There’s a chance that even the most in-the-know history buff is unaware of the true story behind one of the most prominent librarians in American history. Until now. READ MORE
May always seems like we’re on the cusp of magic: something about cloudless afternoons and warm evenings is buoyant and ripe with possibility. Match the energy of May with Asian American led romantic comedies that feel as marvelous as the sun on your skin after a long winter. READ MORE
May 9th is Mother’s Day! Share a story with your Mom, the mom-like figures in your life, and snag a treat for yourself (we see you, pet and plant parents!) with audiobooks. Want to gift a sweeping historical fiction? Just looking for a fun story to gab about? Call this list an audio bouquet, because these are no bad picks. READ MORE
We first published this post during March for National Crafting Month and Women’s History Month, and we’re bringing it back because we’ve got flowers on the brain, and there’s no time like the present to create your own handmade daffodils from Crepe Paper Flowers by Lia Griffith. READ MORE
How will you be celebrating the Spring Equinox (and thus, the brand new astrological year)? Running and twirling in a field of grass while wearing layers of lace? Dying eggs and planting tulips as far as the eye can see?
Whatever you choose, do it with a little bounce in your step and a fresh new audiobook in your ears.
The best friends are the ones who can deliver the perfect deadpan one liner, make you laugh until you’re doubled over, and still have a lot of heart. Meet your new favorite pals in these audiobooks of essays by Black authors that are simultaneously laugh-out-loud funny, sharp, and poignant. READ MORE