Looking for a new recipe to try out in your kitchen? Youâ€™re in luck! We have curated three delicious recipes for you to try. Not only will these recipes keep you busy in the kitchen, but we have also chosen a few audiobook pairings to keep you company while you cook. Read more
With the newest installment of MAGNUS CHASE AND THE GODS OF ASGARD: THE HAMMER OF THOR, we dive right back into the action alongside Magnus and his friends. The story makes sure the listeners are all caught up with Magnusâ€™ adventures from THE SWORD OF SUMMER, and the action begins almost as soon as the narration does.
The sequel to the powerhouse AN EMBER IN THE ASHES, A TORCH AGAINST THE NIGHT well lives up to the adventure. Itâ€™s easy to jump back into the fray alongside Elias, Laia, and the newest narrator Helene as they escape manipulation, death, and betrayal from the hands of the Commandant and the Empire.
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The holidays are fast approaching, which means that now is the time to start thinking about gift ideas.Â It can be hard trying to figure out the perfect gift when there are so many options.Â Luckily, when it comes to pleasing the audiobook aficionados in your life, weâ€™ve got you covered! To make it easier on you this holiday season, weâ€™ve compiled a list of awesome gifts that audiobook fans will most definitely love. Read more
On November 19th, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most famous speeches in American History. Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was written for the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, PA only four and a half months after the famous battle that would turn the tide of the Civil War. Before Gettysburg, the Union Army had suffered defeat after defeat at the hands of the Confederates, and victory seemed nearly out of reach. Â After more than a year of setbacks on the battlefield, the Union had finally achieved a decisive victory against the Confederacy at Gettysburg. The tide of the Civil War was beginning to turn in favor of the Union. With victory in sight, President Lincoln’s dedication speech reminded Americans that the Civil War was about more than emancipation–it was about preserving democracy itself. President Lincoln’s speech served as a rallying cry for the Union’s cause, and continues to inspire Americans today. But the Gettysburg Address would not have been possible without a victory on the battlefield. In Gettysburg: The Last Invasion, Professor Allen C. Guelzo examines the battle in exquisite detail. If you’re interested in learning more about the Gettysburg Address on its 152nd anniversary, this audiobook is the best place to begin.