To celebrate the release of Bibliophile: Diverse Spines, grab one (or all!) of these 27 classic audiobooks by BIPOC authors!
Learn why audiobooks can make even the most dense and lengthy classics more accessible and enjoyable for every type of reader.
Classics can be an intimidating genre. But Audiobooks bring classics to life in new and interesting ways. To make it even easier for you to get started, we’ve discounted these books for the month of August!
Drivers, this one’s for you. Keep your eyes on the road and your brain on the move by listening to some of the brightest minds and most entertaining narrators to grace the literary world.
Summer is finally here and for most families that means road trips and long family car rides. We have scoured our children’s audio books and compiled some of our favorites that are sure to keep you and your family entertained for hours.
Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is not only the world’s bestselling mystery but one of the most bestselling books of all time. It is the genre’s crown jewel, that by which all other mysteries are judged, and a mystery that you’ll want to solve over and over again.
From supportive side characters to crime-solving heros, these dads love their kids and will do anything for them. This Father’s Day, lend your ear to one of these dads (as well as your own!).
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.
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.