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Series: Power Tales

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Dramatized Power Tales (15 Audio Cassette Set) (Featuring stories of George Washington Carver, Ronald Reagan, Abraham Lincoln....) by Eagle System International Staff
Power of Attitude: Featuring the Story of George Washington by Patricia Metten
The power of being creative: Featuring the story of Thomas Edison by Patricia Metten
The power of caring: Featuring the story of George Washington Carver by Maurine Phillips
The Power of Cheerfulness: Featuring the Story of Bob Hope by Della Mae Rasmussen
The power of courage: Featuring the story of Florence Nightingale by Phyllis Colonna
The power of determination: Featuring the story of Ronald Reagan by Della Mae Rasmussen
The power of dreaming: Featuring the story of Walt Disney by Phyllis Colonna
The Power of Enthusiasm, Featuring the Story of Theodore Roosevelt by Phyllis Colonna
The Power of Family: Featuring the Story of the Trapp Family by Patricia Metten
Power of Industry: The Story of Benjamin Franklin by Virginia Swenson
The Power of Integrity : The Story of J.C. Penney by Phyllis Colonna
The Power of Overcoming--Featuring the Story of Helen Keller (Power Tales) by Virginia Swenson
The power of patriotism: Featuring the story of Francis Scott Key by DeLynn Decker
Power of Sportsmanship: Featuring the Story of Jim Thorpe by Della Mae Rasmussen
Power of Trying Again: Featuring the Story of Abraham Lincoln by Della Mae Rasmussen

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