A Little Excavator & a Birthday Dinosaur | Early Reader Audio Coming in June

Audiobooks for young listeners publishing in June 2017

A Ghost Machine & the Return of Max Crumbly | Middle Grade Audio Coming in June

Middle grade audiobooks publishing in June 2017

Sarah Dessen & Nancy Werlin | Young Adult Audio Coming in June

Young adult audiobooks publishing in June 2017

LJ Media Reviews: April 15, 2017

Doctorow was a master of the short form, check out his Collected Stories; in the current climate of threatening immigration bans and civil rights violations, Muslim Girl is essential; a poignant yet positive film recommended for viewers interested in Los Angeles and criminal justice; Sherlock and Cumberbatch; it’s elementary

2017 Audie Award nominees

Nominees for the 2017 Audie Awards

Audiobooks from Higgins and Woods, and a Double Shot of Patterson’s Bookshots | Xpress Reviews

Recommended for die-hard Higgins fans only; two winners for Patterson fans and admirers of the Bookshots series; recommended for public libraries where Woods is popular

LJ Media Reviews: April 1, 2017

Collins’s murder probes get painted The Color of Justice; the promise of more Ava Logan mysteries will be music to the ears of mystery lovers; an excellent chronicle of determination and adherence to personal vision; a jewel heist goes awry in Huston’s restored The Asphalt Jungle

Audiobooks by Brontë, Foster, Gregory, Griffin & Butterworth, White, & More | Xpress Reviews

A nonessential Jane Eyre; A surprising political/sf thriller that literally keeps you guessing until the last sentence; for public libraries with a demand for Gregory’s novels or other historical fiction; for those trying to improve their cultural literacy; recommended for readers who are experiencing a “crisis of meaning”

Audiobooks by Gardner, Hall, Law, Parker, and Perry | Xpress Review

Will appeal mostly to Gardner’s fans seeking a quick fix; Hall’s “Puzzle Lady” title is fun and true to series form; Law continues her mystery series featuring painter Francis Bacon; Public libraries should strongly consider the latest Perry

LJ Media Reviews: March 15, 2017

A well-articulated World War II romance moves From Sand to Ash; Treasurer presents an enthusiastic Leadership Kick in the Ass; a nostalgic journey through American pop culture music fans are sure to relish; Tourneur’s dark entertainment Cat People will have fans purring