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At my first homeschool convention I came across several audiobook series from Focus on the Family Radio Theatre and couldn’t resist buying them – even though I’d only listened to Adventures in Odyssey prior to these.

The first set I picked up was Classic Stories for a Girl’s Heart. It includes Anne of Avonlea, Little Women, & The Secret Garden.

The other set was the Chronicles of Narnia – and includes all the books from C.S. Lewis. The cds are presented in chronological Narnia order {and the Amazon price is amazing!}.

Over the last two months we have been listening to the Chronicles of Narnia. The kids have been completely absorbed in the storyline. We’ve barely back out of our driveway and they are asking me to turn on Narnia to listen too! Needless to say, they are sad that we are now on the last disk in the series.

The audio series is done wonderfully. Each disk includes musical scores, lifelike dramatization and will pull you in! It was a great way to introduce our kids to some great classics and get them excited to read them together as a family.

As we’re wrapping up listening to the Chronicles of Narnia we’ve started reading the series through, a chapter a day. I can tell you that I will be looking at some of the other audio dramas from Focus on the Family and getting more in the near future!

Shhh!! Don’t tell, but even I am enthralled and listening along!

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