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Your Brain on Food

by Gary Wenk; read by Jonathan Yen

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An internationally renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Wenk has been educating college and medical students about the brain and lecturing around the world for more than forty years. With this essential book, he vividly demonstrates how a little knowledge about the foods and drugs we eat can teach us a lot about how our brain functions. Learn More
Yale Needs Women

by Anne Gardiner Perkins; read by Erin Bennett

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

Anne Gardiner Perkins's unflinching account of a group of young women striving for change is an inspiring story of strength, resilience, and courage that continues to resonate today. Learn More
Work Hard. Be Nice.

Jay Mathews; read by J. Paul Boehmer

Upton Sinclair Award Winner for Outstanding Book in Education

When teachers Mike Feinberg and Dave Levin first created KIPP (the Knowledge Is Power Program) in Houston, little did they know it would grow to sixty-six schools in nineteen states and the District of Columbia, and that it would change thousands of kids’ lives—and possibly the U.S. approach to education. Award-winning education reporter Jay Mathews tells their story. Learn More
Words No Bars Can Hold

by Deborah Appleman; foreword by Jimmy Santiago Baca; read by Virginia Wolf

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Words No Bars Can Hold provides a rare glimpse into literacy learning under the most dehumanizing conditions. Deborah Appleman chronicles her work teaching college- level classes at a high- security prison for men, most of whom are serving life sentences. Learn More
The Wondrous Workings of Planet Earth

by Rachel Ignotofsky; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

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A fascinating tour of the planet exploring ecosystems large and small, from reefs, deserts, and rainforests to a single drop of water—from the New York Times bestselling author of Women in Science. Learn More
The Women’s Suffrage Movement

edited by Sally Roesch Wagner; Introduction by Sally Wagner; Foreword by Gloria Steinem; read by Bahni Turpin

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An intersectional anthology of works by the known and unknown women that shaped and established the suffrage movement, in time for the 2020 centennial of women's right to vote, with a foreword by Gloria Steinem. Learn More
Women in Sports

by Rachel Ignotofsky; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

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Women in Sports highlights the achievements and stories of fifty notable women athletes from the 1800s to today, including trailblazers, Olympians, and record-breakers in more than forty sports. Learn More
Women in Science

by Rachel Ignotofsky; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

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A New York Times Best Seller

The New York Times bestseller Women in Science highlights the contributions of fifty notable women to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from the ancient to the modern world. Learn More
Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments

by Saidiya Hartman; read by Allyson Johnson

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A breathtaking exploration of the lives of young black women in the early twentieth century. Learn More
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
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
Try Common Sense

by Philip K. Howard; read by Mike Chamberlain

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Award-winning author Philip K. Howard lays out the blueprint for a new American society. Learn More
Tattoos on the Heart

Gregory Boyle; read by the author

Gorgeous and uplifting, Tattoos on the Heart amply demonstrates the impact unconditional love can have on a person’s life. Learn More
The Smart Neanderthal

by Clive Finlayson; read by James Cameron Stewart

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

by Ruth Kassinger; read by Xe Sands

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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
Six Impossible Things

by John Gribbin; read by Matthew Waterson

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

Physicists have sought "quanta of solace" in a variety of more or less convincing interpretations. Popular science master John Gribbin takes us on a delightfully mind-bending tour through the "big six," from the Copenhagen interpretation via the pilot wave and many worlds approaches. Learn More
Riskwork

by Michael Power; read by Shawn Compton

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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
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
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
Reaching for the Moon

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

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