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Jul 31, 2019

Crickets and a crackling campfire greet listeners at the start of this children’s audiobook centered around otsaliheliga, “we are grateful.” Cherokee pronunciations and vocabulary are beautifully rendered for listeners as five narrators take turns telling the story of families celebrating and honoring ancestors...


Jul 30, 2019

Known for her Africanfuturist fiction, Okorafor narrates a new memoir about the roots of her celebrated stories. She was a skilled athlete when she went into the hospital for spinal surgery to correct her scoliosis, but when she woke up, she discovered she was paralysed from the waist down. When her body broke, she...


Jul 29, 2019

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD returns with a tale of America’s buried legacy of racism and violence. Elwood Curtis is an earnest high school student on his way to college classes when he’s picked up for hitching a ride in the wrong car. Elwood’s ideals are confronted by the...


Jul 26, 2019

The story of two sisters who grew up in a Jewish household in Detroit takes us through the 1950s and up to 2016. The sisters’ paths are very different, but their shared experiences and relationship create an engaging tale that makes you feel their similarities more than their differences. In a great example of the...


Jul 25, 2019

A scholarship student has trouble connecting with her rich female classmates, until—against her better judgment—she agrees to attend one of their parties. Falling down a rabbit hole, Samantha finds herself entangled in the lives of a group of women who call each other "Bunny." Narrator Sophie Amoss get an...