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Share in the childhood tales of A Girl Named Zippy. Hear Kenneth Branagh read Samuel Pepys' exuberant 17th-century diary. Be transformed by the extraordinary women of Half the Sky. You'll find these and other remarkable life stories under biography and memoir.

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The Atlas of Reds and Blues

by Devi S. Laskar; read by Jeed Saddy

The Atlas of Reds and Blues grapples with the complexities of the second-generation American experience, what it means to be a woman of color in the workplace, and a sister, a wife, and a mother to daughters in today's America. Learn More
That Time of Year

by Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor

With the warmth and humor we've come to know, the creator and host of A Prairie Home Companion shares his own remarkable story. Learn More

by Richard Munson; read by Charles Constant

Though Tesla's inventions transformed our world, his true originality is shown in the visionary ambitions he failed to achieve. Learn More
The Terroir of Whiskey

by Rob Arnold; read by John McLain

In this book, the master distiller Rob Arnold reveals how innovative whiskey producers are recapturing a sense of place to create distinctive, nuanced flavors. Learn More
Ten Bridges I've Burnt

by Brontez Purnell; read by Brontez Purnell

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From the beloved author of 100 Boyfriends, a wrenching, sexy, and exhilaratingly energetic memoir in verse. Learn More
Teenage Diaries

Radio Diaries; hosted by Joe Richman

Since 1996, the Teenage Diaries series has given tape recorders to young people around the country. Learn More
Tears of Salt

by Pietro Bartolo; Lidia Tilotta; read by David DeVries

Tears of Salt is both a lasting work of literature and an intimate portrait and fresh perspective on a signal crisis of our time. Learn More

by Matthew John Bocchi; read by Timothy Andres Pabon

In the first memoir told by a child of 9/11, Matthew John Bocchi intimately delves into the psychological and emotional torment that ensued after his father's death. His unique story is one full of heartbreak and despair, grief and uncertainty, but most importantly, happiness and hope. The lesson he teaches us is clear but intricate: No matter how far you fall, you can always rise again. Learn More
The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher

Kate Summerscale; read by Simon Vance

A provocative work of nonfiction that reads like a Victorian thriller, and in it author Kate Summerscale has fashioned a brilliant, multilayered narrative that is as cleverly constructed as it is beautifully written. Learn More
Survival Lessons

Alice Hoffman; read by Xe Sands

One of America’s most beloved writers shares suggestions for finding beauty in the world even during the toughest times. Learn More
Super Sushi Ramen Express

by Michael Booth; read by Ralph Lister

A fascinating and funny culinary journey through Japan . . . for readers of Bill Bryson and J. Maarten Troost. Learn More

by Richard Crawford; read by David Colacci

Acclaimed music historian Richard Crawford traces the arc of Gershwin's remarkable life, seamlessly blending colorful anecdotes with a discussion of Gershwin's unforgettable oeuvre.
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Stubborn Archivist

by Yara Rodrigues Fowler; read by Carolina Santos Read

For fans of Chemistry and Conversations with Friends: A mesmerizing and witty debut novel about a young woman growing up between two disparate cultures, and the singular identity she finds along the way. Learn More

by Douglas Segal; read by Douglas Segal

Douglas Segal's compelling memoir is a profound example of how people show up for one another in times of crisis. Learn More
Strong Ties

by Katharine Ogden Michaels; read by Janet Metzger

An in-depth look at the life of Oakland, California native, Barclay Simpson, Strong Ties focuses on the set of convictions and leadership qualities that allowed Simpson to build a successful business from nothing and to become one of the major philanthropists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn More
Street Poison

Justin Gifford; read by J. D. Jackson

The first and definitive biography of one of America's bestselling, notorious, and influential writers of the twentieth century: Iceberg Slim, nee Robert Beck, author of the multimillion-copy memoir Pimp and such equally popular novels as Trick Baby and Mama Black Widow. Learn More
The Story of Motown

by Peter Benjaminson; read by Sean Crisden

A re-release of the first book ever published in America about the legendary Motown Record Company, with a new foreword by legendary music journalist Greil Marcus.
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Storming the Heavens

by Gerald Horne; read by Bill Quinn

The recent Hollywood film Hidden Figures presents a portrait of how African American women shaped the U.S. effort in aerospace during the height of Jim Crow. In Storming the Heavens, Gerald Horne presents the necessary back story to this account and goes further to detail the earlier struggle of African Americans to gain the right to fly. Learn More
The Storm

by Christopher Zyda; read by Paul Boehmer

Christopher Zyda confronts the long-buried and painful memories of his harrowing fifteen-year journey in The Storm: One Voice from the AIDS Generation, a heart-wrenching love story and coming-of-age tale during the early years of the AIDS crisis in Los Angeles. Learn More
Still Standing

by Ellis Henican & Governor Larry Hogan; read by Governor Larry Hogan

Still Standing reveals how an unlikely governor is sparking a whole new kind of politics—and introduces the exciting possibilities that lie ahead. Learn More
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