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Literature and the New Culture Wars

by Deborah Appleman; read by Cathi Colas

Our current "culture wars" have reshaped the politics of secondary literature instruction. Due to a variety of challenges from both the left and the right—to language or subject matter, to potentially triggering content, or to authors who have been canceled—school reading lists are rapidly shrinking. Deborah Appleman's Literature and the New Culture Wars is a timely and eloquent argument for a reasoned approach to determining what literature still deserves to be read and taught and discussed. Learn More
Let the People Rule

by John G. Matsusaka; read by Christopher Grove

With a crisis of representation hobbling democracies across the globe, Let the People Rule offers important new ideas about the crucial role the referendum can play in the future of government. Learn More
Let the Children Play

by Pasi Sahlberg & Wiliam Doyles; read by Randye Kaye

In Let the Children Play, Pasi Sahlberg, Finnish educator and scholar, and Fulbright Scholar William Doyle make the case for helping schools and children thrive by unleashing the power of play and giving more physical and intellectual play to all schoolchildren. Learn More
The Last Butterflies

by Nick Haddad; read by Eric Martin

A remarkable look at the rarest butterflies, how global changes threaten their existence, and how we can bring them back from near-extinction. Learn More
Kid Food

by Bettina Elias Siegel; read by Vanessa Daniels

In Kid Food, nationally recognized writer and food advocate Bettina Elias Siegel explores one of the fundamental challenges of modern parenting: trying to raise healthy eaters in a society intent on pushing children in the opposite direction. Learn More
The Joy of Search

by Daniel Russell; read by Charles Constant

How to be a great online searcher, demonstrated with step-by-step searches for answers to a series of intriguing questions (for example, "Is that plant poisonous?"). Learn More
Johnny B. Bad

by Stephanie Bennett; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

Thirty years ago, Chuck Berry starred in the seminal music documentary Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock 'N' Roll, which profiled the legend during a star-studded concert celebrating his sixtieth birthday. Now, on the heels of Berry's death, comes the complete story behind one of America's most enduring and embattled icons. Learn More

by Hawa Allan; read by Hawa Allan

A brilliant debut by lawyer and critic Hawa Allan on the paradoxical state of black citizenship in the United States. Learn More

by Kevin J. Mitchell; read by Michael Page

A leading neuroscientist explains why your personal traits are more innate than you think. Learn More
Imagined Life

by James Trefil & Michael Summers; read by Paul Boehmer

Scientists Trefil and Summers bring listeners on a marvelous experimental voyage through the possibilities of life—unlike anything we have experienced so far—that could exist on planets outside our own solar system. Learn More
Illuminating History

by Bernard Bailyn; read by Tom Parks

The brilliance of a master historian shines through this personal account of a lifetime's work. Learn More
I Feel You

by Cris Beam; read by Susan Ericksen

A cogent, gorgeous examination of empathy, illuminating the myths, the science, and the power behind this transformative emotion. Learn More
How To Make It in the New Music Business

by Ari Herstand; read by Ari Herstand

Hailed as an "indispensable" guide (Forbes), How to Make It in the New Music Business returns in this extensively revised and expanded edition. Learn More
How to Give

by Seneca; translated by James S. Romm; read by James Cameron Stewart

Timeless wisdom on generosity and gratitude from the great Stoic philosopher Seneca. Learn More
How to Be Content

by Horace; selected by Stephen Harrison; translated by Stephen Harrison; introduced by Stephen Harrison; read by PJ Ochlan

In How to Be Content, Stephen Harrison provides fresh, contemporary translations of poems from across Horace's works that continue to offer important lessons about the good life, friendship, love, and death. Learn More
How to Bake Pi

Eugenia Cheng; read by Tavia Gilbert

A groundbreaking popular book that uses cooking to shed light on the heart of mathematics. Learn More
A History of Music in Western Civilization

Discussion by 15 Prominent Music Authorities, with Musical Examples

Explores the roots of the most influential music genres of our time, from anonymous 10th century troubadours to world-renowned 20th century composers. Essential listening for students and lovers of great music. Learn More
Health Justice Now

by Timothy Faust; read by Brian Holden

In Health Justice Now, Timothy Faust explains what single payer healthcare is, why we don't yet have it, and how it can be won. Learn More
Hacking Darwin

by Jamie Metzl; read by Eric Martin

From leading geopolitical expert and technology futurist Jamie Metzl comes a groundbreaking exploration of the many ways genetic-engineering is shaking the core foundations of our lives—sex, war, love, and death. Learn More
Gumbo Life

by Ken Wells; read by PJ Ochlan

A sprightly, deeply personal narrative about how gumbo—for 250 years a Cajun and Creole secret—has become one of the world's most beloved dishes. Learn More
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