Some stories must be heard to be loved. A roundup of middle grade titles coming to audio in April.
By February 2, 2017 1 Commenton
Strong sounds of fiction for springtime listening, including a few tense thrillers, family dramas, and romance.
Librarians will find Being Evidence Based in Library and Information Practice and Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook vols. 1 & 2 to be excellent resources for cultivating a critical approach to teaching, as well as focusing on practice and application of EBLIP in a variety of settings and places
These two books run the gamut in information about women and war; readers seeking new material on World War I, American history, military history, women’s history, and gender studies, along with health and industrial safety wont find a dull moment between these two books
Even though both books have a particularly strong focus on food, gardeners with a variety of interests will enjoy the advice that can be found in either one of these great reads
A thought-provoking, clearly written book for anyone interested in developments in the field of artificial intelligence; readers interested in technology trends, robots, and machines will find either of these books engaging
Bell’s edgy first novel is chock-full of dirty little secrets, lies, and manipulations; psychological suspense fans will find that Megan Miranda’s The Perfect Stranger will not disappoint
Lovers of meticulously researched historical fiction and time-travel narratives will be swept away by The Scribe of Siena while Julie McElwain takes readers on a suspense-filled journey in her new novel A Twist in Time