Memoirs from Tim Winton, Okey Ndibe, & Sebastian Bach | Audio in Advance December 2016 | Nonfiction

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Nonfiction audiobooks releasing in December 2016

Abedi Wraps Up the Fae Trilogy | Audio in Advance December 2016 | Young Adult

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YA audiobooks releasing in December 2016

Pötzsch’s First Book for Children | Audio in Advance December 2016 | Middle Grade

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Middle grade audiobooks publishing in December 2016

Urban Art | Audio in Advance December 2016 | Early Elementary

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Early elementary audiobooks releasing in December 2016

Love Stories | Audio in Advance December 2016 | Stephanie’s Picks

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Love stories on audio releasing in December 2017

Fast Five with Graham Halstead

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What was the first audiobook you narrated? Actually, it was a three-book bundle of The Hardy Boys mysteries for the Library of Congress. What was your favorite non-audiobook gig? I voiced a Brad Pitt/Chanel-style ad for a Hungarian horseback archery company. What’s your favorite accent to narrate? Anything British! Cockney especially. What was your favorite […]

Bridget Jones, Before and Beyond | RA Crossroads

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Welcome to Readers’ Advisory (RA) Crossroads, where books, movies, music, and other media converge and whole-collection RA service goes where it may. In this column, all things Bridget Jones and the chick lit backlist lead me down a winding path.

LJ Media Reviews: October 15, 2016

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Chambers takes listeners The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet; revisit 1916: The Irish Rebellion; plus Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words; and a bunch of students Saved!

Health DVDs | Collection Development

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While Fitbits and smartphones have taken “home fitness” outdoors, the consumer health DVD market continues to yield high customer appeal. These 31 programs offer plenty of viewing advice.

Musical Marguerite, Malick’s New World, Caregiver Catharsis, Renais on the Holocaust | Fast Scans, September 15, 2016

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Marguerite is no less funny for substituting tragicomedy for broad farce; Plá’s riveting drama–cum–social and political commentary should serve as a catharsis; Malick’s exquisitely shot amalgam of narrative storytelling; Night and Fog is not lacking for impact