Featured Audiobooks

The One-in-a-Million Boy

A rich story of hearts broken seemingly beyond repair and bound by an act of human devotion.

By Monica Wood Read by Chris Ciulla

"...should appeal to readers who enjoy the family-centered novels of Jodi Picoult and Kristin Hannah." - Booklist

Sunday's on the Phone to Monday

The arresting family love story about the eccentric yet tight-knit Simone family.

By Christine Reilly Read by Julia Whelan

Sunday's on the Phone to Monday reveals how trouble, when visited upon a loving family, can be transformed-if imperfectly—by curiosity, empathy, and imagination. We're in a poet's hands; every sentence here crackles with electric vitality. This is a unique and big-hearted novel. - Pamela Erens, author of The Virgins

Hold Still

Maya and her daughter Ellie must rebuild a relationship after a catastrophic accident.

By Lynn Steger Strong Read by Andi Arndt

Lynn Steger Strong has a great eye for the visible world, a near perfect sensor for those of us living in it, and a deep compassion and curiosity for how we go astray and find ourselves again. - Richard Ford

Heart-Shaped Hack

Kate begins to learn dark secrets about computer hacker Ian, who she is falling in love with.

By Tracey Garvis Graves Read by Kristin Condon

It was so refreshing to see strong, likable characters, who were in a believable adult relationship. I enjoyed seeing the couple's journey. So many romances are missing the love story. This wasn't. It was all here, and it was completely charming. - The Book Bosses

Murder in an Irish Village

Siobh n O'Sullivan must solve a murder mystery to clear her name and save her Bistro.

By Carlene O'Connor Read by Caroline Lennon

"The cheeky and close-knit repartee among the O’Sullivans ... are sure to appeal to cozy fans, who will also appreciate the warmth and spirit of the people of Kilbane." - Publishers Weekly

A Man Called Ove

A grumpy yet loveable man finds his world turned on its head when a young family moves in next door.

By Fredrik Backman Read by George Newbern

One of the 2014 Top 10 First Novels. Starred review. "...superbly narrated by actor Newbern... When characters hiss, yell, whisper, shout, or shriek, Newbern mimics the emotions smoothly; he speaks in a lighter register for the young daughters... this audio meets, if not exceeds, the print version." - Booklist (audio review)

Featured Videos

500 Miles

"How far would you go? "

Directed by Ashlee Jensen Produced by Terrance M. Young

Last Stop on Market Street

Join young CJ on a memorable ride as the 2016 Newbury winner comes to life in this dynamic video!

By Matt de la Peña Illustrated by Christian Robinson Read by Arnell Powell

2016 Newbery Medal Winner Caldecott Honor Book, A 2016 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Book, A New York Times Book Review Notable Children’s Book of 2015, A Wall Street Journal Best Children’s Book of 2015 - Awards

Hillary Rodham Clinton: Some Girls Are Born to Lead

The story of Hillary Clinton’s childhood, and how she paved the way for women everywhere.

By Michelle Markel Illustrated by LeUyen Pham Read by Lesa Lockford

"Smart and snappy...as inspiring as it is delightful." - Booklist (starred review)


What really happened when Free Willy became the only captive orca to be released back into the wild?

Directed by Theresa Demarest Produced by Theresa Demarest and Jay Schornstein

"Emotionally involving and thoughtful, this could be used as supplemental material for environmental studies classes." - School Library Journal (video review)

Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

A traveler rids a village synagogue of goblins in this adaptation of the 1990 Caldecott Honor Book.

By Eric A. Kimmel Illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman Read by Gildart Jackson

Starred Review. "Eric Kimmel’s wonderful tale has not aged a whit, and it now receives prime treatment in this beautiful production. This is a wonderful presentation that will have little ones on the edge of their seats." - School Library Journal Review - School Library Journal (Video Review)

Viva Frida

The Caldecott Honor Book and the 2015 Pura Belpre Award winner is now on video.

By Yuyi Morales Illustrated by Yuyi Morales Read by Adriana Sananes

"[A] breathtaking visual feast..." - American Library Association (video review)

Newest Audiobooks

That Darkness

A forensic specialist tracks down a murderer in this tour de force of psychological suspense.

By Lisa Black Read by Kirsten Potter

Highly entertaining...Fans of forensic thrillers will look forward to seeing more. - Library Journal

The Year We Turned Forty

Three best friends get a chance to travel back in time with an opportunity to change their future.

By Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke Read by Lisa Larsen

The Year We Turned Forty manages to be both uniquely magical and deeply real. It is classic Liz and Lisa: charming, fun, thoughtful, and clever; an honest and heartfelt exploration of friendship, love, regret, and redemption. ` - Taylor Jenkins Reid, author of Maybe in Another Life

Why Soccer Matters

Pelé details his ambitious goals for the future of the sport and, by extension, the world.

By Pelé and Brian Winter Read by Sean Pratt

“An engaging reflection on international football in the World Cup era. Pelé’s voice shines through…Provide[s] insight into the world’s most popular game through the eyes of its most revered figure.” - Kirkus Reviews

Cancion de cuna de Auschwitz (Auschwitz Lullaby)

The dramatic story of Helene Hanneman's choice to follow her family into a German death camp.

By Mario Escobar Read by

The Master Key System

The Master Key System will show you how to use the power of thoughts to realize your dreams.

By Charles F. Haanel Read by Erik Synnestvedt

Wish You Were Eyre

The Mother-Daughter Book Club says 'bon voyage' to Concord and 'bonjour' to France!

By Heather Vogel Frederick Read by Cris Dukehart , Amy Rubinate , Kate Rudd and Emily Woo Zeller

Newest Videos

Funny Bones

Discover the little-known story of Mexican artist José Guadalupe Posada in this 2016 Sibert winner.J

By Duncan Tonatiuh Illustrated by Duncan Tonatiuh Read by by Armando Duran

A 2016 Sibert Award Winner, Pura Belpré (Illustrator) Honor Book, and a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Books of 2015. - Awards

Last Stop on Market Street

Join young CJ on a memorable ride as the 2016 Newbury winner comes to life in this dynamic video!

By Matt de la Peña Illustrated by Christian Robinson Read by by Arnell Powell

2016 Newbery Medal Winner Caldecott Honor Book, A 2016 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Book, A New York Times Book Review Notable Children’s Book of 2015, A Wall Street Journal Best Children’s Book of 2015 - Awards

It's a Big World, Little Pig

Poppy has an adventure in store at the Word Games ice-skating championship.

By Kristi Yamaguchi Illustrated by Tim Bowers Read by by Susie Berneis

Another sweet confection... - Kirkus Review

My Name is Not Alexander

Alexander travels through time meeting the most influential men of America.

By Jennifer Fosberry Illustrated by Mike Litwin Read by by Chris Patton

My Name Is Not Alexander is at once a sweet, gentle history lesson and a delightful bedtime read. Alexander's imagination and the amusing illustrations make this an entertaining and informative choice. - New York Journal of Books

Isabella: Star of the Story

Every day is an adventure with Isabella!

By Jennifer Fosberry Illustrated by Mike Litwin Read by by Cris Dukehart

The Reasons For Seasons

How the position of Earth in relation to the sun causes seasons.

By Gail Gibbons Illustrated by Gail Gibbons Read by by Chris Lutkin

Gibbons uses simple words and clear, colorful pictures to explain the seasons, the solstices, and the equinoxes...Brightly colored pictures, as accessible and appealing as those in Gibbons' other books, illustrate the text. - Booklist

Best Selling Audiobooks


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

12 Years a Slave

Now a major motion picture, this is Northup's true story of being kidnapped and sold into slavery.

By Solomon Northup Read by Richard Allen

"Narrator Richard Allen does an excellent job conveying Northup's thoughts and emotions. His rich voice imparts the frustrations, hopes, and fears of the author." - Library Journal

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)


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

By Veronica Roth Read by Emma Galvin and Aaron Stanford


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)

Best Selling Videos

Mr. Wuffles!

Stranded, a group of tiny aliens must outwit a very curious cat.

By David Wiesner Illustrated by David Wiesner Read by by Susie Berneis

Starred Review. "Expertly imagined, composed, drawn and colored, this is Wiesner at his best." - Kirkus Reviews

Dragons Love Tacos

This scrumptious New York Times bestseller has a whole lot of kick...and is now on video!

By Adam Rubin Illustrated by Daniel Salmieri Read by by Chris Patton

Three stars. "...amusing...this is recommended" - Video Librarian

Is There a Monster in My Closet?

There was only one place left for Benjamin to check: under his bed.

By Johannah Gilman Paiva Illustrated by Paulette Rich Long and Jonas Fearon Bell Read by by Nicholas Mondelli

Wheels On The Bus; Old MacDonald Had a Farm; & The Ants Go Marching One By One

Cuddle up with your little one and laugh along with these familiar nursery rhymes!

By Frankie O'Connor Illustrated by Nicole Groot Read by by Erin Yuen and Elizabeth Cottle

The Whispering Town

Based on a true story!

By Jennifer Elvgren Illustrated by Fabio Santomauro Read by by Elizabeth Cottle

Starred review. "Both author and illustrator do an excellent job of bringing both the horror and humanity of this story to a level younger children can understand, and there is much of both... An unusual and strong addition to Holocaust literature." - Booklist (video review)