with a skunk."
It's scrap day on the ranch, and Hank is looking forward to a delicious feast of juicy, fatty bacon scraps. But just as Little Alfred is doling out the goods, two very unusual looking creatures fly overhead, and what was promising to be a glorious day takes a dramatic turn for the worse.