Collection Development Now Available: Listening Library Spring ’17 Catalog

Looking for new audiobooks that budding listeners will love? With over 50 new listens on CD, Listening Library’s outstanding Spring ’17 list is guaranteed to put a spring in young listeners’ steps. Be the first to hear about the hottest listens arriving this spring for early, middle grade, and young adult listeners–including new titles from Ann Brashares, Garth Nix, Jerry Spinelli, Steve Sheinkin, Richelle Mead, and more. Request your free print catalog or download a copy now!

Visit our Free Materials and Resources page to view a full PDF of the catalog or request a FREE physical copy in the mail.

Don't miss these Spring '17 catalog highlights:
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Narrator Jayne Entwistle’s Odyssey Award speech:
“I simply fell in love.”

In her powerful speech to the Odyssey Awards crowd at the ALA Conference, narrator Jayne Entwistle shares how she prepared to record THE WAR THAT SAVED MY LIFE. Read her moving speech here. Producer Karen Dziekonski shares her Odyssey Award speech here.
 
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Guys Listen Take 3
Check out our site’s new look + seriously fun audiobook picks for guys of all ages! Go on a storytelling journey with author Jon Scieszka & Dr. Rose Brock as they spread the word in this fun video. Plus, request a free CD sampler!

 
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Top listens for Hamilton fans: Audiobooks put you in the room where it happened
History has its eyes–and ears–on you! These audiobooks allow famous figures to tell their stories, bringing a fascinating period in American history to life. These listens are the perfect choice for classrooms and young history buffs alike!

 
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New Spring ’17 Hear Diversity picks

www.heardiversity.com highlights the critical role audiobooks play in our commitment to diverse literature. Diversify your collections with these Spring ’17 audiobooks.

 
 

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of THE OUTSIDERS
With its honesty and grit, S. E. Hinton’s groundbreaking story immediately resonated with teens when it was first published in 1967. Introduce a new generation of listeners to this classic story of friendship and belonging. A frequent staple of many high school reading lists, be sure to offer this audiobook alongside the book at your library.

Plus, check your catalog for even more audio news and special content:

Stand-Out Spring ’17 Audios include:

   

   

   

   

Find the full Listening Library Spring ’17 CD SOP featured collections below—an easy way for titles to be added to your cart:

 
 
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