Did you know that March is National Crafting Month? Crafting is both calming and creative (for ALL ages), and makes for the perfect companion to pair with audiobooks! Here are some Listen While You Craft suggestions to elevate your next crafting experience. Happy listening!
Immerse Yourself in Full-Cast Fiction!
#1 bestselling author Lisa Scottoline offers a sweeping and shattering epic of historical fiction fueled by shocking true events, the tale of a love triangle that unfolds in the heart of Rome…in the creeping shadow of fascism.
Cassandra Campbell and Eduardo Ballerini are Audie Award-winning narrators who will bring Scottoline’s breakout historical fiction novel to life with a note read by Lisa Scottoline herself.
Martha Hall Kelly’s million-copy bestseller Lilac Girls introduced readers to Caroline Ferriday. Now, in Sunflower Sisters, Kelly tells the story of Ferriday’s ancestor Georgeanna Woolsey, a Union nurse during the Civil War whose calling leads her to cross paths with Jemma, a young enslaved girl who is sold off and conscripted into the army, and Anne-May Wilson, a Southern plantation mistress whose husband enlists.
Similar to Martha Hall Kelly’s previous novels which AudioFile noted as “flawless, passionate narrations”, this audiobook will also be narrated by a cast of outstanding female narrators.
Klara and the Sun is a thrilling book that offers a look at our changing world through the eyes of an unforgettable narrator, and one that explores the fundamental question: what does it mean to love?
In its award citation in 2017, the Nobel committee described Ishiguro’s books as “novels of great emotional force” and said he has “uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world.”
Disconnect with Nonfiction
Have A Laugh While You Craft
“Bissell’s affinity for fast pacing and quick wit will reward readers looking for an antidote to the doldrums of life under quarantine.”—Booklist
“[Mans’] lucid and lyrical lines are as undeniable as those of a pop song yet as arresting as only spoken word artistry can be.”—O, the Oprah Magazine