Tracklist:01. A Single Moment Of Sincerity (KC Blitz Remix)02. Another Bottle Down (Tomba Remix)03. Reckless And Relentless (Document One Remix)04. I Was Once, Possibly, Maybe, Perhaps A Cowboy King (Robotsonic Remix)05. To The Stage (Bare Remix)06. A Lesson Never Learned (Celldweller Remix)07. Final Episode ( Let's Change The Channel) (Borgore Remix)08. A Candlelit Dinner With Inamorta (Run DMT Remix)09. If You Can't Ride Two Horses At Once...You Should Get Out Of The Circus (Noah D Remix)10. I Used To Have A Best Friend (But Then He Gave Me An STD) (Big Chocolate Remix)11. Dear Insanity (Revaleso Remix)12. Not The American Average (J. Rabbit Remix)13. Morte et Dabo (Sol Invicto Remix)14. Closure (Mecha Remix)15. A Prophecy (Big Chocolate Remix)16. A Lesson Never Learned (Sol Invicto Remix) - CD - emoscreamoMediaAsking Alexandria
In this hilarious southern folktale, mean old Boss Lion threatens the peaceful folk of Brer Village, and Brer Rabbit is forced to teach the carnivorous trouble-maker a lesson he'll never forget. Brer Rabbit outsmarts the baddest fella in the forest, then saunters back to town as the local hero. Actor Danny Glover narrates this witty, playful adaptation, perfectly complemented by gritty bayou blues by Dr. John. It is just the kind of fun your family will enjoy again and again. Ages five and up. Part of the award-winning Rabbit Ears series, American Heroes and Legends. Adapted by Brad Kessler from the stories collected by Joel Chandler Harris. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Danny Glover. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/071215/bk_acx0_071215_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Here's a valuable lesson for kids of all ages, and especially for those just entering their school years. Leo the rabbit, whose ears are different from all the other rabbits, learns that "normal is whatever you are. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Cosgrove. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bpop/000003/bk_bpop_000003_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lovable, funny, and courageous animals and a caterpillar are the highlights of this wonderful collection of children's stories. These exciting and heart-warming stories will engage your children's imagination and stimulate their creativity. They will become your children's treasured favorites for years to come. They are excellent resources for Bibliotherapy. Little Ricky Rabbit: Ricky Rabbit's mother refuses to allow him to do something that he really wants to do. Ricky in turn has a terrible temper tantrum. Watch as Ricky's tantrum backfires, and in the process, he learns a very valuable lesson. A Bow for Rachel Rabbit: When Rachel Rabbit enters a contest for Little Miss Springtime, a conflict develops between mother and daughter. Watch how the conflict is resolved through a simple act of love. "Casper, The Ugliest Caterpillar: Casper Caterpillar has a very rude awakening. He realizes that what all the caterpillars have been saying about him is true. What can Casper do to make his life beautiful? Little Stinky Skunk: Stinky Skunk is ridiculed because of a misconception about skunks. Observe carefully how a general misconception takes on a new meaning when friends find themselves in mortal danger. Timmy The Turtle: Timmy Turtle seeks outside assistance as he searches for advice to solve a personal problem. He ultimately learns a valuable lesson that he will treasure for a lifetime. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mrs Twyla Perry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/nwwe/000001/bk_nwwe_000001_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This short story is a testimony to the depths of parental love. One day in June of 1951, Billy Johnson's father delayed plowing long enough to teach his son how to trap a rabbit. In the past, he had never seen his father delay plowing for any reason, especially when he was using black hired hands. Over the years that followed, he always assumed the motive for the lesson was nothing more than a father who was an avid sportsman teaching his son to trap a rabbit. After his father died, he learned differently. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James H Kiser. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/096807/bk_acx0_096807_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jimmy Skunk is slow and avoided by his neighbors because of the perfume that Mother Nature has given him for protection. But his perfume doesn't keep Peter Rabbit from playing a trick on both Jimmy and Reddy Fox. When Jimmy thinks Reddy has pulled the joke, Reddy gets a dose of Jimmy's perfume as punishment. Most folks think Reddy Fox deserves what he gets because he is always trying to catch and eat Jimmy's friends. When Jimmy learns that Peter Rabbit has played the trick on him instead of Reddy Fox, he decides to teach Peter a lesson. Later in the story, Jimmy meets Unc' Billy Possum and the two of them get into a spat. Jimmy teaches Unc' Billy (and us) a lesson about getting angry. As with all Thornton Burgess books, Jimmy Skunk leaves listeners with positive morals and values. Thornton W. Burgess was a conservationist and author of children's stories. He loved the beauty of nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years. By the time he retired, he had written over 170 books and 15,000 stories for a daily newspaper column. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom S. Weiss. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/mike/001548/bk_mike_001548_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
I give you assurances, cried the Tiger to the Brahmin. "I shan't eat you if you let me out of the cage." But when the Brahmin makes the mistake of taking the Tiger at his word, he discovers that the dishonest beast intended to eat him all along. In the end, it is the wily jackal who comes to the Brahmin's aid and teaches him a lesson he had never found in his holy books. This clever, absorbing adaptation, written by Brian Gleeson, is read by Ben Kingsley. Musical accompaniment by Ravi Shankar brings this beloved Indian folktale to life for the entire family. Ages five and up. Part of the award-winning Rabbit Ears series, We All Have Tales. Rabbit Ears stories open a door to the world of great literature. These are timeless and beloved stories that have delighted generations, and continue to offer powerful lessons for today's audiences. Listeners of all ages will explore faraway lands and cultures through folktales. You will walk alongside heroes of long ago legends. And discover master storytellers such as Beatrix Potter, Hans Christian Andersen, and Rudyard Kipling. Great stories. Great family memories. Get the entire Rabbit Ears library! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ben Kingsley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/071632/bk_acx0_071632_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Alice's rather wild adventures in Wonderland begin on an unadventurous picnic, when her attention, wandering off from the lesson it was supposed to be glued to, is caught by a passing white rabbit who happens to be wearing a waistcoat and muttering to himself, "Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!" As he disappears down a rabbit hole, and Alice, for want of anything better to do, follows him, a tale of almost hallucinogenic wildness unfolds as she finds herself in Wonderland - a fantastical world where the characters Alice meets and the situations in which she finds herself have the whiff of symbol and allegory about them but are too whimsical to be pinned down as such. The story of how Alice's Adventures in Wonderland came to be written, and the author’s association with the Liddell family - and Alice Liddell in particular - is now the stuff of legend. One summer afternoon in 1862, the author, in the company of the Reverend Robinson Duckworth, took the three Liddell sisters, Lorina Charlotte, Alice Pleasance and Edith Mary, out in a rowing boat on the River Thames, near Oxford. On that boat trip, he entertained the girls by telling them a story about a bored little girl called Alice who goes looking for an adventure. Two years later, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was published - and sold out rapidly. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julia McKenzie. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/slks/000001/bk_slks_000001_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
By their nature, "fables" are "fabulous", larger than life, the characters often using wit and guile to save themselves from circumstances. Thus Brer Rabbit is more than a bunny in a briar patch, just as Mowgli is more than a wolf child. Aesop, an ancient Greek poet who was sold into slavery in the early sixth century B.C, relied on animal stories to convey his key points to his masters in court. Aesop's Fables are now classic, memorable morality plays in which amusing animal characters drive home thought-provoking morals to generations of listeners and modern day readers. They illustrate what was fundamental to Greek culture yet their appeal lies in logic we still understand. Fables from different cultures frequently overlap in the lessons they teach. If we would only stop to listen, there is an important lesson for us to learn from these fables; mankind is one, not several. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jonathan Kent. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/000125/bk_tant_000125_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.