Lawrence Howard, Storyteller and Speaker

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Polar Opposites

Lawrence Howard, Polar Opposites: Amundsen, Scott, and The Race for The Pole

Audio CD
Polar Opposites recounts heroic and tragic events in Antarctica one hundred years ago. Scott and his four companions fought their way to the Pole only to find the Norwegian flag flying there: Amundsen had beaten him by five weeks. Crushed by disappointment, utterly exhausted and short on food and fuel, Scott and his companions froze and starved to death on the return journey, just eleven miles from a huge cache of provisions and supplies.
This is a double CD set that runs about 2 hours. $20 includes shipping - click here to purchase

Mawson's Mettle

Lawrence Howard, Mawson's Mettle: Alone On The Wide Shores Of The World

Audio CD
This amazing story of survival and courage that will move you to the depths of your soul. Sledging in Antarctica, Douglas Mawson was thrown into peril when one of the sleds was lost in a deep crevasse. Mawson struggled against freezing temperatures, 80 mile-per-hour winds, loneliness, grief, illness and starvation, pulling his one remaining sled for hundreds of miles. This is a double CD set that runs about 2 hours. Currently on back-order.

Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare

Lawrence Howard, Shackleton's Antarctic Nightmare

Audio CD
The true, epic tale of Ernest Shackleton and the British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914. Their valiant ship, The Endurance, was trapped in the pack ice and crushed; Shackleton and his 28 men survived on the ice for over a year and endured incredible hardships.
This is a double CD set that runs about 3 hours.
$20 includes shipping - click here to purchase

The Adventures of Huckleberry Howard

Lawrence Howard, The Adventures of Huckleberry Howard

Audio CD
The Adventures of Huckleberry Howard is a trilogy of inter-connected coming of age tales about bullies, and brothers, and breaking away. This CD includes three of Lawrence's most popular stories: In The Belly of The Beast, Night Blues, and Into The West, with a little harmonica music and a few dirty limericks thrown in for good measure. Currently on back-order.