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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

by Kevin J. Mitchell; read by Michael Page

A leading neuroscientist explains why your personal traits are more innate than you think. 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
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
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
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 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
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
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
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

by Walter A. Brown; read by Shawn Compton

The remarkable untold story of a miracle drug, the forgotten pioneer who discovered it, and the fight to bring lithium to the masses. Learn More
The Little Book of Support for New Moms

by Beccy Hands & Alexis Stickland; read by Gemma Dawson

A survival guide to the emotional and physical roller coaster of becoming a new mom. Learn More
The Long Fix

by Vivian Lee; read by Charles Constant

In The Long Fix, physician and health care CEO Vivian S. Lee, MD, cuts to the heart of the health care crisis and presents a concrete action plan for reform. Learn More
Making Eden

by David Beerling; read by Shaun Grindell

In Making Eden David Beerling reveals the hidden history of Earth's sun-shot greenery, and considers its future prospects as we farm the planet to feed the world. Learn More
No Shadow of a Doubt

by Daniel Kennefick; read by LJ Ganser

On their 100th anniversary, the story of the extraordinary scientific expeditions that ushered in the era of relativity. Learn More
One Mighty and Irresistible Tide

by Jia Lynn Yang; read by Laural Merlington

A sweeping history of the twentieth-century battle to reform American immigration laws that set the stage for today's roiling debates. Learn More
Oxford Handbook of IPOs

by Sofia A. Johan; read by Mike Chamberlain

This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of why companies list on stock exchanges, how IPOs are regulated, initially valued, and their performance in the short and long run. Learn More
The Pandemic Century

by Mark Honigsbaum; read by John Lee

A medical historian narrates the last century of scientific struggle against an enduring enemy: deadly contagious disease. Learn More
The Physics of Superheroes

by James Kakalios; Foreword by Lawrence M. Krauss; read by Kevin T. Collins

A complete update to the hit book on the real physics at work in comic books, featuring more heroes, more villains, and more science. Learn More
The Power of Black Excellence

by Deondra Rose; read by L. Malaika Cooper

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

A powerful and revealing history of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), which have been essential for empowering Black citizens and for the ongoing fight for democracy in the US. Learn More
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