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Preventing Bullying in Schools

by Catherine P. Bradshaw & Tracy Evian Waasdorp; read by Coleen Marlo

Nearly a third of students are directly involved in bullying by the time they graduate from high school.

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Proust and the Squid

Maryanne Wolf; read by Kirsten Potter

This ambitious and provocative new book offers an impassioned look at reading, its effect on our lives, and explains why it matters so greatly in a digital era. Learn More
Reaching for the Moon

by Roger D. Launius; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

Fifty years after the Moon landing, a new history of the space race explores the lives of both Soviet and American engineers. Learn More
Reinventing America's Schools

by David Osborne; read by Robertson Dean

In Reinventing America's Schools, David Osborne, one of the world's foremost experts on public sector reform, offers a comprehensive analysis of the charter school movements and presents a theory that will do for American schools what his New York Times bestseller Reinventing Government did for public governance in 1992. Learn More
Renewable Energy

by Nick Jelley; read by Danny Campbell

This Very Short Introduction describes the main renewable sources of energy—solar, wind, hydropower, and biomass—as well as the less well-developed ones—geothermal, tidal, and wave. Learn More
Rescuing Ladybugs

by Jennifer Skiff; read by Donna Postel

Countless times throughout our lives, we're presented with a choice to help another soul. Rescuing Ladybugs highlights the true stories of remarkable people who didn't look away from seemingly impossible-to-change situations and instead worked to save animals. Learn More

by Michael Power; read by Shawn Compton

This collection of essays deals with the situated management of risk in a wide variety of organizational settings—aviation, mental health, railway project management, energy, toy manufacture, financial services, chemicals regulation, and NGOs. Learn More
Science and Cooking

by Michael Brenner, Pia Sörensen, David Weitz; read by Donna Postel

Based on the popular Harvard University and edX course, Science and Cooking explores the scientific basis of why recipes work. Learn More
The Secret History of Home Economics

by Danielle Dreilinger; read by Rachel Perry

The surprising, often fiercely feminist, always fascinating, yet barely known, history of home economics. Learn More
Six Impossible Things

by John Gribbin; read by Matthew Waterson

A concise and engaging investigation of six interpretations of quantum physics. Learn More

by Ruth Kassinger; read by Xe Sands

Say “algae” and most people think of pond scum. What they don’t know is that without algae, none of us would exist. Learn More
The Smart Neanderthal

by Clive Finlayson; read by James Cameron Stewart

In The Smart Neanderthal, Clive Finlayson overturns classic narratives of human origins, and raises important questions about who we really are. Learn More
The Sun

by Philip Judge; read by Patrick Lawlor

This Very Short Introduction explores what we know about the Sun—its physics, its structure, origins, and future evolution. Learn More
Talking Cure

by Paula Marantz Cohen; read by Coleen Marlo

An invigorating exploration of the pleasures and social benefits of conversation. Learn More
Try Common Sense

by Philip K. Howard; read by Mike Chamberlain

Award-winning author Philip K. Howard lays out the blueprint for a new American society. Learn More
Understanding the Brain

by John E. Dowling; read by Mike Chamberlain

An examination of what makes us human and unique among all creatures—our brains. Learn More
Unworthy Republic

by Claudio Saunt; read by Stephen Bowlby

National Book Award Longlist 2020
Washington POst 10 Best Books of the Year 2020

A masterful and unsettling history of “Indian Removal,” the forced migration of Native Americans across the Mississippi River in the 1830s and the state-sponsored theft of their lands.
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Vote Her In

by Rebecca Sive; read by Rebecca Gibel

Author Rebecca Sive draws on her decades of political experience to create this crucial book, which empowers every American man, woman, and child who cares about our nation's democratic future to harness their collective power in the run-up to 2020 and, at last, form a more perfect union. Learn More
Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments

by Saidiya Hartman; read by Allyson Johnson

National Book Critics Circle Finalist

A breathtaking exploration of the lives of young black women in the early twentieth century. Learn More
When Blood Breaks Down

by Mikkael A. Sekeres; read by Mike Lenz

A leading cancer specialist tells the compelling stories of three adult leukemia patients and their treatments, the disease itself, and the drugs developed to treat it. Learn More
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