Who are your heroes? How did you first “meet” them? Who are the people whose stories you would most like to share with the youngest generation? Read more
Belonging and communication are two themes at the heart of Lynne Kelly’s newest tale, Song for a Whale, and the audiobook, read by Abigail Revasch, is a poignant listen that will tug at the heartstrings of all ages.
To delve a little deeper behind this fantastic story, we were really happy to hear from Lynne herself! Read more
In this episodeÂ of This Is the Author, meet Raymond Arroyo, author of Will Wilder #3: The Amulet of Power; Padma Venkatraman, author of The Bridge Home; and Julie Bogart, author of The Brave Learner. Drawing on inspiration from childhood memories, travel adventures, and insights in education, hear why each of these authors are excited to share their stories with listeners. Plus, discover how one author used her high school acting experience to help her narrate.
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Growing up in India in a Hindu family, I celebrated many festivals throughout the year. The only festival that I dreaded as a child (although I also found it beautiful and profound) was Saraswathi Pooja, the day dedicated to the goddess of learning. Why? Because on that day, I wasnâ€™t allowed to read or write. Read more
As big Rick Riordan fans, we’re always looking for another audiobook that will be full of humor, adventure, and a little magic. (Have you listened to all of his books? Not sure? Take a look and see.)
Luckily for us (and you!), there are plenty of fantastical new listens from Rick Riordan Presents; these fun middle-grade stories are based on mythology from around the world that listeners may or may not be familiar with. Read more
There’s a new adventure from the New York Times bestselling author of the Big Nate series: Max and the Midknights. It’s an illustrated novel, peppered with graphic novel panels throughout, so the audiobook production was exciting to adapt and create. Max’s quest to become a knight is now an original audio performance with a full cast, music, and special effects. Read more
In this special episode, meet Christopher Paolini, author of the internationally bestselling Inheritance Cycle series. He tells us about his newest audiobook, The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm, which is narrated by his longtime reader, Gerard Doyle.
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Author Sarah Glenn Marsh chatted with narrator Alex McKenna aboutÂ her experience voicingÂ Reign of the Fallen (Alex McKenna also returns to narrate the forthcoming sequel, Song of the Dead). Read more