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Zlata's Diary

Zlata Filipovic; read by Dorota Puzio

A modern day Diary of Anne Frank, fresh in voice and grim in its realities—a powerful and instructive story. Learn More
The Year of Magical Thinking

Joan Didion; read by Barbara Caruso

This powerful and moving work is Didion's “attempt to make sense of the weeks and then months that cut loose any fixed idea I ever had about death about illness . . . about marriage and children and memory . . . about the shallowness of sanity about life itself.” With vulnerability and passion, Joan Didion explores an intensely personal yet universal experience of love and loss. Learn More
The Year My Mother Came Back

Alice Eve Cohen; read by Alice Eve Cohen (the author)

Thirty years after her death, Alice?s mother appears to her, seemingly in the flesh, and continues to do so during the hardest year Alice has had to face: the year her youngest daughter needs surgery, her eldest daughter decides to track down her birth mother, and the year Alice gets a daunting diagnosis. 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

Bruce Cook; read by Luke Daniels

NEW! Now Available

An intimate, essential biography of the man who broke the Hollywood blacklist. Learn More
Travels with Charley

John Steinbeck; read by Gary Sinise

Lyrical, perceptive, and surprising, it’s an indispensable portrait of our national identity. Learn More
Through the Children's Gate

Adam Gopnik; read by Adam Gopnik

By turns elegant and exultant, jubilant and poignant, Through the Children's Gate is a loving portrait of a family and their city. Learn More
This Road I Ride

Juliana Buhring; read by Henrietta Meire

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

Raised in the extreme religious cult “the Children of God,” Juliana Buhring was frequently punished for being a rebel and finally broke away. Her soul mate was an explorer seeking the source of unmapped rivers in Africa. When he was killed by a crocodile, her world went dark.

To escape paralyzing grief, Buhring set herself a goal. Never having seriously ridden a bike, she set out to ride one around the world. Her timing required going “the wrong way,” against the Earth’s rotation and most winds. Supported by a devoted Italian friend, random “road angels,” and other ex-cult “kids” around the world, she traversed small-town and big-mountain America, Australian desert expanses, South Asian rainforests and villages, and Turkish plains, ultimately beating the previous men’s record and becoming the fastest woman to cycle the world. Empowering, inspiring, often humorous, This Road I Ride is testimony to the power of sheer will to overcome any obstacle. Learn More
This House of Sky

Ivan Doig; read by Ivan Doig

Masterfully crafted with lyrical and haunting language, Doig’s memoir remains an enduring classic, a story to be savored by anyone who has ever loved a parent or been shaped by the land around them. Learn More
This Boy's Life

Tobias Wolff; read by Oliver Wyman

Heralded instantly upon publication by the critics, This Boy’s Life has come to be universally recognized as a true modern classic of autobiography. Learn More
There's Nothing in This Book That I Meant to Say

Paula Poundstone; read by Paula Poundstone

There’s Nothing in This Book That I Meant To Say is self-awareness and honesty at its most hilarious. Learn More
Survival Lessons

Alice Hoffman; read by Xe Sands

One of America’s most beloved writers shares suggestions for finding beauty in the world even during the toughest times. Learn More
Still Here

Ram Dass; read by Steve Susskind

Still Here: Embracing Aging, Changing and Dying is Ram Dass’ reflection on the joys, pains and opportunities that appear as we age. Learn More
The Song Poet

Kao Kalia Yang; read by Kao Kalia Yang

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

Somehow Form a Family

Tony Earley; read by Tony Earley

In Somehow Form a Family, Earley writes about finding a place in a world without losing sight of where you came from. Learn More
She Got Up Off the Couch

Haven Kimmel; read by Haven Kimmel

Picking up where A Girl Named Zippy left off, Haven Kimmel crafts a tender portrait of her mother, a modestly heroic woman who took the odds that life gave her and somehow managed to win. Learn More
Russell Rules

Bill Russell with David Falkner; read by Rif Hutton

More than any other sports figure of the modern era, Bill Russell combined sheer athletic dominance with a depth of character that truly set him apart, both on and off the basketball court. Learn More

Jen A. Miller; read by Randye Kaye

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

Growing up, Jen Miller hated running. For her, running was only ever going to be conditioning for soccer or punishment for softball. It was never going to be done by choice and it was never going to be fun. Fast forward fifteen years, though, and you can't drag Jen off the road. Learn More
The Receptionist

Janet Groth; read by Judith West

Janet Groth’s seductive and entertaining look back at her 21 years (1957 to 1978—the William Shawn years) of lateral trajectory at America’s most literary of institutions. Learn More
Reading My Father

Alexandra Styron; read by the author

William Styron’s youngest child explores the life of a fascinating and difficult man whose own memoir, Darkness Visible, searingly chronicled his battle with major depression. Learn More
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