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Eat Without Fear

by Nicholas R. Farrell, PhD, Carolyn Black Becker, PhD, ABPP, and Glenn Waller, DPhil; read by Danny Hughes

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

Eating disorders are serious conditions that can be hard to treat; however, the chances of overcoming an eating disorder increase when exposure therapy is used as part of the overall treatment strategy. Eat Without Fear provides practical, accessible information about this innovative, scientifically-supported approach, as well as guidance on how to apply it effectively to beat an eating disorder using a "team approach" that involves family members, friends, and other loved ones. Learn More
How to be Healthy

by Galen; translated with commentary by Katherine D. Van Schaik; read by Rick Adamson and Cindy Kay

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

Timeless wisdom about how to be healthy in body and mind from one of the greatest physicians of the ancient world. Learn More
Barking Up the Right Tree

by Dr. Ian Dunbar; read by Elliot Fitzpatrick

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

The culmination of fifty-plus years at the vanguard of dog behavioral science, Barking Up the Right Tree is an indispensable guide for anyone who wants harmonious, two-way communication with a calm, confident, well-behaved, happy canine companion. Learn More
The Joy of Playing with Your Dog

by The Monks of New Skete and Marc Goldberg; read by Daniel Henning

NEW! Now Available

Game-based learning is a powerful tool to successful puppy rearing and dog ownership. With this exciting guide to playful and social activities for puppies and dogs, you'll immediately enjoy drastically improved behavior and a stronger connection with your dog. Learn More
How to Find Mental Health Care for Your Child

by Ellen B. Braaten; read by Nicol Zanzarella

NEW! Now Available

Seasoned child psychologist and author Ellen B. Braaten offers clear and expert guidance to help anxious parents navigate the complexities of mental health care. Learn More
Becoming a Calm Mom

by Deborah Roth Ledley, PhD; read by Lisa Larsen

NEW! Now Available

Becoming a Calm Mom balances scientifically sound techniques from an experienced cognitive–behavioral therapist with friendly advice from fellow new moms to help moms successfully overcome the self-doubt that so often arrives along with their first bundle of joy. Learn More
Beyond Your Bubble

by Tania Isreal; read by Tania Isreal

As featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, TED Talks, and the Orange County Register, this practical, politically neutral book offers concrete skills for holding meaningful conversations that cut across today's intense political divide, showing listeners how to connect to the people in their lives. Learn More
How to Do the Right Thing

by Seneca; introduction, selection, and translation by Robert A. Kaster

How ancient Stoicism can help teach us to treat others―and ourselves―more fairly and mercifully. Learn More
How to Flourish

by Aristotle; introduction and translation by Susan Sauve Meyer; read by Hannibal Hills

Aristotle's essential guide to human flourishing―the Nicomachean Ethics―in a lively new translation by Susan Sauvé Meyer. Learn More
How to Make It in the New Music Business, 3rd Edition

by Ari Herstand; read by Ari Herstand

Hailed as an "indispensable" guide (Forbes), How to Make It in the New Music Business returns in a significantly revised and expanded third edition. Learn More
From Scratch

by David Moscow and Jon Moscow; read by David Moscow

David Moscow, the creator and star of the groundbreaking series From Scratch, takes us on an exploration of our planet's complex and interconnected food supply, showing us where our food comes from and why it matters in his new book of global culinary adventures. Learn More
How to Begin When Your World Is Ending

by Molly Phinney Baskette; read by Molly Phinney Baskette

Moving, witty, and probing, Molly Baskette's practical and spiritual perspective will appeal to readers of Lori Gottlieb's Maybe You Should Talk to Someone and Kate Bowler's Everything Happens for a Reason. Learn More
The Path of an Eagle

by Jay Fantom; foreword by Tana Amen BSN, RN; read by Jay Fantom

A real, emotional, and vulnerable story of one man's persistent courage to overcome some of life's worst and greatest challenges, while finding hope, healing, love, peace, and fulfillment along the journey of life. Learn More
Our Data, Ourselves

by Jacqueline D. Lipton; read by Corinne Davies

A practical, user-friendly handbook for understanding and protecting our personal data and digital privacy. Learn More
A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching

by Rosemary Mosco; read by Janet Metzger

Fact: Pigeons are amazing, and until recently, humans adored them. We've kept them as pets, held pigeon beauty contests, raced them, used them to carry messages over battlefields, harvested their poop to fertilize our crops—and cooked them in gourmet dishes. Now, with A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching, listeners can rediscover the wonder. Learn More
Make Space for Happiness

by Tracy McCubbin; read by Tracy McCubbin

In Make Space for Happiness, decluttering expert Tracy McCubbin helps you revolutionize your living space and your mindset by focusing on clutter clearing as a path to positivity in every area of your life. Learn More
How We Grow Through What We Go Through

by Christopher Willard, PsyD; read by Kent Klineman

Turn your everyday experiences into a source of strength with the easy-to-learn practices in this uplifting guide to post-traumatic growth. Learn More
How to Have a Life

by Seneca; read by Esther Wane

A vibrant new translation of Seneca's "On the Shortness of Life," a pointed reminder to make the most of our time. Learn More
How to Say No

by Diogenes; read by Liam Gerrard

An entertaining and enlightening collection of ancient writings about the philosophers who advocated simple living and rejected unthinking conformity. Learn More
How to Grieve

by Marcus Tullius Cicero; translated by Michael Fontaine; read by Gareth Richards

An engaging new translation of a timeless masterpiece about coping with the death of a loved one. Learn More
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