Crayons have feelings too, and these crayons have had ENOUGH. Discover the #1 New York Times bestselling kids’ series that has taken the coloring world by storm, brought to life in three full cast audiobook productions. READ MORE
The New York Times Magazineâ€™s award-winning â€ś1619 Projectâ€ť issue reframed the understanding of American history by placing slavery and its continuing legacy at the center of our national narrative. READ MORE
Gather around the fire: MeatEater’s Campfire Stories: Close Calls, an audiobook original with Steven Rinella, renowned outdoorsman, bestselling author, podcast host, and host of the Netflix series MeatEater, is out now. Rinella is joined by members of the MeatEater Crew and an array of additional contributors for this original collection of sixteen true stories of close calls in the outdoors, from encounters with grizzlies, to getting swept away by an avalanche, to being trapped in an underwater cave, and even a brush with an armed cartel during a fishing trip. READ MORE
This week in our Listen and Cook series we’re not only doubling the veggies in our pot roast with chef Sarah Copeland, we’re also doubling, tripling, and quadrupling the number of narrators in our audiobooks and serving up recommendations for listens as richly packed with talent as your stew will be with potatoes. READ MORE
There are friends, and there are under-the-sea friends who will eat waffles with you, entertain your peanut butter dreams, and celebrate the narwhalidays with joy and aplomb. READ MORE
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
Did you know that many of Americaâ€™s Founding Fathers—who fought for liberty and justice for all—were slave owners?
Through the powerful stories of five enslaved people who were â€śownedâ€ť by four of our greatest presidents, this audiobook helps set the record straight about the role slavery played in the founding of America. READ MORE