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Q&A with Janet Somerville, author of Yours, For Probably Always: Martha Gellhorn’s Letters of Love and War

When watching Ken Burns’ new PBS series Hemingway, you may well find yourself riveted not solely by the antics of “Papa Hemingway,” but also by another luminary (who happened to be his third wife): the fearless, whip-smart war correspondent Martha Gellhorn. READ MORE

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Liza Wiemer and Rachel Kamin_In Conversation
Family Bonding with Audiobooks: An Author and Librarian in Conversation

When the full cast audiobook edition of Liza Wiemer’s YA novel The Assignment was released, educators reached out to ask about using it in their classrooms. This led her to notice a wider trend: not only was she hearing about teachers incorporating audiobooks into lessons, but also parents who were listening to audiobooks along with their children. READ MORE

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Alexandra Villasante author of The Grief Keeper
Author Alexandra Villasante on Finding Her Perfect Narrator

By Alexandra Villasante, author of The Grief Keeper

There’s an inherent magic contained in audiobooks that triggers my earliest memories of being read to by my mamá. Whether it was Caperucita Roja or Mouse Tales, the memory of spoken words blooming into action, like a comfortable dream or beloved movie, is something I’ve always cherished—even after learning how to read for myself. READ MORE

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