Radio Theatre: The Legend of Squanto

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Discover the incredible story of one of American history's least known, yet most compelling, figures as it unfolds in The Legend of Squanto. This Focus on the Family radio theatre drama is more than just a tale about an honest man who triumphed over tragedy. It is also a tribute to honor, integrity, and the God-given ability to look beyond the color of one's skin . . . and into the heart.

What is radio theatre? Radio theatre is the bridge between film and audiobooks in the format of a dramatised, purely acoustic performance. It is an immersive experience for listeners to imagine the characters and the story through dialogue, music and sound effects. Unmatched, Focus on the Family’s Radio Theatre is award winning with performance from internationally acclaimed actors. More than an audio book it is a movie that plays on the biggest screen of all... your imagination.

NOTE: This item is available only within the U.S.

Author:
Paul McCusker
Language:
English
Publication Date:
2007-05-01
Publisher:
Focus on the Family
Format:
CD
Topic:
Parenting

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent to Share with Grandkids

    Posted by Gail on Nov 15th 2017

    I heard this broadcast last year and knew that I wanted to share the CD with my grandchildren ages 5 and 11. Thanks for producing this excellent radio theater focusing on God's hand in the first Thanksgiving. I hope listening to it will be become a new family tradition.

  • 5
    Now a Thanksgiving Tradition in my house

    Posted by Jeff on Dec 25th 2016

    After hearing a brief segment on a FotF radio broadcast about 8 years ago, I purchased the CD set (two CDs). I was very impressed with both the production quality and the quality of the story. So much so, the CD has become a sort of a family tradition. Each thanksgiving eve, (the night before) I "require" by two boys (now 10 and 13) to listen to it to help remind them of the true backdrop for Thanksgiving, and to remind them of the clear hand of God in the first Thanksgiving.

    If you have children (say from 5-12) I really recommend this. Adults will enjoy it too - and listening with children and then talking about it (especially talking about God's providence and provision) can be a powerful time in building the faith for the whole family.

    I hope you will join me and make listening each Thanksgiving a family tradition.