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The Shawl

Cynthia Ozick; read by Yelena Shmulenson

A BookPage Best Audio of the Year

Winner of the O. Henry Prize.
A short story (“Rosa”) and a novella (“The Shawl”) which together tell an exquisitely powerful and moving tale of the Holocaust. Learn More
Anton and Cecil: Cats at Sea

Lisa Martin and Valerie Martin

The swashbuckling adventures of two very different cat brothers who must brave the perils of the bounding main in search of each other—and a way home. Learn More
Somebody Up There Hates You

Hollis Seamon; read by Noah Galvin

A Kids’ Indie Next List Pick!
A Kirkus Best Books of Year Pick

Chemo, radiation, a zillion surgeries, watching your mom age twenty years in twenty months: if that’s part of the Big Dude’s plan, then it’s pretty obvious, isn’t it? Somebody Up There Hates You. Learn More
The Time Fetch

Amy Herrick; read by Luci Christian

A Kids’ Indie Next List Pick!

Edward thought he had picked up a rock. He didn’t know it was a sleeping Time Fetch—and touching it would alter the entire fabric of time and space. Learn More
If You Could Be Mine

Sara Farizan; read by Negin Farsad

A YALSA Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adult Selection

In this stunning debut, a young Iranian American writer pulls back the curtain on one of the most hidden corners of a much-talked-about culture. Learn More
Kicking the Sky

Anthony De Sa; read by Tomas Marsh

From Giller-nominated author Anthony De Sa a novel of rare evocative power that captures with clarity and poignancy the space between innocence and knowing for a city, for a community, and most especially for a trio of unforgettable boys. Learn More
The Summer of Letting Go

Gae Polisner; read by Tara Sands

How do you forgive the unforgivable—especially when the person in question is yourself and the unpardonable act was your own? Learn More
The Art of Secrets

James Klise; read by Dan Bittner, Denise Ashlynd, Josh Rivedal, Heather Corrigan, and Anne Twomey

A fire destroys, a miracle appears, a crime unfolds in this story of a young girl pulled deeper into a mystery that could destroy her family and the community she wants to call home. Learn More
The One Safe Place

Tania Unsworth; read by Mark Turetsky

In this near-future dystopia with echoes of The Giver and Among the Hidden, Tania Unsworth has created an unsettling page-turner—fast-paced, smooth, filled with dread—that’s wholly satisfying and startlingly original. Learn More
The Case of the Missing Moonstone

Jordan Stratford; read by Nicola Barber

History meets mystery in this exciting new middle-grade series set in an alternate London of 1826, where Ada Lovelace (the world’s first computer programmer) and Mary Shelley (author of Frankenstein) meet as girls and join forces to investigate the theft of a valuable heirloom. Learn More
The Witch's Boy

Kelly Barnhill; read by Ralph Lister

With a deft hand, Barnhill takes fairy tale elements and weaves them into a richly detailed narrative that is engagingly lyrical and breathtakingly adventurous to create a story that feels both classic and completely fresh at the same time. Learn More

William Ritter; read by Nicola Barber

Doctor Who meets Sherlock in William Ritter’s debut novel, which features a detective of the paranormal as seen through the eyes of his adventurous and intelligent assistant in a tale brimming with cheeky humor and a dose of the macabre. Learn More
Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel

Sara Farizan; read by Negin Farsad

Being a teen and trying to fit in is hard, whatever your ethnicity or sexual orientation. This funny and compassionate story from the author of If You Could Be Mine follows Leila, a Persian-American girl on the verge of coming out, who discovers she’s not alone in her confusion—nor in her search for love and acceptance. Learn More
Teenage Diaries

Radio Diaries; hosted by Joe Richman

Since 1996, the Teenage Diaries series has given tape recorders to young people around the country. Learn More
The Case of the Girl in Grey

Jordan Stratford; read by Nicola Barber

This history-mystery series continues with another fine display of brains and bravery from the Wollstonecraft Girls—Ada Bryon Lovelace and Mary Shelley. Inspired fun for middle grade readers and fans of The Mysterious Benedict Society and Lemony Snicket! Learn More
The Dinosaur Tamer

by Marcia Mazur, Peter Banks, and Andrew Keegan; read by Tanya Eby, PJ Ochlan

The Dinosaur Tamer includes twenty-five fictional stories that will entertain, enlighten, and ease a child's frustration about having diabetes. Learn More
Arturo's Island

by Elsa Morante; read by PJ Ochlan

A novel of longing and thwarted desires, filled with Elsa Morante's "brutal directness and familial torment" (James Wood), Arturo's Island reemerges in this splendid translation to take its rightful place in the world literary canon. Learn More

by Suzette Haden Elgin; foreword by Karen Lord; read by Amy Landon

In the stunning conclusion to the Native Trilogy, female linguists must once again come forward and fight for the future of humanity. Learn More
The Judas Rose

by Suzette Haden Elgin; read by Amy Landon

In the second volume of the Native Tongue trilogy, the time has come for Láadan—the secret language created to resist an oppressive patriarchy—to empower womankind worldwide. Learn More
The Lantern's Ember

by Colleen Houck; read by Piper Goodeve

A bold and ghostly stand-alone novel from New York Times bestselling author Colleen Houck, with all the moodiness of Sleepy Hollow and all the romance her fans love.
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