Audiobooks

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LJ Media | Review Alert, November 1, 2017

Wise, stellar, accomplished, Hadley’s collection will appeal to literary aficionados; all libraries would serve their patrons well by having Churchill & Orwell in their collections; a thoughtful exploration of the music of Palestine past and present; this Happy Film offers viewers good company, stimulating conversation fodder, and a dare to examine their own life goals

YA Audiobooks Featuring Love Triangles & Siblings with Autism

YA audiobooks publishing in December 2017

New tales of Paddington Bear

Early elementary audiobooks publishing in December 2017

Schomburg’s Legacy for Middle Grade Listeners

Middle grade audiobooks publishing in December 2017

Lucy Parsons, Enrico Fermi, & the Reconstruction | December Nonfiction on Audio

Nonfiction on audio releasing in December 2017

Sonali Dev, Ralph Ellison, & Kristan Higgins | December Fiction on Audio

Fiction on audio coming out in December 2017

Self-help Audiobooks | Stephanie’s Picks

Self-help audiobooks publishing in December 2017

Audiobooks: Lucey’s Portrait of Sargent’s Women | Xpress Reviews

The author/narrator combination provides nonfiction storytelling at a high level, keeping the listener’s interest throughout the almost eleven hours; highly recommended for medium and large libraries, and small libraries with a strong arts readership

Audiobooks from Craig, Finder, Goodman, Hawkins, and Sincero | Xpress Reviews

Only for true fans of this type of humor; finder’s latest is “highly optional”; unwieldy narrative threads ultimately demand more work than they offer enlightenment; no plot or production missteps will deter Hawkins’s vast audience from demanding access; this motivational book will be popular with Sincero fans

LJ Media | Review Alert, October 15, 2017

Onayemi unmistakeably enhances what’s on the page, proving again that the Bard is better performed than silently read; McCann’s letters are practical yet engaging, full of insights into what the act of writing is like; Director Aloni helms an optimistic story of musical and cultural cohesion—Nafar is dynamite onstage; The Guys Next Door focuses on the emotional journey shared by all parents