Using Audiobooks in your Homeschool - Jim Hodges
Join Yvette Hampton as she speaks with audiobook recording artist, Jim Hodges. They discuss homeschooling, how Jim got started recording audiobooks, why he loves G.A. Henty novels, and how audiobooks play an important role in homeschooling.
The video interview continues for Schoolhouse Rocked Backstage Pass members where Jim and Yvette discuss how audiobooks are helpful to students with special needs and tips for parents on reading aloud. The interview ends with Jim reading aloud the first chapter of Stuart Little, to give you a taste of his reading talent! So, grab your kids for the last 10 minutes - you won’t want to miss it! Not a Backstage Pass member yet? Use the coupon code "PODCAST10" to save 10% on any paid membership. Memberships start at just $4.99 per month, but don't wait! These introductory prices won't last long, so use coupon code "PODCAST10" to save 10% when you sign up today.
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Jim Hodges is a committed Christian, husband to Monica for 39 years, father of three grown home-schooled children, and 20-year Navy retiree. Monica once asked him what is dream job would be? He answered "I'd record books." And so began Jim Hodges Audio Books, producing unabridged recordings of the G. A. Henty historically accurate adventure novels, children’s books, Overtly Christian titles, Classic Literature, and reissues of Old Time Radio Shows. Loving history, he happily lives in historic Annapolis, MD.
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