Personal memoirs of battle and return, read by the authors. A collection of wartime letters throughout history, read by a full cast of narrators. True stories of courage and valor. Novels featuring service men and women. These are our audiobook suggestions for this Veterans Day. Read more
It’s frankly delightful to hear a familiar voice tell a great story, all the more so when that voice belongs to a favorite actor, artist, or musician. This fall, bring one of these household names into your home and listen as they read illuminating memoirs, captivating novels, and frankly awesome picture books. Read more
June 6th, 2019 is the 75th anniversary of D-Day. As commemorations take place all over the world, itâ€™s a time to reflect and remember. Read more
“My book is about life in the Texas border country. It follows my familyâ€™s migration into Texas from Missouri in the 1850s. But in a larger sense, itâ€™s about the migration of different peoples, through a distinctly unwelcoming landscape over the last 14,000 years.”
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“It took me 10 years to write DRAW YOUR WEAPONS. I wrote it after seeing two photographs. The first photograph I saw was a picture of a man and he was holding a violin, and I read the newspaper story about him. It turned out he was a conscientious objector during World War II whoâ€™d protested the internment of Japanese Americans, and was put in prison. While he was there, he built a violin. And the newspaper story I read about him was about his grandson completing that violin and giving it to him on his birthday. And everything in my body said, ‘you have to write about this person.'”
Learn more about Draw Your Weapons.