Your Audiobook Horoscopes for the Spring Equinox

Happy new year, stardust! We’re three months into 2020 and things are stranger than ever, but the Spring Equinox (March 19, 2020) marks the beginning of a brand new astrological year. That means another go at the whole “fresh start” thing. And doesn’t that just sprout your daffodils? Lean on audiobooks to get you through this transition–they’ll help breathe fresh life into your (real and metaphorical) spring cleaning, and make even old stories seem new. Read more

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June 2019 Current Events
8 Audiobooks for Your Current Events Fix

Getting soundbites from daily news, sometimes, isn’t enough. Go beyond the headlines and dig into one particular topic—from racism in America to freedom of speech on the internet—by plugging into one of these audiobooks. Read more

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spring break listens
6 Audiobooks for Your Next Family Trip

Preventing boredom when you travel with kids and teens can be challenging—especially if you want to limit the amount of screen time they have. How many games of “I Spy” can you play before someone loses interest? (Answer: not enough to last an entire road trip!) This is why choosing a few audiobooks to listen is essential to your pre-travel checklist. Read more

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Superhero Listens for Teens