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  • Nobel Prize-Winning Authors
    From Rudyard Kipling to Toni Morrison, check out these audiobooks written by our incredible Nobel Prize-Winning authors.
  • Presidential Listens
    Check out these audiobooks written---and often read---by a President of the United States
  • November '14 BOT Releases
  • Top Sci-Fi & Fantasy Picks
    Just in time for Halloween, make sure your patrons can get their fill of these popular picks on audio!
  • Trains, Planes, and Automobiles
    No matter how you get to your destination, an audiobook always makes the trip better! From Neil Young's vehicle-framed memoir SPECIAL DELUXE, to the upcoming thriller THE GIRL ON A TRAIN, you'll want to take these audios along for the ride.
  • Fashionable Listens
    Audiobooks really are the best accessory---they go with everything! Let it be Fashion Week every week with the stylish sounds of storytelling.
  • We'll Always Have Paris
    "Though I often looked for one, I finally had to admit that there could be no cure for Paris."---from The Paris Wife Visit the "City of Light" via audiobooks to experience romance, adventure, or to learn about history.
  • Music Legends
    What better way for music-lovers to learn more about their favorite artists than by listening to their life story on audiobook? Exciting recent editions to this legendary collection include SPECIAL DELUXE, written and read by Neil Young, and HERBIE HANCOCK: POSSIBILITIES read by the great Herbie Hancock himself.
  • Spring '15 Large Print SOP
    Find our ranked Spring 2015 Large Print list below, full of exciting new titles that every library should have on their shelves, from a new Jonathan Kellerman thriller, to a modern retelling of the Jane Austen's classic, Emma. Plus, a new Debbie Macomber story about sisterhood, nonfiction by Erik Larson about the sinking of the Lusitania, and an Arthurian legend fantasy by librarian favorite Kazuo Ishiguro, and much more. Visit our SOP page to download an Excel order form.
  • Spring '15 CD SOP
    Find our ranked Spring 2015 list below full of exciting new listens that every library should have in their collection, from a new Jonathan Kellerman thriller, to an exposé on college sports by New York Times journalist Joe Nocera. Plus, don't miss Kelly Link's imaginative stories, Mindy Kaling's hilarious essays, an Arthurian legend fantasy by librarian favorite Kazuo Ishiguro, and much more. These audiobooks will delight all ears! Visit our SOP page to download an Excel order form.