Cheshire Crossing
VIDEO: The Making of Andy Weir’s CHESHIRE CROSSING Full Cast Audio!

Graphic novels on audio—how exactly does that work?
As Booklist recently shared in their “Graphic Novels on Audio” piece, “It seems incongruous—how is it possible to listen to a book created in a visual format?” and went on to describe how publishers are taking on the challenge. Get in on the action! Check out this behind-the-scenes video Read more

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bedtime listens
Bedtime is Better with Audiobooks

As a somewhat new parent, now two years in to this new role of mama, I feel both comforted and taunted by the abundance of sleep-related advice books that come across my desk. From The Kids Are in Bed, to It’s Never Too Late to Sleep Train, to The Happy Sleeper, I am thankful for the arrival of these wonderful parenting audiobooks—and happy to know I am clearly not alone in my shuteye struggles! But while sleep for a new parent may be lacking, the actual ritual of bedtime can hold much magic, thanks to the joy of reading—and listening—together! Read more

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Alexandra Villasante author of The Grief Keeper
THE GRIEF KEEPER Author Alexandra Villasante on Finding Her Perfect Narrator

By Alexandra Villasante, author of The Grief Keeper

There’s an inherent magic contained in audiobooks that triggers my earliest memories of being read to by my mamá. Whether it was Caperucita Roja or Mouse Tales, the memory of spoken words blooming into action, like a comfortable dream or beloved movie, is something I’ve always cherished—even after learning how to read for myself. Read more

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Lynda Mullaly Hunt audiobooks
Inspire bravery and kindness with Lynda Mullaly Hunt’s audiobooks

As bestselling author Lynda Mullaly Hunt told Brightly in an interview, “one of the things that has made me happy as an author is that my books have allowed children to develop empathy for themselves. There are a lot of kids beating themselves up over perceived faults and we need to teach kids that failure is not to be feared or avoided. Encountering failure means you’re challenging yourself. It means you’re brave.” Read more

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