Western Conservatory Audios - Damaged Cases
These products have cracked CD cases. Most of them are fairly small with the exception of A Bride Goes West which have a larger amount of damage to the cases. The pictures are not of the damaged copies.
Home Education for Real Life: Teaching Your Children to Thrive in the 21st Century.
Ready for What?
What We Must Educate Our Children to Be and Do.
Ready to Think and Communicate:
How to Have Something to Say and How to Say it.
Ready to Lead Culture:
How to Take Dominion in the Arts Without the Arts Taking Dominion of You.
Ready to Take Dominion of the Earth:
Studying Science, Math, Engineering, Medicine, Computer Sciences, Agriculture, and Construction.
Ready to Lead in the Gates:
Studying Economics, Law, Political Science, Military Studies, Geography, and History.
Ready for Anything:
Figuring Out Vocation, Gifts, and Real Life Skills.
Final Questions and Answers.
By the Botkin family
10 hours and 30 min. of audio & video
The sessions are on one disc in both MP3 and MP4 format. The Bonus Q&A session is MP3 audio format only. This was originally done as a webinar and the video is slides with pictures and text not a video of them speaking.
Father to Son
Manly Conversations that can Change Culture
Five personal and candid discussions between Geoffrey Botkin and his sons.
6 DVDs over seven hours of video content
103 pages of printable PDF study materials
- How to Talk to Your Sons
A Bride Goes West
A Southern Belle Joins Her Cowboy Husband to Conquer the West.
A well-bred West Virginia bride begins the adventure of her life when she marries a young Montana rancher, who takes her back with him to share his life among the cowboys. Follow Nannie's adventures in adapting, with grace and pluck, to her new life in the Wild West -- one of the few white women there, trying to bring civilization to the range, amidst a host of rowdy cowboys, Indians, and outlaws. Colorful and unforgettable characters, cattle roundups, bucking broncos, Indian attacks, and pioneer spirit, make this a thrilling Wild-West-show of a story. Nannie T. Alderson's tale is a true story of honor, courage, resourcefulness, and faith, on the range.
America has a remarkable, but largely unknown, legacy of strong, intelligent, Christian womanhood. In "Voices from the Past," Victoria Botkin will take you back to original source documents, enhanced by period music, breathing life into the very words of real heroines of American history.
Editing: Victoria Botkin
Music: Elizabeth Botkin
Sound Effects: Lucas Botkin
Cover Art: William H. Dunton
Background Art: Albert Bierstadt
5 hours 28 min.
The Letterbook of Eliza Lucas Pinckney
Four Generations of Letters from Carolina's "Little Visionary"
When 16-year-old Eliza Lucas's father was deployed to Antigua in 1740, he left the management of his household and three plantations in Eliza's capable hands. In these lively letters, she describes her adventures handling her father's affairs, cultivating and exporting indigo, educating her sister and the black children on the plantations, and helping to build up the economy of her fledgling colony through her many business schemes. Hear her words of encouragement and exhortation to four generations of men in her family, including her two sons, both Revolutionary War heroes, over the full and fruitful lifetime of this great mother of our country.
Selected and edited by Elizabeth Botkin, music by Elizabeth Botkin. America has a remarkable, but largely unknown, legacy of strong, intelligent, Christian womanhood. In "Voices from the Past," Victoria Botkin will take you back to original source documents, enhanced by period music, breathing life into the very words of real heroines of American history.
2 hours 17 min.
What Our Father Taught Us About Boys
Why is it hard for girls to find the balance between flirting and shunning? How can girls keep their hearts pure? What responsibilities do they have toward young men? Is it possible to be "just friends"? Hear practical advice on navigating the tricky waters of relationships with boys, and how these relationships, properly conducted, can be edifying and strengthening.
By Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin