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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
Secrets of the Baby Whisperer

by Tracy Hogg; read by Gabrielle Baker

In this groundbreaking book, Tracy Hogg shares simple, accessible programs in which you will learn: how to get baby to eat, play, and sleep on a schedule that will make every member of the household's life easier and happier; how to interpret what your baby is trying to tell you; and more. Learn More

by Eleanor Aldridge; read by Emily Ellet

From Eleanor Aldridge, a fresh approach to visiting the "city of love." 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
How to Drink

by Vincent Obsopoeus; edited, translated, and introduced by Michael Fontaine; read by Roger Clark

In How to Drink, Michael Fontaine offers the first proper English translation of Obsopoeus's text, rendering his poetry into spirited, contemporary prose and uncorking a forgotten classic that will appeal to drinkers of all kinds and (legal) ages. Learn More
Navigating Life with Chronic Pain

by Sara Clayton, PhD, Robert A. Lavin, PhD, & Lindsay Zilliox, MD; read by Suzie Althens

Navigating Life with Chronic Pain provides accessible, comprehensive, and up-to-date information about the challenges patients, family, and caregivers face when confronted by chronic pain. Learn More
How to Change the World

by David Bornstein; read by Mike Lenz

Published in more than two dozen countries, How to Change the World has become a bible for the field of social entrepreneurship. It tells the stories of people building innovative and pattern-changing solutions to social and economic problems. Learn More
Open Innovation Results

by Henry Chesbrough; read by Mike Lenz

Open Innovation Results offers a clear-eyed view of the challenges and realities that limit the ability of organizations to create and profit from innovation. Learn More
The Love Principle

by Dr. Michael B. Brown; read by Chris Sorensen

In just ten steps, Dr. Michael B. Brown provides a clear path through a discipline of daily loving that will lead you to purpose and joy in life. Follow these steps to bring meaning to your home, romantic relationships, workplace, personal friendships, and your own sense of self. Learn More

by Daniel Nettle; read by Matthew Waterson

Bringing together the latest insights from psychiatry, psychology, and philosophy, Daniel Nettle sheds light on happiness, the most basic of human desires. Nettle examines whether people are basically happy or unhappy, whether success can make us happy, what sort of remedies to unhappiness work, why some people are happier than others, and much more. Learn More
Leading in the Digital World

by Amit S. Mukherjee; read by Steve Menasche

The definitive book on leadership in the digital era: why digital technologies call for leadership that emphasizes creativity, collaboration, and inclusivity. Learn More
Powering Prosperity

by Indranil Ghosh; read by Kyle Tait

In Powering Prosperity: A Citizen's Guide to Shaping the 21st Century, Dr. Indranil Ghosh brings together his decades of experience as a sustainable economic development investor, an entrepreneur, and an MIT-trained scientist, to provide a new framework for understanding the world's challenges and the choices societies must make to address them. Learn More
Dream Makers

by Jim Morris & Mark Stuertz; foreword by Dennis Quaid; read by Kyle Tait

Discover the tenacity, ambition, and captivating talent of the pitcher who inspired the hit Disney film The Rookie. 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

by Jennifer Howard; read by Emily Durante

Jennifer Howard sets her own personal struggle with clutter against a meticulously researched history of just how the developed world came to drown in material goods. Learn More
Pro-Aging Playbook

by Paul Jarrod Frank, MD; read by Daniel Henning

Hailed as "the Beauty Guru" by his celebrity and international patients, renowned cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank has written a book designed to help people of all ages navigate the latest technologies and lifestyle choices in the beauty and wellness industry so they can positively transform the way they look and feel. 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
The Art of Creative Writing

by Lajos Egra; read by Dennis Kleinman

Thousands of books have been written on the subject of writing and how to do it better. Among them are a few select classics that reveal the essential elements of good storytelling. The Art of Creative Writing is such a classic. Learn More
How to Tell a Joke

by Marcus Tullis Ciccero, Michael Fontaine; read by Roger Clark

How to Tell a Joke provides a lively new translation of Cicero's essential writing on humor alongside that of the later Roman orator and educator Quintilian. The result is a timeless practical guide to how a well-timed joke can win over any audience. Learn More
How to Keep an Open Mind

by Sextus Empiricus, Richard Bett; read by Tom Parks

Along with Stoicism and Epicureanism, Skepticism is one of the three major schools of ancient Greek philosophy that claim to offer a way of living as well as thinking. How to Keep an Open Mind provides an unmatched introduction to skepticism by presenting a fresh, modern translation of key passages from the writings of Sextus Empiricus, the only Greek skeptic whose works have survived. Learn More
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