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Publisher's Summary

Charles Kuralt's classic best seller is now on audio!
"To read the front pages, you might conclude that Americans are mostly out for themselves...but you can't travel the back roads very long without discovering a multitude of gentle people doing good for others with no expectation of gain or recognition."
In this collection of short audio essays, Charles Kuralt takes us from the countryside to the big cities to introduce us to the fascinating people and places that only he could find. Kuralt captures the humor and compassion of ordinary people leading extraordinary lives.
From the best-selling book On the Road with Charles Kuralt, these classic stories represent Kuralt's defining, and perhaps finest, work. Never before released on audio, this collection ensures that his unforgettable voice will be heard by generations to come.
©2000 Charles Kuralt (P)2004 Simon & Schuster
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5 out of 5 stars
By T. D. Hobbs on 05-26-18

Perfect Road Trip Book

The book will restore your faith in humanity and remind you that wisdom lives everywhere.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Estelle Evans on 01-05-17

Great!

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I love's watching the Charles Kuralt when he was on TV. Listening to the stories are nearly as much fun!

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