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  1. Alfie Gets in First and Other Stories Alfie Gets in First and Other Stories
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  2. The Tindims of Rubbish Island The Tindims of Rubbish Island
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  3. The Creakers The Creakers
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  4. Cookie! (Book 2): Cookie and the Most Annoying Girl in the World Cookie! (Book 2): Cookie and the Most Annoying Girl in the World
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  5. The Shark Caller The Shark Caller
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  6. A Spoonful of Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery A Spoonful of Murder: A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery
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  7. Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe
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  8. Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body
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  9. All American Boys All American Boys
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  10. The Lost Spells The Lost Spells
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Witness the Bible

Witness the Bible

Author: Moses Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/03/2021

Has your child outgrown their kid's Bible but still doesn't quite have the attention span for all 800,000 words of Scripture yet? Then, the 'Witness the Bible' dramatized audio series makes a great sola scriptura transition. As currently featured on Bible Gateway, this series is designed to help young believers and seekers activate the reality of Jesus and His love for us throughout the entire Bible. This second volume in the series, 'Witness the Bible: Joseph and Judah', focuses entirely on the narrative of Genesis 37-50, with a special awareness of Judah's transformation from Joseph's jealous and arrogant older brother into a specially-blessed and humble member of Christ's earthly family. As with all WTB installments, the text is slightly abridged and there are full cinematic sound effects and music throughout. Help the kids you love draw closer to God with 'Witness the Bible: Joseph & Judah' (performed by 7-time #1 Amazon Best-Selling Narrator, Steve Cook).

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Witness the Bible

Witness the Bible

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/03/2021

Has your child outgrown their kid's Bible but still doesn't quite have the attention span for all 800,000 words of Scripture yet? Then, the 'Witness the Bible' dramatized audio series makes a great sola scriptura transition. As currently featured on Bible Gateway, this series is designed to help young believers and seekers activate the reality of Jesus and His love for us throughout the entire Bible. This first volume in the series, 'Witness the Bible: Genesis to Jesus', presents a kind of “highlight reel” of Jesus' life in Scripture (up to His birth in Bethlehem) by synthesizing different parts of the Old and New Testament into one single narrative, with a slightly abridged text (taken entirely from the Revised Geneva Translation) and full cinematic sound effects and music throughout. WTB_G2J includes Creation, The Fall, The Flood, Abraham's Calling, David & Goliath, The Christmas Story and the full books of Ruth and Jonah. In addition, it dynamically intersperses parts of Christ's Genealogy (from Genesis 5 and Matthew 1) to heighten the reality of His earthly line. Help the kids you love draw closer to God with 'Witness the Bible: Genesis to Jesus' (performed by 7-time #1 Amazon Best-Selling Narrator, Steve Cook).

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Witness the Bible

Witness the Bible

Author: Mark Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/03/2021

Has your child outgrown their kid's Bible but still doesn't quite have the attention span for all 800,000 words of Scripture yet? Then, the 'Witness the Bible' dramatized audio series makes a great sola scriptura transition. As currently featured on Bible Gateway, this series is designed to help young believers and seekers activate the reality of Jesus and His love for us throughout the entire Bible. This third volume in the series, 'Witness the Bible: Mark', presents the Bible's second Gospel in a kind of 'entry-level' format, again with slightly abridged text and full cinematic sound effects and music. The goal is to foster the imagination of Mark's Gospel as vividly as possible in younger minds, giving opportunity for the Spirit to create a lifelong love of God's word. The text itself is taken entirely from the Revised Geneva Translation of the Holy Bible. Help the kids you love draw closer to God with 'Witness the Bible: Mark' (performed by 7-time #1 Amazon Best-Selling Narrator, Steve Cook).

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Witness the Bible

Witness the Bible

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/03/2021

Has your child outgrown their kid's Bible but still doesn't quite have the attention span for all 800,000 words of Scripture yet? Then, the Witness the Bible dramatized devotional series makes a great sola scriptura transition. As currently featured on Bible Gateway, this series is designed to help young believers and seekers activate the reality of Jesus and His love for us throughout the entire Bible. And now you can have all three volumes in the series in one complete Anthology. The first volume, Genesis to Jesus, presents a kind of “highlight reel” of Jesus' life in Scripture (up to His birth in Bethlehem) by synthesizing different parts of the Old and New Testament into one single narrative. The second volume, Joseph and Judah, focuses entirely on the narrative of Genesis 37-50, with a special awareness of Judah's transformation from Joseph's jealous and arrogant older brother into a specially-blessed and humble member of Christ's earthly family. The third volume, Mark, presents the Bible's second Gospel with the goal of fostering its imagination as vividly as possible in younger minds. The text, although gently abridged in places, is taken entirely from the Revised Geneva Translation of the Holy Bible. Help the kids you love draw closer to God with Witness the Bible: Anthology (performed by 7-time #1 Amazon Best-Selling Narrator, Steve Cook).

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Memo Devo

Memo Devo

Author: Steve Cook Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/02/2021

You CAN do this! Memorization through story and song was the only way folks like us had of studying and pondering God's Word at all for almost half of our recorded existence before Moses ever began writing it all down. And for most folks, that tradition continued on millennia after that, before literacy became as common as it is now. So, yes, it is in your DNA. And yes, you are as 'gifted' as me or anybody else to do it. Really! But whether or not you believe any of that, one thing I do know is that I, myself, have experienced unprecedented power in my own walk with the LORD since beginning to treat Scripture memorization as devotion. And now I want you to have that same experience! As featured on Bible Gateway and in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, Memo Devo: Memorization as Devotion is a practical aid. It is designed to give you a real starting place for treasuring more Scripture in your heart and also to pass along a few helpful memorization tips that I use. I challenge anyone who's current relationship with Jesus is not where they'd like it to be (as mine was) to try this. If you don't agree that it has real supernatural power to bring you closer to Jesus than ever before, make your witness for Him better than ever before, and bring you better protection under His wings than ever before -- then hey, no harm no foul. But what if it does? What if there really is unprecedented supernatural power just sitting there on your bookshelf right now waiting for you to tap it? And if you take Jesus at His word (John 15:7-8 and 17:17), that power can literally transform your life. Even if you've been a Christian for decades. I hope you try it, Steve Cook P.S. You can also grab a FREE ebook of this recording at https://5talentsaudio.com/store/md1.

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Sacred Sleep: Psalms

Sacred Sleep: Psalms

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/01/2021

'I slept like a baby.' ~Certified Amazon Review 'Sacred Sleep: Psalms', the fifth volume in the popular Sacred Sleep series, was created with a biblical model of peace in mind. It presents the Psalms with soothing music to help you get the rest you need while deepening your faith and drawing you closer to God through the unique power of His Holy Word. You'll hear all 150 Psalms read from the Revised Geneva Translation of the Holy Bible by 7-time #1 Amazon best-selling narrator, Steve Cook. The RGT is a faithful, 21st Century update of the very first widely-distributed Bible in English, the #GenevaBible of the 1500's. It is the text of Luther, Tyndale and Calvin, faithfully revised and updated to be heard and spoken by this generation. (Matthew 7:24, Luke 8:21) Relax, turn off the day, and invite the Lord to lead you into a peaceful time of rest with Sacred Sleep: Psalms.

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Genesis, Jubilees, Jasher

Genesis, Jubilees, Jasher

Author: Steve Cook Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/01/2021

The books of Genesis, Jubilees and Jasher contain largely the same narrative, with the Genesis account of the Bible ending roughly at Jubilees 46:8 and at Jasher 59:28. However, the latter two books also include several striking deviations from Genesis which are quite revealing from a biblical standpoint. We believe that hearing them in this type of synchronized format allows for much more clarity in terms of perceiving both subtle and overt differences in the three narratives. It is not only our hope that comparing these three texts in this way will give the listener a new and better grasp of the Genesis narrative, but also give opportunity to come to more informed conclusions about these books’ relative places in history. We will work our way through Genesis by grouping each of its 50 Chapters with the concurrent chapter or section of the other two books (first Jubilees and then Jasher). For example, Genesis 46 will be followed by Jubilees 45:1-4 and then Jasher 55, before we move on to Genesis 47. There is also added commentary before selected sections of the latter two books. Excerpts from the Book of Genesis are taken from the Revised Geneva Translation of the Holy Bible (©2020 Five Talents Audio). Excerpts from the Book of Jubilees are taken from the R.H. Charles’ 1913 translation (Clarenden Press), which is generally regarded as the definitive modern translation of Jubilees. And excerpts from the Book of Jasher are taken from M.M. Noah’s 1839 translation of the “Sepher haYasher”, which is widely regarded by scholars as the only authentic extant translation. Finally, a FREE ebook of this recording, containing a full Table of Contents, is available at https://www.5talentsaudio.com/store/moses. May God richly bless your experience in listening to this book.

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Book of Amos: Revised Geneva Translation

Book of Amos: Revised Geneva Translation

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/10/2020

The Revised Geneva Translation (based on Shakespeare's favorite Bible translation) is a 21st Century update of the very first widely-distributed version of the Holy Bible in English, The Geneva Bible. It is specifically designed to be SPOKEN and HEARD, repeatedly, and is built on the premise that a crucial key to revival in the present can be found in one simple practice from the past—speaking God’s Word back to each other in community. To that end, the RGT strives to preserve the textual cadence and poetry that is so essential to Elizabethan literature, while at the same time carefully eliminating archaic and potentially distracting 16th Century words, phrases, and punctuation (such as employing the proper use of parentheses and quotation marks). It preserves the Geneva Bible’s pioneering poetic style (i.e. beginning every verse on a new line - which aids tremendously in memorization). However, unlike the Geneva Bibles of the 1500’s, there is no commentary or other human adornment. The RGT intentionally omits these things and makes single interpretive choices, based primarily on the translations of William Tyndale and F.H.A. Scrivener. The study of textual variants is left to other Bibles more properly suited for that purpose. In scholarly terms, the RGT is a formal or complete equivalency, based on the Byzantine text-type family of manuscripts. It is our hope that this project will be a living and active Bible for this generation, built for hearing and doing (Matthew 7:24), and that it will be profitable for teaching, convicting, correcting, and instructing in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16)… “…that your faith might not be in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God.” -1 Corinthians 2:5

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New Testament: From The Revised Geneva Translation

New Testament: From The Revised Geneva Translation

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/09/2020

The Revised Geneva Translation (based on Shakespeare's favorite Bible translation) is a 21st Century update of the very first widely-distributed version of the Holy Bible in English, The Geneva Bible. It is specifically designed to be SPOKEN and HEARD, repeatedly, and is built on the premise that a crucial key to revival in the present can be found in one simple practice from the past—speaking God’s Word back to each other in community. To that end, the RGT strives to preserve the textual cadence and poetry that is so essential to Elizabethan literature, while at the same time carefully eliminating archaic and potentially distracting 16th Century words, phrases, and punctuation (such as employing the proper use of parentheses and quotation marks). It preserves the Geneva Bible’s pioneering poetic style (i.e. beginning every verse on a new line - which aids tremendously in memorization). However, unlike the Geneva Bibles of the 1500’s, there is no commentary or other human adornment. The RGT intentionally omits these things and makes single interpretive choices, based primarily on the translations of William Tyndale and F.H.A. Scrivener. The study of textual variants is left to other Bibles more properly suited for that purpose. In scholarly terms, the RGT is a formal or complete equivalency, based on the Byzantine text-type family of manuscripts. It is our hope that this project will be a living and active Bible for this generation, built for hearing and doing (Matthew 7:24), and that it will be profitable for teaching, convicting, correcting, and instructing in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16)… “…that your faith might not be in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God.” -1 Corinthians 2:5

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Books of I, II Peter; I, II, III John; Jude Audiobook: From the Revised Geneva Translation

Books of I, II Peter; I, II, III John; Jude Audiobook: From the Revised Geneva Translation

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/09/2020

The Revised Geneva Translation (based on Shakespeare's favorite Bible translation) is a 21st Century update of the very first widely-distributed version of the Holy Bible in English, The Geneva Bible. It is specifically designed to be SPOKEN and HEARD, repeatedly, and is built on the premise that a crucial key to revival in the present can be found in one simple practice from the past—speaking God’s Word back to each other in community. To that end, the RGT strives to preserve the textual cadence and poetry that is so essential to Elizabethan literature, while at the same time carefully eliminating archaic and potentially distracting 16th Century words, phrases, and punctuation (such as employing the proper use of parentheses and quotation marks). It preserves the Geneva Bible’s pioneering poetic style (i.e. beginning every verse on a new line - which aids tremendously in memorization). However, unlike the Geneva Bibles of the 1500’s, there is no commentary or other human adornment. The RGT intentionally omits these things and makes single interpretive choices, based primarily on the translations of William Tyndale and F.H.A. Scrivener. The study of textual variants is left to other Bibles more properly suited for that purpose. In scholarly terms, the RGT is a formal or complete equivalency, based on the Byzantine text-type family of manuscripts. It is our hope that this project will be a living and active Bible for this generation, built for hearing and doing (Matthew 7:24), and that it will be profitable for teaching, convicting, correcting, and instructing in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16)… “…that your faith might not be in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God.” -1 Corinthians 2:5

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Books of I & II Thessalonians; I & II Timothy; Titus Audiobook: From the Revised Geneva Translation

Books of I & II Thessalonians; I & II Timothy; Titus Audiobook: From the Revised Geneva Translation

Author: Apostle Paul Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/09/2020

The Revised Geneva Translation (based on Shakespeare's favorite Bible translation) is a 21st Century update of the very first widely-distributed version of the Holy Bible in English, The Geneva Bible. It is specifically designed to be SPOKEN and HEARD, repeatedly, and is built on the premise that a crucial key to revival in the present can be found in one simple practice from the past—speaking God’s Word back to each other in community. To that end, the RGT strives to preserve the textual cadence and poetry that is so essential to Elizabethan literature, while at the same time carefully eliminating archaic and potentially distracting 16th Century words, phrases, and punctuation (such as employing the proper use of parentheses and quotation marks). It preserves the Geneva Bible’s pioneering poetic style (i.e. beginning every verse on a new line - which aids tremendously in memorization). However, unlike the Geneva Bibles of the 1500’s, there is no commentary or other human adornment. The RGT intentionally omits these things and makes single interpretive choices, based primarily on the translations of William Tyndale and F.H.A. Scrivener. The study of textual variants is left to other Bibles more properly suited for that purpose. In scholarly terms, the RGT is a formal or complete equivalency, based on the Byzantine text-type family of manuscripts. It is our hope that this project will be a living and active Bible for this generation, built for hearing and doing (Matthew 7:24), and that it will be profitable for teaching, convicting, correcting, and instructing in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16)… “…that your faith might not be in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God.” -1 Corinthians 2:5

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Books of Philemon, Hebrews, James Audiobook: From the Revised Geneva Translation

Books of Philemon, Hebrews, James Audiobook: From the Revised Geneva Translation

Author: Various Narrator: Steve Cook Release Date: 01/09/2020

The Revised Geneva Translation (based on Shakespeare's favorite Bible translation) is a 21st Century update of the very first widely-distributed version of the Holy Bible in English, The Geneva Bible. It is specifically designed to be SPOKEN and HEARD, repeatedly, and is built on the premise that a crucial key to revival in the present can be found in one simple practice from the past—speaking God’s Word back to each other in community. To that end, the RGT strives to preserve the textual cadence and poetry that is so essential to Elizabethan literature, while at the same time carefully eliminating archaic and potentially distracting 16th Century words, phrases, and punctuation (such as employing the proper use of parentheses and quotation marks). It preserves the Geneva Bible’s pioneering poetic style (i.e. beginning every verse on a new line - which aids tremendously in memorization). However, unlike the Geneva Bibles of the 1500’s, there is no commentary or other human adornment. The RGT intentionally omits these things and makes single interpretive choices, based primarily on the translations of William Tyndale and F.H.A. Scrivener. The study of textual variants is left to other Bibles more properly suited for that purpose. In scholarly terms, the RGT is a formal or complete equivalency, based on the Byzantine text-type family of manuscripts. It is our hope that this project will be a living and active Bible for this generation, built for hearing and doing (Matthew 7:24), and that it will be profitable for teaching, convicting, correcting, and instructing in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16)… “…that your faith might not be in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God.” -1 Corinthians 2:5

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