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All There Is

Audiobook

StoryCorps travels America, collecting and preserving the stories of our lives. Each conversation is housed in the Library of Congress, and many are broadcast on NPR's Morning Edition, heard by millions of listeners each week. Told from the hearts, souls, and lives of individual Americans, these stories make us laugh, cry, think, feel, and know that we are all worth listening to and remembering.

Contents:

  • Introduction by Dave Isay
  • Rachel Salazar with her husband, Ruben
  • Andrea McKnight with her husband, Jay
  • PJ Goetz with her son, Sam
  • Mary and Peter Vincelli with their daughter Lauren
  • Bobbi Côté-Whitacre with her wife, Sandi
  • Judi Frabosilo with her husband, Philip
  • Paul Wilson with his daughter Marty Smith
  • Andrea St. John remembering her boyfriend, Kevin Broderick
  • Rebia Mixon Clay remembering her husband, Frank Mixon
  • Max Voelz remembering his wife, Kimberly
  • Granvilette Kestenbaum remembering her husband, Howard
  • Beverly Eckert remembering her husband, Sean Rooney
  • Hilda Chacón with her husband, Pedro Morán-Palma
  • Pepper Miller with her husband, Ron
  • Catherine Kohanek with her husband, Scott
  • Mala Fernando with her daughter Ashanthi Gajaweera
  • Don Boniface with his partner, Ted Kuhar
  • Danny Perasa with his wife, Annie

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    Publisher: HighBridge Edition: Unabridged, Performance

    OverDrive Listen audiobook

    • ISBN: 9781611745818
    • File size: 27189 KB
    • Release date: February 2, 2012
    • Duration: 00:56:38

    MP3 audiobook

    • ISBN: 9781611745818
    • File size: 27216 KB
    • Release date: February 2, 2012
    • Duration: 00:56:38
    • Number of parts: 1

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    OverDrive Listen audiobook
    MP3 audiobook

    Languages

    English

    StoryCorps travels America, collecting and preserving the stories of our lives. Each conversation is housed in the Library of Congress, and many are broadcast on NPR's Morning Edition, heard by millions of listeners each week. Told from the hearts, souls, and lives of individual Americans, these stories make us laugh, cry, think, feel, and know that we are all worth listening to and remembering.

    Contents:

  • Introduction by Dave Isay
  • Rachel Salazar with her husband, Ruben
  • Andrea McKnight with her husband, Jay
  • PJ Goetz with her son, Sam
  • Mary and Peter Vincelli with their daughter Lauren
  • Bobbi Côté-Whitacre with her wife, Sandi
  • Judi Frabosilo with her husband, Philip
  • Paul Wilson with his daughter Marty Smith
  • Andrea St. John remembering her boyfriend, Kevin Broderick
  • Rebia Mixon Clay remembering her husband, Frank Mixon
  • Max Voelz remembering his wife, Kimberly
  • Granvilette Kestenbaum remembering her husband, Howard
  • Beverly Eckert remembering her husband, Sean Rooney
  • Hilda Chacón with her husband, Pedro Morán-Palma
  • Pepper Miller with her husband, Ron
  • Catherine Kohanek with her husband, Scott
  • Mala Fernando with her daughter Ashanthi Gajaweera
  • Don Boniface with his partner, Ted Kuhar
  • Danny Perasa with his wife, Annie

  • Expand title description text
    • Details

      Publisher:
      HighBridge
      Edition:
      Unabridged, Performance

      OverDrive Listen audiobook
      ISBN: 9781611745818
      File size: 27189 KB
      Release date: February 2, 2012
      Duration: 00:56:38

      MP3 audiobook
      ISBN: 9781611745818
      File size: 27216 KB
      Release date: February 2, 2012
      Duration: 00:56:38
      Number of parts: 1

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      OverDrive Listen audiobook
      MP3 audiobook
    • Languages
      English
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