Kwanzaa Folktales
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Kwanzaa Folktales

Written By : Various
Narrated By : Various
Published By : Hachette Audio
Length : 1 hour 28 minutes
Categories : Other Religions
Download Price : $9.98 $6.99

Read by Jonelle Allen, Angela Bassett, Roscoe Lee Browne, Chuck C. David, Alan Grier, Daphne Maxwell Reed, and Raven Symone

Celebrate the African American holiday Kwanzaa with this collection of of original folktales illustrating each of the seven principles which Kwanzaa honors: Faith, Creativity, Collective Work and responsibility, purpose, unity, self-determination, and cooperative economics.

Through the rich tradition of oral storytelling, these tales express the ageless value of Kwanzaa's principles in colorful, meaningful stories for children and adults alike to enjoy and remember.

Each story is presented by a celebrity reader against backgrounds of African, African American and Caribbean music and special effects.

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McCarthy's Bar
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McCarthy's Bar

Written By : Pete McCarthy
Narrated By : Pete McCarthy
Hodder & Stoughton Audiobooks
Length : 2 hours
Type : Autobiography
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The audio of the million-selling book - Pete McCarthy's hilarious journey in search of his Irish roots.

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Pete was born in Warrington to an Irish mother and an English father and spent happy summer holidays in Cork. Years later, reflecting on the many places he has visited as a travel broadcaster, Pete admits that he feels more at home in Ireland than anywhere. To find out whether this is due to rose-coloured spectacles or to a deeper tie with the country of his ancestors, Pete sets off on a trip around Ireland and discovers that it has changed in surprising ways.