I just looked at the sparkfun page and read the comments, I guess… not
many are happy with it.
Searching on ISD1932 and Arduino, I didn’t find an example of how to get it working but…
I didn’t search hard, so there might someone who did get it working with an Arduino.
More important is probably that you don’t know much about electronics and programming yet.
I’m no expert in both either, but know it can be quite (eh… very) frustrating to build & program
something I don’t understand yet.
If I were you I’d probably start with getting to know the Arduino-board and its
programming language. By following the tutorials, the many examples and a little experimenting
it will teach you a lot about electronics at the same time.
Most components used in the tutorial don’t cost much, you might even find them for free
if you open an old piece of electronics you never use.
Buying something without knowing something about it is often not a good idea when building
electronics, it costs loads of money and whether the end-result will be what you want
remains a question. Quite often… something may look and even work nice, but 2-3 months
after building you may discover a way to do it much easier/cheaper/better.