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$2.00 a Day

Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer; read by Allyson Johnson

Edin and Shaefer tell the stories of eight families who live on what is almost unimaginable—an income that falls below the World Bank definition of poverty in the developing world. Their stories need to be heard, especially as we head into an election year that will highlight the questions of income inequality, and our commitment to making prosperity available to all. Learn More
38 Nooses

by Scot W. Berg; read by Paul Heitsch

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

Scott W. Berg recounts an overlooked but seminal moment in American history. Learn More
Assembling Life

by David Deamer; read by Stephen R. Thorne

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In Assembling Life, David Deamer addresses questions that are the cutting edge of research on the origin of life. For instance, how did non-living organic compounds assemble into the first forms of primitive cellular life? What was the source of those compounds and the energy that produced the first nucleic acids? Did life begin in the ocean or in fresh water on terrestrial land masses? Learn More
Big Tech Tyrants

by Floyd Brown & Todd Cefaratti; read by Shawn Compton

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

Big Tech Tyrants: How Silicon Valley's Stealth Practices Addict Teens, Silence Speech, and Steal Your Privacy is an eye-opening, must-listen book for anyone living in the twenty-first century. 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
Breakfast with Einstein

by Chad Orzel; read by Jonathan Todd Ross

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In Breakfast with Einstein, Chad Orzel illuminates the strange phenomena lurking just beneath the surface of our ordinary lives by digging into the surprisingly complicated physics involved in his (and anyone's) morning routine. Learn More
The Canon

Natalie Angier; read by Nike Doukas

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Natalie Angier takes a joyride through the major scientific disciplines—physics, chemistry, biology, geology, and astronomy. Her approach is smart, funny, and sure to inspire a new appreciation of science. Learn More
A Chance to Make History

Wendy Kopp with Steven Farr; read by Kate Mulligan

On the 20th anniversary of Teach For America, its founder offers an inspiring summation of the lessons learned: The achievement gap can be closed, and there’s nothing elusive about what it will take. Learn More
The Collector of Lives

by Ingrid Rowland & Noah Charney; read by Jennifer M. Dixon

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Lauded by Sarah Bakewell as "insightful, gripping, and thoroughly enjoyable," The Collector of Lives reveals how one Renaissance scholar completely redefined how we look at art. Learn More
Do No Harm

Henry Marsh; read by Jim Barclay

Shortlisted for both the Guardian First Book Prize and the Costa Book Award

Longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction Learn More
Downriver

by Heather Hansman; read by Allyson Ryan

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Heather Hansman, a former raft guide and an environmental reporter, decided to paddle the Green River from source to confluence and see what the experience might teach her. Mixing lyrical accounts of quiet paddling through breathtaking beauty with nights spent camping solo and lively discussions with farmers, city officials, and other people met along the way, Downriver is the story of that journey, a foray into the present—and future—of water in the west. Learn More
Educating Esmé

Esmé Raji Codell; read by Esmé Raji Codell

Codell's portrait of an inner-city elementary school is funny, poignant, and inspiring. Learn More
Environmental Ethics

by Robin Attfield; read by Shaun Grindell

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Robin Attfield introduces environmental ethics, exploring the values involved in issues such as pollution, habitat loss, and climate change. Considering the different groups involved in environmental ethics, and the attitudes of the world's religions to environmental stewardship, he calls for action from us all to manage our environment ethically. Learn More
Everything Explained That Is Explainable!

Denis Boyles; read by Corrie James

The audacious, improbable tale of how twentieth-century American hucksterism, outlandish daring, and vision resurrected a dying Encyclopedia Britannica. The Britannica's astonishing success changed newspaper and reference book publishing and resulted in the beloved eleventh edition. Learn More
Falstaff

by Harold Bloom; read by Simon Vance

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From Harold Bloom, one of the greatest Shakespeare scholars of our time comes "a timely reminder of the power and possibility of words [and] the last love letter to the shaping spirit of Bloom's imagination" (front page, The New York Times Book Review) and an intimate, wise, deeply compelling portrait of Falstaff—one of Shakespeare's greatest enduring and most complex comedic characters. Learn More
First Ladies

by Betty Boyd Caroli; read by Susan Ericksen

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Betty Boyd Caroli's engrossing and informative First Ladies is an essential resource for anyone interested in the role of America's First Ladies. Learn More
Five Miles Away, A World Apart

by Ryan E. James; read by Adam Lofbomm

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

Exhaustively researched and elegantly written by one of the nation's leading education law scholars, Five Miles Away, A World Apart ties together, like no other book, a half-century's worth of education law and politics into a coherent, if disturbing, whole. It will be of interest to anyone who has ever wondered why our schools are so unequal and whether there is anything to be done about it. Learn More
Forensics

Val McDermid; read by Sarah Barron

Val McDermid is one of the finest crime writers we have, whose novels have captivated millions of readers worldwide with their riveting narratives of characters who solve complex crimes and confront unimaginable evil. In the course of researching her bestselling novels, McDermid has become familiar with every branch of forensics, and now she uncovers the history of this science, real-world murders, and the people who must solve them. Learn More
Goethe

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

In this Very Short Introduction Ritchie Robertson covers the life and work of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832): scientist, administrator, artist, art critic, and supreme literary writer in a vast variety of genres. Learn More
Grinnell

by John Taliaferro; read by Joe Barrett

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

The alarm that George Bird Grinnell sounded would spark America's conservation movement. Yet today his name has been forgotten—an omission that John Taliaferro's commanding biography now sets right with historical care and narrative flair. Learn More
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