The Book Audio Series Archives

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March 15, 2017

Women’s History: Evangeline Booth

In 1904 Evangeline Booth became Director of the Salvation Army operations in the U.S., an organization founded in London by her parents in 1865 to hel...
March 14, 2017

Women’s History: St. Teresa of Calcutta

Saint Teresa of Calcutta—considered one of the greatest humanitarians of the 20th Century—received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. In 1946 Mother Te...
March 13, 2017

Women’s History: Pearl S. Buck

The Nobel Prize has been awarded to men and women distinguished in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine and literature. In its 116-year history,...
March 10, 2017

Women’s History: Esther. . .For Such a Time as Th...

Purim—a joyous holiday in the Jewish calendar, the history of its commemoration recorded in the book of Esther, read aloud on the celebration of Purim...
March 09, 2017

Women’s History: Frances Perkins

In the late 1930’s, women in key government roles were unheard of. Until Frances Perkins! Her tireless efforts on behalf of the American worker had...
March 08, 2017

Women’s History: Corrie ten Boom

Yad Vashem, Jerusalem’s Holocaust Museum, is a memorial to the six million Jews annihilated in Germany and Poland in World War II. Yad Vashem, in H...
March 07, 2017

Women’s History: Abigail Adams

Abigail and John Adams easily qualify as America’s first power couple! Abigail Adams was influenced by her father, a Congregational minister, but a...