May 17, 2019
Our culture values early success and achievement. Karlgaard’s message: It’s simply wrong to assume that success in life must begin early and that, past a certain age, we should not expect much of ourselves. This inviting audio will make listeners in their later years rethink how they want to spend their lives....
May 9, 2019
Psychology professor and therapist Pipher invites listeners into her life with engaging observations and advice. Suzanne Toren’s mature pitch and thoughtful phrasing are perfect for this memoir-like study of the various ways women transition into their later years. Published by Audible, Inc.
May 6, 2019
Humorist and columnist Dave Barry treats us to good listening with his trademark humor and ruminations on old dogs and aging. Taking ideas from Lucy, his old dog and faithful friend, Barry shares chapters like “Make New Friends,” “Don’t Stop Having Fun,” and “Pay Attention to the People You Love.”
Apr 1, 2019
The subtitle says it all: “Bathtub Dining, Family Screams, and Other Hacks from the Parenting Trenches.” If you’re a parent and find yourself stuck in a rut, this audiobook is sure to get you out of it — and make you laugh out loud. Hillary Frank’s podcast “The Longest Shortest Time” has helped many...
Feb 22, 2019
Meghan Cox Gurdon, the Wall Street Journal’s children’s book reviewer, brings great insight and passion to her discussion about the importance of reading aloud, especially to children. She sprinkles this audiobook with accents and enthusiasm for “the miraculous power of reading aloud in the age of...