Alternate History, Sea Voyages, & New Friends | YA Audiobooks Publishing in November

Audiobooks from Jasmine Warga, Megan Miranda, & Mira Grant.

Editors’ Fall Picks 2017

Forty-one timely titles for autumn and beyond

Audiobooks from Boyd, Grann, and Penrose | Xpress Reviews

For libraries wishing to enrich their historical fiction collections; for those interested in Native American history, civil rights, and the history of forensic science in this county; mystery fans will find great satisfaction with the meticulously researched setting

LJ Media | Review Alert, September 1, 2017

Jon Hamm reads Whitman’s Life and Adventures of Jack Engle; not only relevant, An American Sickness is a must-read; the life of Emily Dickinson was led in Quiet Passion; On the Way to School will be especially useful for social studies collections owing to the insights into each family’s life

Audiobooks by Attenberg, Dorries, Foster, Fujimura, Healey, Judson, Lescroart, McKinlay, & Patterson | Xpress Reviews

A disappointing effort from Attenberg; flat characters from Foster; Fujimura’s account is for large collections where interest warrants; Healey is for historical fiction and women’s fiction fans; the operation of the Habsburg Empire; Lescroart’s latest: a very good work by an accomplished author; an appealing series entry for cozy fans—cupcakes not included

Maria Dueñas, Gregory Maguire, & Henning Mankell’s last book | October Fiction on Audio

Gregory Maguire reimagines the Nutcracker, Chantal Acevado fictionalizes Spanish princess Eulalia, and a debut thriller connects modern murders to medieval Moscow.

Nikki Giovanni, Masha Gessen, & Ta-Nehisi Coates | October Nonfiction on Audio

Masha Gessen describes the rise of totalitarianism in Russia, Matt Taibbi reports on the death of Eric Garner, and Nate Blakeslee documents the struggles of O-Six, an alpha female wolf in the Rockies.

A Magical Fish, a Shark Scientist, & an Unexpected Accordion | Early Elementary Audio in October

“Shark Lady” Eugenie Clark was the ocean’s most fearless scientist, E.D. Baker’s Maggie asks a “wish fish” for a new family, and Kate DiCamillo’s Eugenia Lincoln gets a surprise in the mail.

Colin Meloy, Cressida Cowell, & Lumberjanes | Middle Grade Audio in October

Mariko Tamaki’s Lumberjanes have Unicorn Power!, Katherine Paterson’s historical novel follows a 13-year-old literacy teacher in rural Cuba, and Cressida Cowell launches a new series.

Memoirs from Gabrielle Union, Amy Tan, & Khizr Khan | Stephanie’s Picks

Astronaut Scott Kelly discusses his time in space, Gabrielle Union shares her traumas and triumphs, and Gold Star father Khizr Khan describes his family’s love for America.