November Podcasts

WEMH #110 Robert Louis Stevenson

WEMH #110 Robert Louis Stevenson
00:00 / 23:58

"The world is so full of a number of things
I'm sure we should all be as happy as king."

The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls by Jacqueline Overton

Robert Louis Stevenson Reader--This little book is a simple biography for beginning readers where his life is reflected in A Child's Garden of Verses

Robert Louis Stevenson by Amy Cruse

Robert Louis Stevenson by Catherine Owens Peare

Stories of Great Writers

WEMH #111 Moving Towards Independence

WEMH #111 Moving Towards Independence
00:00 / 07:26

"I would rather belong to a poor nation that was free, than to a rich nation that had ceased to be in love with liberty."

--Woodrow Wilson

WEMH #112 Patrick Henry

WEMH #112 Patrick Henry
00:00 / 21:55

"Give me liberty or give me death!"

Historic Americans by Elbridge S. Brooks

WEMH #113 Nathan Hale

WEMH #113 Nathan Hale
00:00 / 15:35

"I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country."

Pioneers and Patriots by Marguerite Dickson

WEMH #116 Saint Patrick

WEMH #116 Saint Patrick
00:00 / 19:50

"God can make use of all that happens."

​--C.S. Lewis

WEMH #118 The Song of Caedmon

WEMH #118 The Song of Caedmon
00:00 / 13:58

"...to whom the gift of song was divinely given."

Children's Stories in English Literature by Henrietta Wright

Lift Up Your Voice and Sing

WEMH #120 King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table

WEMH #120 King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table
00:00 / 30:02

"The oath of the Knight was really one of service to his God and to society--to protect the oppressed and to uphold the right. He took a solemn vow 'to speak the truth, to succor the helpless and oppressed and never turn back from an enemy.'"

King Arthur and His Knights (1905) Maude Radford

WEMH #121 Robert Bruce

WEMH #121 Robert Bruce
00:00 / 06:22

I wanted to get in one more Month 3 topic before we move on. This is just a short one--one more lover of freedom.

"We will drain our dearest veins,
​But they shall be free!"

Heroes of the MIddle Ages by Eva March Tappan (1912)