Every character in these audiobooks is looking for something: ghosts, a suddenly missing parent, an otherworldly realm. While these young explorers are searching for the mysterious, they often stumble upon something they didn’t expect to find: their true selves. Read more
In this episode meet Jon Meacham, co-author of Songs of America; Matthew Stanley, author of Einstein’s War; and Steve Sheinkin, author of Amelia Earhart and the Flying Chariot. History is the driving force behind each of these authorsâ€™ audiobooks. These authors use storytelling as a way to engage and connect listeners to the past, to topics ranging from American music to Amelia Earhart to World War I. Even non-history buffs will fall in love with history after listening to each author talk about his audiobook. Then find out which author would cast Helen Mirren as his audiobook narrator.
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Superhero daydreaming? You can fight crime, soar through the air, and join forces with the likes of Superman from the comfort of your own couch. Read more
Spring break family vacations are a lot of fun, but they can also be a little exhausting. Excitement for a road trip can quickly turn into one long “are we there yet?” drag; anticipation for a quick plane ride to visit grandparents can become a nightmare of delayed flights at the airport. Luckily, you can prevent all those traveling blues by picking out a few audiobooks that will keep the entire family entertained. 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