Featured Audiobooks

The Widow of Wall Street

When Phoebe’s perfect world collapses, she must choose between blind love or harsh truth.

By Randy Susan Meyers Read by Susan Bennett

"Carefully written to gradually expose the emotional hold Jake builds over his wife, the novel is an engaging and sharp reflection of the rapid changes in marital dynamics over the course of the 20th century, as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers and allure of ambition in the heyday of Wall Street." - Publishers Weekly

Speak of Me As I Am

A moving story of grief, honesty, and the healing power of art.

By Sonia Belasco Read by J.D. Jackson and Erin Spencer

"Debut author Belasco adeptly captures the tribulations of high school life while also celebrating art's ability to help clarify and contextualize its joys and sorrows...The novel's most intriguing character...is grief itself, which the author illuminates, examines, and dissects with a surgeon's precision and the gentle touch of an artist. A stirring account of the trials of adolescence." - Kirkus Reviews

Lucky Jim

The memoir of writer Jim Hart, detailing his personal struggles and eventual successes.

By James Hart Read by Pete Cross

"In this searching, honest, and emotionally nuanced narrative, Hart navigates the struggle with his personal demons and the celebrity world with which he unexpectedly became enmeshed with elegance, grit, and artistry. The result is memoir that makes for exceptionally poignant, lyrical reading. A finely written, painful, but profound book." - Kirkus Reviews

Wild Ride

In the ninth book of the Black Knights, Inc. series, Ozzie regroups after a failed mission.

By Julie Ann Walker Read by Emily Beresford

"Walker succeeds in interspersing a remarkable number of well-executed, graphic sex scenes with thrilling suspense, and secrets that just can't be kept." - Booklist, Starred Review

The Yellow Envelope

What Would You Do with a Yellow Envelope?

By Kim Dinan Read by Laurence Bouvard

"This is a capably narrated, decidedly introspective, soul-searching travel memoir of the Eat, Pray, Love variety and will likely draw the same audience." - Booklist

On Turpentine Lane

A new romantic comedy from the best-selling author of The Family Man and The View from Penthouse B.

By Elinor Lipman Read by Mia Barron

"Warm, clever, a little silly, a lot of fun." - Kirkus Reviews

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Mount Joy

An indie rock romance inspired by real events…

Best Feature - Philadelphia Independent Film Festival 7; Best Actress - Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival; Official Selection - CBGB Music & Film Festival; Nominated for the MIFF Awards; Official Selection - Ink's Middle of the Map Film Fest; Offical Selection - Santa Barbara International Film Festival; Official Selection - Fort Meyers Beach Film Festival - Awards

Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome

From the daily comics to the silver screen, see the fearless detective in action!

President Taft is Stuck in the Bath

"Blast!" said Taft, "This could be bad."

By Mac Barnett Illustrated by Chris Van Dusen Read by George Newbern

"No amount of squeezing and shimmying or hefting and stretching will do: President Taft is stuck in the bath. Even if the entire event may not be true, Barnett turns the nonetheless legendary story into a hilarious cabinet-level fiasco...The combination of Barnett's repetitive assonance (" 'Double blast!' said Taft. 'Blast and drat!' ") and Van Dusen's gouache caricature illustrations (with strategically placed water and bubbles) sets the hilarious tone. A concluding author’s note reveals an archival photo of four men sitting in Taft's custom-built bathtub for the White House and presents the actual facts pertaining to the president and his numerous commissioned bathtubs. Studying the presidency need never be dull again." - Booklist

Warren

There's what you're supposed to do and what you have to do.

"This film, which recalls 'The Graduate,' is beautifully shot around Chicago...sorely wishing Roger Ebert could've seen and written about it." - Anath White, Roger Ebert.com

Autism: A Family's Journey

A family unites to help their son recover from autism in a story of hope!

How to Catch the Easter Bunny

A fun, spring time follow-up from the New York Times best-selling creators of How to Catch an Elf!

By Adam Wallace Illustrated by Andy Elkerton Read by Kirby Heyborne

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Iris Grace

The unexpected tale of a cat who helps a family with an autistic daughter learn how to connect.

By Arabella Carter-Johnson Read by Anna Bentinck

"Iris' story, as told and photographed by her mother, beautifully deciphers the way a child with autism sees and approaches the world, with a deft touch that makes for compelling reading." - Booklist, Starred Review

Mother's Day Murder

The fifteenth Lucy Stone cozy delves into the deadly drama of high-school girls and their moms.

By Leslie Meier Read by Karen White

"In Meier's fizzy 15th holiday-themed cozy (after 2008's St. Patrick's Day Murder), reporter Lucy Stone['s] mix of family concerns and mystery turns darker than usual...Along the way, Lucy must also deal with fears about Sara's first prom date and the sleepless nights all moms must face." - Publishers Weekly

The Widow of Wall Street

When Phoebe’s perfect world collapses, she must choose between blind love or harsh truth.

By Randy Susan Meyers Read by Susan Bennett

"Carefully written to gradually expose the emotional hold Jake builds over his wife, the novel is an engaging and sharp reflection of the rapid changes in marital dynamics over the course of the 20th century, as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers and allure of ambition in the heyday of Wall Street." - Publishers Weekly

Antiques Frame

Vivian must help daughter Brandy beat a murder charge in the eleventh Trash ‘n’ Treasures mystery.

By Barbara Allan Read by Amy McFadden

"Nonstop humor as well as a tangled mystery." - RT Book Reviews

Vincent and Theo

An incredible story about brotherly love and the famous artist who was shaped by it.

By Deborah Heiligman Read by Phil Fox

"A remarkably insightful, profoundly moving story of fraternal interdependence and unconditional love." - Kirkus, Starred Review

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President Taft is Stuck in the Bath

"Blast!" said Taft, "This could be bad."

By Mac Barnett Illustrated by Chris Van Dusen Read by by George Newbern

"No amount of squeezing and shimmying or hefting and stretching will do: President Taft is stuck in the bath. Even if the entire event may not be true, Barnett turns the nonetheless legendary story into a hilarious cabinet-level fiasco...The combination of Barnett's repetitive assonance (" 'Double blast!' said Taft. 'Blast and drat!' ") and Van Dusen's gouache caricature illustrations (with strategically placed water and bubbles) sets the hilarious tone. A concluding author’s note reveals an archival photo of four men sitting in Taft's custom-built bathtub for the White House and presents the actual facts pertaining to the president and his numerous commissioned bathtubs. Studying the presidency need never be dull again." - Booklist

Good Night Yoga

Help calm active children into a peaceful and soothing bedtime routine with this interactive story.

By Mariam Gates Illustrated by Sarah Jane Hinder Read by by Elizabeth Cottle

"In a clear and calming introduction to yoga, serene children demonstrate 11 basic poses, while a lullaby winds throughout...Gentle supplemental text describes the poses which come together in a closing spread to create the 'Good Night Yoga Flow.'" - Publishers Weekly

Good Morning Yoga

Teach kids to greet the morning with joy and embark on their daily adventures with confidence.

By Mariam Gates Illustrated by Sarah Jane Hinder Read by by Elizabeth Cottle

"Hinder's playful illustrations animate Gates' descriptions and affirmations...The balance of bold and soft colors mirrors the energizing yet focused movements of the stretches. Young readers will easily see themselves in one of the many diverse children in the book...An energizing yoga practice...should inspire multiple readings." - Kirkus Reviews

Yard Sale

It’s hard to let go of things—but what counts more is having each other.

By Eve Bunting Illustrated by Lauren Castillo Read by by Susie Berneis

"While the topic is an extremely tough one, Bunting tackles it with her usual grace and poise. The clear and concise writing is a wonderful choice for the subject matter...A vital purchase for collections everywhere." - School Library Journal, Starred Review

How to Catch the Tooth Fairy

Losing a tooth is an exciting event in the life of a child - what will the tooth fairy bring?

By Adam Wallace Illustrated by Andy Elkerton Read by by Elizabeth Cottle

Miracle Man

A beautiful biography of Jesus Christ, perfect for families to share throughout the year.

By John Hendrix Illustrated by John Hendrix Read by by Qarie Marshall and Jorjeana Marie

"Employing simple, child-friendly language… the design and format of the spreads call to mind modern graphic novels. Despite the contemporary feel of the artwork and language, the illustrations are also replete with historically accurate details of life in biblical times...Hendrix eloquently conveys the life-changing power of faith in this distinctive snapshot of the life and teachings of Jesus, providing an appealing introduction to more complete collections of Bible stories." - School Library Journal

Best Selling Audiobooks

Divergent

The #1 New York Times bestselling thriller that is book one in the electrifying Divergent series.

By Veronica Roth Read by Emma Galvin

Earphones Award Winner. "Though Galvin's narration is concentrated on giving Tris the perfect voice, she never neglects the secondary characters. Poignant moments with Tris's mother and Four, her leader and love, are subtly nuanced to let listeners hear the terror Tris often hides." - AudioFile Magazine

Twisted Sisters

Reality gets an unreal makeover in this hilarious new novel from bestselling author Jen Lancaster.

By Jen Lancaster Read by Jen Lancaster

"Reagan’s journey to selfawareness, though achieved via supernatural means, is a satisfying one that will please Lancaster’s many fans." - Booklist (audio review)

Allegiant

The highly anticipated conclusion of the #1 New York Times bestselling Divergent series.

By Veronica Roth Read by Emma Galvin and Aaron Stanford

Insurgent

The sequel to New York Times bestselling Divergent is another intoxicating dystopian thrill ride.

By Veronica Roth Read by Emma Galvin

GoodReads Choice 2012 GoodReads Author Award, and GoodReads Choice 2012 Young Adult Fantasy Award Winner. - GoodReads

The Ghost of the Mary Celeste

A captivating, atmospheric historical fiction that is every bit convincing as it is engrossing.

By Valerie Martin Read by Susie Berneis

"With great precision, Berneis transports the listener...This thrilling literary mystery will entrance listeners of all ages." - Booklist (audio review)

The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing

The anticipated sequel to the Newbery honor winner and New York Times bestseller, Three Times Lucky.

By Sheila Turnage Read by Lauren Fortgang

"A superbly entertaining listen for those who love a rollicking, humorous adventure." - Booklist (audio review)

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