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The Abolitionist's Daughter

by Diane C. McPhail; read by Kirsten Potter

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In her sweeping debut, Diane C. McPhail offers a powerful, profoundly emotional novel that explores a little-known aspect of Civil War history—Southern Abolitionists—and the timeless struggle to do right even amidst bitter conflict. Learn More
The Accident of Color

by Daniel Brook; read by David Sadzin

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available June

A technicolor history of the first civil rights movement and its collapse into black and white. Learn More
All You Can Ever Know

by Nicole Chung; read by Janet Song


2019 PEN America Literary Awards Longlist
Indie Next List
NPR Best of 2018
Library Journal Best Book 2018
2019 National Book Critics Circle Award

What does it mean to lose your roots—within your culture, within your family—and what happens when you find them? Learn More
America's Jewish Women

by Pamela Nadell; read by Suzanne Toren

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A groundbreaking history of how Jewish women maintained their identity and influenced social activism as they wrote themselves into American history. Learn More
Another Kind of Madness

by Ed Pavlic; read by Ron Butler

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A stirring novel tuned to the clash between soul music's vision of our essential responsibility to each other and a world that breaks us down and tears us apart, Another Kind of Madness is an indelible tale of human connection. Learn More
The Autobiography of a Transgender Scientist

By Ben Barres; read by Paul Boehmer

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A leading scientist describes his life, his gender transition, his scientific work, and his advocacy for gender equality in science. Learn More
The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt; read by Tavia Gilbert

Now back in print, a candid and insightful look at an era and a life through the eyes of one of the most remarkable Americans of the twentieth century, First Lady and humanitarian Eleanor Roosevelt. Learn More
The Best of Us

by Joyce Maynard; read by Joyce Maynard

From New York Times bestselling author Joyce Maynard, The Best of Us is a memoir about discovering strength in the midst of great loss. Learn More
The Birds of Pandemonium

Michele Raffin; read by Tamara Marston

Aviculturist Raffin introduced us to Sweetie, a special breed of quail with an outsized personality; Oscar the inspiring disabled Lady Gouldian finch; Victoria, Wing, and Coffee, sibling crowned pigeons ecstatic in reunion; and other rescued feathered friends that have been her life's work. Along the way she teaches us how conservationism is as much about saving ourselves as these rare birds. Learn More
Body Leaping Backward

by Maureen Stanton; read by Coleen Marlo

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available July

Body Leaping Backward is the haunting and beautifully drawn story of a self-destructive girlhood, of a town and a nation overwhelmed in a time of change, and of how life-altering a glimpse of a world bigger than the one we come from can be. Learn More
The Book of No

by Susan Newman, PhD; read by Virginia Wolf

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Social psychologist and author Dr. Susan Newman empowers you to break your debilitating "yes" habit with her simple techniques and insights. Learn More
The Breakthrough

Gwen Ifill; read by the author

A veteran journalist surveys the American political landscape and illuminates the evolution of the African-American politician—and the future of American democracy. Learn More
Call the Midwife

Jennifer Worth; read by Nicola Barber

Companion to the PBS series. An unforgettable story of the joy of motherhood, the bravery of a community, and the hope of one extraordinary woman. Learn More
Call the Midwife: Farewell to the East End

Jennifer Worth; read by Nicola Barber

The final book in the trilogy begun by Jennifer Worth’s bestseller Call the Midwife, the basis for the popular PBS series. Learn More
Call the Midwife: Shadows of the Workhouse

Jennifer Worth; read by Nicola Barber

The sequel to Jennifer Worth’s New York Times bestselling memoir is a rich portrait of a bygone era of comradeship and midwifery populated by unforgettable characters. Learn More
Casting Lots

Susan Silverman; read by Xe Sands

From activist, speaker, mother of five, and rabbi Susan Silverman (sister of comedian Sarah): a funny, moving, sparkling memoir about home, identity, family, and faith. Learn More
The Cost of Living

by Deborah Levy; read by Henrietta Meire


AudioFile 2018 Best Audiobook
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A searching examination of all the dimensions of love, marriage, mourning, and kinship from two-time Booker Prize finalist Deborah Levy. Learn More
A Death in the Rainforest

by Don Kulick; read by Paul Woodson

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available June

Smart, engaging, and perceptive, A Death in the Rainforest takes listeners into a world that will soon disappear forever. Learn More
The Dogs of Avalon

by Laura Schenone; read by Esther Wane

In this David versus Goliath story (including the rescue of her own dog, Lily), Laura Schenone takes us into a complex world of impassioned people who stood up for millions of animals. Learn More
Einstein's Wife

by Allen Esterson & David C. Cassidy; read by Elizabeth Wiley

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Was Einstein's first wife his uncredited coauthor, unpaid assistant, or his unacknowledged helpmeet? The real “Mileva Story.” Learn More
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