WDA Classics

The classics: those literary works which have withstood the test of time and became preserved to share with generations for decades to come.  Check back often as "new" titles will be added over time to give you the opportunity to enrich your personal library with tales from the masters.

The works included here are some of W.B. Ward's personal favorites and are stories he read as a young child.   These are tales which you can enjoy for yourself, and the share with your children for years to come.

From here you can select between the audio or print version of some of the best tales composed by literary masters.  Enjoy them as individual creations or order both - read the book while listening to the audio to enable the words to seemingly leap from the page and come to life in your very hands!

Common Sense

 Written in 1776, this call to arms for the battle of Independence rings with true common sense as it did the day it was written. Offered here for a historical perspective, it makes for great listening and a reflection for contemporary times. 


AUDIO                  PRINT

Edgar Allan Poe

Enjoy this bone-chilling selection of eight tales written by the master of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. Some of the titles include: "The Tell-Tale Heart", "The Black Cat",  "The Pit and the Pendulum", "The Oblong Box",  "The Raven" and "The Conqueror Worm". 


AUDIO                    PRINT

The Gift of the Magi

A short but wonderful story of Christmas. Dive into this heart-warming tale of two people, deeply in love, and both are willing to make a personal sacrifice in order to provide happiness for the other.  A great story of unconditional love.


AUDIO                    PRINT

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

This is the classic by American author Washington Irving.  The story has been adapted in numerous variations in television and film, making it an enduring classic which is sure to be read/listened to for decades to come. 


AUDIO                   PRINT

War of the Worlds

This was the novel that inspired the radio drama which sent the United States into a state of panic. People tuning in late thought it was a real news broadcast and prepared for war with the Martians.  This is the story in its original form. 


AUDIO                PRINT

Coming Soon

New titles are always in production, so check back soon for the latest from WDA Classics.