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Favorites from XKCD

Randall Munroe’s website, xkcd, is sort of a big mixing pot of Lord of the Rings, science, and adults who want to turn their apartments into giant ball pits (minus the stale urine smell). Here are a few of our favorite comics.

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To Kill a Mockingbird

The media storm that has been rumbling for the past few months over Harper Lee’s new book, Go Set a Watchman will blow full-force into the bookworld this summer with its release. This makes now a perfect time to revisit Lee’s classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.

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April Showers Bring May Book Specials!

May is a fun time. The world wakes back, and we celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, and Memorial. As you dig in your garden, prepare for your first barbecue of the season, or engage in some vigorous spring cleaning, try out an audiobook. As a special offer, we’ve discounted the following audiobooks all month long.

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6 Brain-Boosting Books

A lifetime of learning has never been easier or more fun with audiobooks. Take a look at our list of brain-boosting books, and discover something new, from how the internet affects the brain in Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows to difference between a fixed and growth mindset in Carol Dweck’s Mindset and much more!

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Book of the Month: What If?

This month’s book of the month is subtitled “Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions”. The name really says it all, doesn’t it? We’ll bring you great content about it all month, as well as offer it for $9.95. That’s 50% off!

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The Goldfinch

Stephen King calls The Goldfinch “a smartly written literary novel that connects with the heart as well as the mind.” There’s little wonder why it won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

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Indie Picks: May 2015

This month’s Indie picks include a magical tale read by a full cast of actors, an ode to economics guaranteed to make you more interesting at dinner parties, and an inspiring memoir. There’s a little something for everyone in these fantastic recommendations from McLean & Eakin, an independent bookstore on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan.

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Paradise Lost

Milton was already blind when he began writing Paradise Lost, dictating it to his daughter. Listening to the audiobook version is like being transported back to his home, listening to him compose this epic poem, word by word, enraptured by his beautiful language.

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The Silkworm

Writing as Robert Galbraith, J.K. Rowling has followed up The Cuckoo’s Calling with another exciting tale of Cormoran Strike. This time he’s on the trail of a missing novelist.

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