Nadia Hashimi, Gwynne Forster, & Caleb Carr | Audio in Advance August 2016 | Fiction

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Fiction audiobooks releasing in August 2016

Hip-Hop History & Music Memoirs | Audio in Advance August 2016 | Stephanie’s Picks

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Music-related audiobooks releasing in August 2016

Aaron Starmer & Sabaa Tahir | Audio in Advance August 2016 | Young Adult

Young adult audiobooks releasing in August 2016

Judy Moody and Maisie Hitchins Return | Audio in Advance August 2016 | Middle Grade

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Middle grade audiobooks releasing in August 2016

Inventing the Cherokee Alphabet | Audio in Advance August 2016 | Stephanie’s Picks: Middle Grade

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Highlighting middle grade audiobook releases

Fast Five with Edoardo Ballerini

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Catching up with narrator Edoardo Ballerini

“Doom” Returns | Games, Gamers, & Gaming, June 15, 2016

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As game design technology grows more sophisticated, old favorites are reimagined with better developed stories, more robust graphics, and new gameplay mechanics. This gives us a chance to breathe new life into the games we love the most. The latest such franchise to get this treatment is Doom.

Murder Times Two, Malick’s “New World,” Resnais’s “Night and Fog,” & More | Trailers: What’s Coming on DVD/Blu-ray, June 1, 2016

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From The Adderall Diaries to My Golden Days and The New World

Musical Arrangements | Music Matters, June 1, 2016

CD collection, collection, CD's, shelves, collecting

Pam Swaidner, manager of cataloging and metadata at the Indianapolis Public Library, and Lhisa Reish, senior cataloging specialist at Timberland Regional Library, WA, talk about the choices their libraries have made regarding music cataloging and why.

LJ Media Reviews: June 1, 2016

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Tracy Chevalier plants her latest title At the Edge of the Orchard; a historic arts program provided Enough To Live On