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P.L.O.T by Jane Wilks

P.L.O.T

Jane Wilks

eAudiobook

P.L.O.T Past Lives Olden Times is a fascinating look into the lives of a few who are buried in Waikumete Cemetery, Auckland New Zealand. These accounts range from a scandalous tale of star-crossed lovers, to the story of an old boarding house in West...

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Musical revolutions by Stuart Isacoff

Musical revolutions

Stuart Isacoff

eAudiobook

From the critically acclaimed author of Temperament, a narrative account of the most defining moments in musical history--classical and jazz--all of which forever altered Western culture "A fascinating journey that begins with the origins of musical ...

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My life in the sunshine by Nabil Ayers

My life in the sunshine

Nabil Ayers

eAudiobook

"Nabil traces the image of his father through song. With growing fascination and heartbreak, he draws out meaning from the shadow of absence, and ultimately redefines what it means to be a family."--Michelle Zauner, New York Times bestselling author of...

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The miracle of Normandy by Alex Gerlis

The miracle of Normandy

Alex Gerlis

eAudiobook

"D-Day marked the start of the Battle for Normandy which in turn led to the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe and the defeat of Germany. Although it is seen as an unqualified success, the Battle for Normandy was a much more closely fought affair. It...

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Trust & inspire by Stephen M. R. Covey

Trust & inspire

Stephen M. R. Covey

eAudiobook

Bestselling author Stephen Covey has made it his mission to understand trust in organizations. In his new breakthrough leadership book Trust and Inspire, Covey shows that though our world has evolved, our style of leadership still has not--but it's time...

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When they win, you win by Russ Laraway

When they win, you win

Russ Laraway

eAudiobook

This program is read by the author, inspirational business leader Russ Laraway. From the legendary Silicon Valley manager who inspired Radical Candor, the three simple rules for creating happy, engaged teams. Businesses everywhere are plagued by managers...

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I can take it from here by Lisa Forbes

I can take it from here

Lisa Forbes

eAudiobook

An emotional, page-turning account of unhealed trauma and personal transformation that will break your heart and change your mind, in the tradition of Somebody's Daughter, A Piece of Cake, and Jesmyn Ward's Men We ReapedRiveting, honest, and raw, I Can...

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Somewhere we are human

Somewhere we are human

eAudiobook

"[These contributions] touch on so many different facets of the immigrant experience that readers will find much to ponder ... [and] experience how creative writing enriches our understanding of each other and our lives."--BooklistIntroduction by Pul...

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The enchanted life by Sharon Blackie

The enchanted life

Sharon Blackie

eAudiobook

"Taking as her starting point the inspiration and wisdom that can be derived from myth, fairy tales, and folk culture, Dr. Sharon Blackie offers a set of practical and grounded tools for enchanting our lives and the places we live, so leading to a gr...

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That little voice in your head by Mo Gawdat

That little voice in your head

Mo Gawdat

eAudiobook

That Little Voice in Your Head is the practical guide to achieving joy from Mo Gawdat, the internationally bestselling author of Solve for Happy. In this book, Mo reveals how by beating negative self-talk, we can optimize our thinking, turning our greed...

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Our biggest experiment by Alice R. Bell

Our biggest experiment

Alice R. Bell

eAudiobook

Maybe it's the weirdness of the weather. Maybe it's another way to pour scorn on politicians. Maybe the steady stream of headlines about fires, floods and droughts is finally starting to get to us. Whatever it is, for more and more of us, climate change...

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The secret prison governor

The secret prison governor

eAudiobook

An eye-opening, thought-provoking and mind-blowing account from a genuine prison governor of what it's really like behind bars. How do you bring order to the lawless? The Secret Prison Governor has spent decades surrounded by every type of prisoner known...

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A field guide to larking by Lara Maiklem

A field guide to larking

Lara Maiklem

eAudiobook

A Field Guide to Larking is a practical, interactive and inspiring guide to 'larking' from the bestselling author of Mudlarking. To lark is to get out and about, to explore the world around us and to discover the little treasures hiding in plain sight....

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The poisonous solicitor by Stephen Bates

The poisonous solicitor

Stephen Bates

eAudiobook

A brilliant narrative investigation into the 1920s case that inspired Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers and Margery Allingham. In 1922, Major Herbert Armstrong, a Hay-on-Wye solicitor, was found guilty of, and executed for, poisoning his wife, Katharine,...

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Currently between husbands by Cathrine Mahoney

Currently between husbands

Cathrine Mahoney

eAudiobook

Trust me, there is life and love (and plenty of laughter) after divorce, even when your ex is one of Australia's highest profile sport stars. Actually, I Don't Like Cricket Or Blow Jobs! (And to be honest, I suck at both.) Yes, that was what I origin...

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The world's strongest audiobook by Eddie Hall

The world's strongest audiobook

Eddie Hall

eAudiobook

Eddie 'The Beast' Hall presents The World's Strongest Audiobook, an Original Audiobook Production by W F Howes. Go behind the scenes with Eddie as we follow his incredible journey from World's Strongest Man to competing in 'The Heaviest Boxing Match ...

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Created for connection by Susan M. Johnson

Created for connection

Susan M. Johnson

eAudiobook

"Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love."--1 John 4:8Are you looking to enrich a healthy relationship, revitalize a tired one, or rescue one gone awry? Do you yearn to grow closer to God, and to further incorporate Him and His t...

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Hello, stranger by Will Buckingham

Hello, stranger

Will Buckingham

eAudiobook

We navigate our interactions with strangers according to a host of unwritten rules, rituals and (sometimes awkward) attempts at politeness. But what if the people we meet were not a problem, but a gift? When philosopher and traveller Will Buckingham's...

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Two shakes of a lamb's tail by Danielle Hawkins

Two shakes of a lamb's tail

Danielle Hawkins

eAudiobook

Two Shakes of a Lamb's Tail is the funny, illuminating diary of a year in the life of a New Zealand farm vet With a husband and two children, 1200 sheep and 400 cattle, farm dogs and pet lambs, pigs bent on excavation and a goat bent on escape, country...

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A head full of everything by Gavin Oattes

A head full of everything

Gavin Oattes

eAudiobook

Welcome to life. Teenage life. The most awkward 7 years you'll ever have. 84 months of change, 364 weeks of weird and 2555 days of inconvenience and spots. On the grand scheme of things, it's not a lot. Unless you're an actual teenager, in which case,...

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The dark queens by Shelley Puhak

The dark queens

Shelley Puhak

eAudiobook

A vivid double biography of two fearless Early Medieval queens, and an enthralling journey of discovery across the unfamiliar and blood-soaked historical landscape of sixth-century Merovingian France. 'Brings the Merovingian empire to thrilling, bewi...

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Good arguments by Bo Seo

Good arguments

Bo Seo

eAudiobook

At a time when every disagreement turns toxic, world champion debater Bo Seo reveals the timeless secrets of effective communication and persuasion. When Bo Seo was 8 years old, he and his family migrated from Korea to Australia. At the time, he did not...

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Secret city by James Kirchick

Secret city

James Kirchick

eAudiobook

"Not since Robert Caro's Years of Lyndon Johnson have I been so riveted by a work of history. Secret City is not gay history. It is American history."--George StephanopoulosWashington, D.C., has always been a city of secrets. Few have been more dramatic...

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Us by Terrence Real

Us

Terrence Real

eAudiobook

Stop working on yourself as an individual and start working on your relationship as a couple, with the help of the renowned family therapist and bestselling author of The New Rules of Marriage "This book is a road map for all of us who seek true...

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Otherlands by Thomas Halliday

Otherlands

Thomas Halliday

eAudiobook

What would it be like to visit the ancient landscapes of the past? To experience the Jurassic or Cambrian worlds, to wander among these other lands, as creatures extinct for millions of years roam? In this mesmerizing debut, the award-winning palaeon...

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Million dollar micro business by Tina Tower

Million dollar micro business

Tina Tower

eAudiobook

Turn what you know into a seven-figure business. Throughout your life, you've acquired skills and knowledge that other people want. This audiobook is your step-by-step guide to turning that learning into a highly-profitable online course. From ideation...

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Girlhood by Maggie Dent

Girlhood

Maggie Dent

eAudiobook

The early years of a little girl's life will shape her future in powerful ways. Maggie Dent, Australia's queen of common-sense parenting, has investigated the development period from birth to age eight. Drawing on nearly 5,000 survey results, the lat...

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The why by Isabelle Cornish

The why

Isabelle Cornish

eAudiobook

In this hands-on guide to living well, Isabelle Cornish will inspire you to discover your true power within - by listening to your heart, being comfortable with your vulnerabilities and picking yourself up every time you fall down. Informed by Isabel...

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The battle for Isurava  by David W Cameron

The battle for Isurava

David W Cameron

eAudiobook

'You are trying to survive, shirt torn, arse out of your pants, whiskers a mile long, hungry ... you carry your boots because there's no skin on your feet. But when you look around at some of the others - hell! They look crook! ... you dig a number of...

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Listen by Kathryn Mannix

Listen

Kathryn Mannix

eAudiobook

Most of us have a conversation we're avoiding. 'Powerful, humane and wise' JULIA SAMUEL 'Everyone should read it' NIGELLA LAWSON 'Beautiful ... This is a book for everyone. You feel held by it' PHILIPPA PERRY From the bestselling author of With the End...

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The brilliant boy by Gideon Haigh

The brilliant boy

Gideon Haigh

eAudiobook

In a quiet Sydney street in 1937, a seven year-old immigrant boy drowned in a ditch that had filled with rain after being left unfenced by council workers. How the law should deal with the trauma of the family's loss was one of the most complex and.....

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Think like a stoic

Think like a stoic

eAudiobook

Distilled to its essence, the ancient Greco-Roman philosophy known as Stoicism is a philosophy of personal betterment. Professor Pigliucci, who knows first-hand just how transformative a Stoic approach to life can be, has designed these 25 lessons as...

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The economic weapon by Nicholas Mulder

The economic weapon

Nicholas Mulder

eAudiobook

The first international history of the emergence of economic sanctions during the interwar period and the legacy of this development Economic sanctions dominate the landscape of world politics today. First developed in the early twentieth century as a...

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Seven games by Oliver Roeder

Seven games

Oliver Roeder

eAudiobook

Checkers, backgammon, chess, and Go. Poker, Scrabble, and bridge. These seven games, ancient and modern, fascinate millions of people worldwide. In Seven Games, Oliver Roeder charts their origins and historical importance, the arcana of their rules, and...

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Mindwandering by Moshe (Neuroscientist) Bar

Mindwandering

Moshe (Neuroscientist) Bar

eAudiobook

"Research has revealed that our brains are inherently noisy. A number of brain regions connected in what's dubbed the Default Mode Network (DMN) are always grinding away, engaged in a number of different involuntary activities that neuroscientists co...

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I'll start again Monday by Lysa TerKeurst

I'll start again Monday

Lysa TerKeurst

eAudiobook

Based on her bestselling book Made to Crave, but now distilled down for busy readers, Lysa TerKeurst offers a new perspective to all those stuck in the cycle of losing weight but then gaining it back, equipping readers with the deeper spiritual and e...

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Fearlessly different by Mickey Rowe

Fearlessly different

Mickey Rowe

eAudiobook

Growing up, Mickey Rowe was told that he couldn't enter the mainstream world. He was iced out by classmates and colleagues, infantilized by well-meaning theatre directors, barred from even earning a minimum wage. Why? Because he is autistic. Fearless...

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The Restart Roadmap by Jason Tartick

The Restart Roadmap

Jason Tartick

eAudiobook

Read by the author.Take control of your happiness and fulfillment with a monumental restart in your career.It's never too late to redefine yourself and your priorities. In this guide to changing your career and your life, Jason Tartick, a motivational...

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In praise of good bookstores by Jeff Deutsch

In praise of good bookstores

Jeff Deutsch

eAudiobook

This audiobook narrated by Ako Mitchell provides an eloquent and charming reflection on the singular importance of bookstoresDo we need bookstores in the twenty-first century? If so, what makes a good one? In this beautifully written book, Jeff Deuts...

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Most dope by Paul Cantor

Most dope

Paul Cantor

eAudiobook

The first biography of rapper Mac Miller, the Pittsburgh cult favorite-turned-rap superstar who touched the lives of millions before tragically passing away at the age of twenty-six. Malcolm James McCormick began making music at a young age and by fifteen...

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A happier you by Scott Glassman

A happier you

Scott Glassman

eAudiobook

Based on author Scott Glassman's A Happier You® wellness program, this uplifting guide offers seven skills in seven weeks to supercharge your positivity and short-circuit the cycle of negative thinking. Are you a "glass-half-full" or a "glass-half-empty"...

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Sleeper agent by Ann Hagedorn

Sleeper agent

Ann Hagedorn

eAudiobook

This must-listen book tells the chilling story of an American-born Soviet spy in the atom bomb project in World War II, perfect for fans of The Americans. George Koval was born in Iowa. In 1932, his parents, Russian Jews who had emigrated because of....

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Organizing for the rest of us by Dana (Dana K.) White

Organizing for the rest of us

Dana (Dana K.) White

eAudiobook

So you want to keep your kitchen counter clean but you aren't ready to toss the toaster? You want to be able to find your kids' socks but aren't looking to spend your 401(k) on clear bins? You long for a little more peace but minimalism isn't sparking...

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Bird brother by Rodney Stotts

Bird brother

Rodney Stotts

eAudiobook

Rodney grew up during the crack epidemic, with guns, drugs, and the threat of incarceration an accepted part of daily life for nearly everyone he knew. To rent his own apartment, he needed a paycheck-something the money from dealing drugs didn't provide....

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The good-enough life by Avram Alpert

The good-enough life

Avram Alpert

eAudiobook

"How an acceptance of our limitations can lead to a more fulfilling life and a more harmonious society"--

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Spies, lies, and algorithms by Amy B. Zegart

Spies, lies, and algorithms

Amy B. Zegart

eAudiobook

Spying has never been more ubiquitous-or less understood. The world is drowning in spy movies, TV shows, and novels, but universities offer more courses on rock and roll than on the CIA and there are more congressional experts on powdered milk than e...

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Cravings and addictions by Maria Karekla

Cravings and addictions

Maria Karekla

eAudiobook

"Cravings-those intense desires for certain substances or behaviors with the aim of feeling pleasure and satisfaction-are at the root of all addictive behaviors. Knowing how to manage cravings is the key to avoiding the pitfalls of addiction and staying...

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Time by Jenann Ismael

Time

Jenann Ismael

eAudiobook

What is time? What does it mean for time to pass? Is it possible to travel in time? What is the difference between the past and future? Until the work of Newton, these questions were purely topics of philosophical speculation. Since then we've learned...

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Undistracted by Bob Goff

Undistracted

Bob Goff

eAudiobook

The world has never been more distracting--joy has never been more possible.You live with a massive amount of distraction:desperate headlinessmartphone scrollingan endless to-do listNot to mention the nagging questions of your heart:Am I making the r...

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Adult survivors of toxic family members by Sherrie Campbell

Adult survivors of toxic family members

Sherrie Campbell

eAudiobook

Do you have a toxic family member? Do you feel like cutting ties with this person-even as painful and scary as that may sound-would dramatically increase your well-being and improve your life? You're not alone. Severing ties with a family member can ...

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Swamplands by Edward Struzik

Swamplands

Edward Struzik

eAudiobook

In a world filled with breathtaking beauty, we have often overlooked the elusive charm and magic of certain landscapes. A cloudy river flows into a verdant Arctic wetland where sandhill cranes and muskoxen dwell. Further south, cypress branches hang low...

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The eight paradoxes of great leadership by Tim Elmore

The eight paradoxes of great leadership

Tim Elmore

eAudiobook

Includes a conversation between Tim Elmore and John Maxwell!Read by the author. Become a next-generation leader--rich in emotional and social intelligence and orchestrating outstanding collaborative results--by mastering these eight status quo-shatte...

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Taking charge of adult ADHD by Russell A. Barkley

Taking charge of adult ADHD

Russell A. Barkley

eAudiobook

"Many tens of thousands of readers have found needed information and support in this authoritative guide, now in a revised and updated second edition. Preeminent expert Russell A. Barkley explains what ADHD looks like in adults, how to get an accurat...

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Disarming the narcissist by Wendy T. Behary

Disarming the narcissist

Wendy T. Behary

eAudiobook

Do you know someone who is overly arrogant, shows an extreme lack of empathy, or exhibits an inflated sense of entitlement? Do they exploit others, or engage in deluded thinking? These are all traits of narcissistic personality disorder, and when it comes...

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True Story by Danielle J. Lindemann

True Story

Danielle J. Lindemann

eAudiobook

A sociological study of reality TV that explores its rise as a culture-dominating medium--and what the genre reveals about our attitudes toward race, gender, class, and sexuality What do we see when we watch reality television? In True Story: What Reality...

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Plagues upon the earth by Kyle Harper

Plagues upon the earth

Kyle Harper

eAudiobook

A sweeping germ's-eye view of history from human origins to global pandemics Plagues upon the Earth is a monumental history of humans and their germs. Weaving together a grand narrative of global history with insights from cutting-edge genetics, Kyle...

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Instant anger management by Aaron Karmin

Instant anger management

Aaron Karmin

eAudiobook

Quick and easy-to-learn strategies for dealing with anger on the spot! If you struggle with problem anger, you know how much it can hurt your relationships and get in the way of your happiness. When you're faced with a difficult situation or anger tr...

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You, happier by Daniel G. Amen

You, happier

Daniel G. Amen

eAudiobook

#1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Daniel Amen reveals the seven neuroscience secrets to becoming more than 30 percent happier in just 30 days?regardless of your age, upbringing, genetics, or current situation. Happiness is a brain function. With...

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Disinformation by Donald A. Barclay

Disinformation

Donald A. Barclay

eAudiobook

Disinformation: The Nature of Facts and Lies in the Post-Truth Era cannot cure all the ills of a post-truth world, but by demonstrating how the emergence of digital technology into everyday life has knitted together a number of seemingly loosely rela...

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Rescuing Socrates by Roosevelt Montás

Rescuing Socrates

Roosevelt Montás

eAudiobook

What is the value of a liberal education? Traditionally characterized by a rigorous engagement with the classics of Western thought and literature, this approach to education is all but extinct in American universities, replaced by flexible distribut...

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Magnificent sex by Peggy J. Kleinplatz

Magnificent sex

Peggy J. Kleinplatz

eAudiobook

What makes sex magnificent? What are the qualities of extraordinary erotic intimacy and what are the elements that help to bring it about? Is great sex the stuff that people remember nostalgically from the "honeymoon" phase of their relationships, or...

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Let it be easy by Susie Moore

Let it be easy

Susie Moore

eAudiobook

Susie Moore knows that all too often stress is self-created and bogs us down, and she knows that we can just as easily create peace and power. Susie doesn't deny the reality of suffering but instead shows how to pivot toward a life-changing way of pr...

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Overdue by Amanda (Librarian) Oliver

Overdue

Amanda (Librarian) Oliver

eAudiobook

Who are libraries for, how have they evolved, and why do they fill so many roles in our society today? Based on firsthand experiences from six years of professional work as a librarian in high-poverty neighborhoods of Washington, DC, as well as interviews...

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Bright lights, prairie dust by Karen Grassle

Bright lights, prairie dust

Karen Grassle

eAudiobook

Karen Grassle, the beloved actress who played Ma on Little House on the Prairie, grew up at the edge of the Pacific Ocean in a family where love was plentiful but alcohol wreaked havoc. In this candid memoir, Grassle reveals her journey to succeed as...

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What bees want by Susan Knilans

What bees want

Susan Knilans

eAudiobook

Bee populations are plummeting. The solution? Give them what they need to live naturally, and they'll handle the rest. Susan Knilans and Jacqueline Freeman are in love with bees. So in love that they observe their bees-their work, communication, seas...

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Dress codes by Richard Thompson Ford

Dress codes

Richard Thompson Ford

eAudiobook

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Super volcanoes by Robin George Andrews

Super volcanoes

Robin George Andrews

eAudiobook

An exhilarating, time-traveling journey to the solar system's strangest and most awe-inspiring volcanoes. Volcanoes are capable of acts of pyrotechnical prowess verging on magic: they spout black magma more fluid than water, create shimmering cities of...

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The wok by J. Kenji López-Alt

The wok

J. Kenji López-Alt

eAudiobook

The obsessive mastermind behind one of the decade's bestselling cookbooks returns with the definitive English-language guide to the science and technique of cooking in a wok. J. Kenji Lopez-Alt's debut cookbook, The Food Lab, revolutionized home cook...

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Messy minimalism by Rachelle Crawford

Messy minimalism

Rachelle Crawford

eAudiobook

Drowning in tides of toys, overflowing closets, and a crazy schedule, Rachelle Crawford assumed you had to be naturally organized to keep a tidy living space. Then she found minimalism: the messy, real-life kind, that is less about perfection and more...

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Extreme North by Bernd Brunner

Extreme North

Bernd Brunner

eAudiobook

Scholars and laymen alike have long projected their fantasies onto the great expanse of the global North, whether it be as a frozen no-man's-land, an icy realm of marauding Vikings, or an unspoiled cradle of prehistoric human life. Bernd Brunner reco...

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Spin dictators by S. M. Guriev

Spin dictators

S. M. Guriev

eAudiobook

Hitler, Stalin, and Mao ruled through violence, fear, and ideology. But in recent decades a new breed of media-savvy strongmen has been redesigning authoritarian rule for a more sophisticated, globally connected world. In place of overt, mass repress...

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The self-esteem Regime by Clarissa Burt

The self-esteem Regime

Clarissa Burt

eAudiobook

Empowers women of all ages and backgrounds to improve their self-esteem for a lifetime of awareness, poise, and confidence. Despite years of progress, many women today continue to suffer from low self-esteem. In her revelatory and prescriptive work T...

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The Great Plague by Evelyn Lord

The Great Plague

Evelyn Lord

eAudiobook

Focusing on Britain's peasants, shopkeepers, and other commoners, this history of the deadly Black Plague is a "local account of the countrywide calamity" (The Times). In this intimate history of the extraordinary Black Plague pandemic that swept through...

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Brace for impact  by Gabe Montesanti

Brace for impact

Gabe Montesanti

eAudiobook

A powerful and redemptive story of how the dazzling world of roller derby helped one young woman transform her fear and self-doubt into gutsy, big-hearted, adventurous living "A universal story of healing and triumph, made all the more beautiful, wild,...

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Taste  by Stanley Tucci

Taste

Stanley Tucci

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. From award-winning actor and food obsessive Stanley Tucci comes an intimate and charming memoir of life in and out of the kitchen. Before Stanley Tucci became a household name with The Devil Wears Prada, The Hunger Games, and...

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Heartland by Jennifer Pinkerton

Heartland

Jennifer Pinkerton

eAudiobook

Based on interviews across Australia, Heartland guides listeners through the intimate world of love, dating, and sex among millennials. From hard and fast hook-ups to loneliness, deep love and even climate change stress, I want to understand the whole...

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Coward by Tim Clare

Coward

Tim Clare

eAudiobook

Tim Clare has suffered from extreme anxiety and panic attacks for a decade. At their worst, his attacks would see him curled on the floor, screaming at his wife for help. This was something the couple just got used to and were able to manage, until they...

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Fearlessly different by Mickey Rowe

Fearlessly different

Mickey Rowe

eAudiobook

"Fearlessly Different is the moving, inspirational memoir of autistic actor Mickey Rowe, who pushed beyond the stereotypes and obstacles so many disabled individuals face to shine on Broadway's biggest stage. Fearlessly Different opens up the world of...

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In an Unspoken Voice  by Peter A. Levine

In an Unspoken Voice

Peter A. Levine

eAudiobook

**Unraveling Trauma in the Body, Brain and Mind--a Revolution in Treatment**In this culmination of his life's work, Peter A. Levine draws on his broad experience as a clinician, a student of comparative brain research, a stress scientist and a keen observer...

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The Ukrainian night  by Marci Shore

The Ukrainian night

Marci Shore

eAudiobook

A vivid and intimate account of the Ukrainian Revolution, the rare moment when the political became the existential What is worth dying for? While the world watched the uprising on the Maidan as an episode in geopolitics, those in Ukraine during the....

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Supertall  by Stefan Al

Supertall

Stefan Al

eAudiobook

The global boom in skyscrapers-why it's happening now, how they're made, and what they do to cities and people. We are living in a new urban age and its most tangible expression is the "supertall": megastructures that are dramatically bigger, higher,...

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Practical happiness  by Pamela Gail Johnson

Practical happiness

Pamela Gail Johnson

eAudiobook

"As the founder for the Society of Happy People, Pamela Gail Johnson provides a refreshing exploration of how we can achieve lasting happiness. The secret is to understand what she describes as "practical happiness," a mind-set that involves coming to...

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Lies my mother told me  by Melissa Rivers

Lies my mother told me

Melissa Rivers

eAudiobook

If you think Joan Rivers said funny, outrageous, and ridiculous things ONSTAGE, wait 'til you read the funny, outrageous, and ridiculous things she said OFFSTAGE ... things that will make you laugh out loud ... and keep Melissa in therapy for the for...

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A swim in a pond in the rain by George Saunders

A swim in a pond in the rain

George Saunders

eAudiobook

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER A GUARDIAN, INDEPENDENT, IRISH TIMES AND EVENING STANDARD BOOK OF 2021 'A masterclass from a warm and engagingly enthusiastic companion' Guardian Summer Reading Picks 2021 'This book is a delight, and it's about delight too....

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Make it happen by Jordanna Levin

Make it happen

Jordanna Levin

eAudiobook

For decades you've been sold spiritual solutions and personal development that relies on mastering techniques and habits in order to 'fix' yourself. But what if the tools you've been searching for have been there inside you all along? Following Jordanna's...

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The modern loss handbook by Rebecca Soffer

The modern loss handbook

Rebecca Soffer

eAudiobook

Stay connected to your person, yourself, and the world around you in the aftermath of loss. Modern Loss is all about eradicating the stigma and awkwardness around grief while also focusing on our capacity for resilience and finding meaning. In this i...

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The Office BFFs by Jenna Fischer

The Office BFFs

Jenna Fischer

eAudiobook

Read by Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey with exclusive bonus material contributed by Rainn Wilson, Creed Bratton, Oscar Nunez, Brian Baumgartner, Steve Carell, Ed Helms, Ellie Kemper, Kate Flannery and Jennifer Garner. An intimate, behind-the-scenes....

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Hands by Lauren Brown

Hands

Lauren Brown

eAudiobook

'Raw, intense and absorbing.' MATT HAIG 'I didn't give my hands much thought before they turned against me. ... They have been chipping away at my life, slowly, slowly, in a way I could never have predicted.' Lauren Brown is anxious. And when she fee...

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Rattled by Ellis Gunn

Rattled

Ellis Gunn

eAudiobook

A nail-biting memoir that brings a confronting new perspective on the safety of women and the many ways they are silenced. Rattled tells a frighteningly honest story of what it feels like to be pursued by a stalker. What if your life were suddenly tr...

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Sex cult nun by Faith (Lawyer) Jones

Sex cult nun

Faith (Lawyer) Jones

eAudiobook

'Both inspiring and disturbing, Sex Cult Nun unravels Jones' complicated upbringing, the trauma she endured as a result and her eventual path to liberation.' TIME 'A moving story about family, courage, religious oppression, and more, and readers will...

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Ma and me by Putsata Reang

Ma and me

Putsata Reang

eAudiobook

This program is read by the author."A nuanced mediation on love, identity, and belonging. This story of survival radiates with resilience and hope."--Publishers Weekly, starred review"This openhearted memoir ... opens the door to include queer descendants...

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Money and power by Vincent Cable

Money and power

Vincent Cable

eAudiobook

A captivating economic history of government all over the world. Through economics, our politicians have the power to transform people's lives for better or worse. Think Deng Xiaoping who lifted millions out of poverty by opening up China; Franklin D...

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Chaotic happiness by TJ Hoegh

Chaotic happiness

TJ Hoegh

eAudiobook

Finding happiness in the chaos is one of the hardest things you can do. It's also one of the most important. Covid, financial insecurity, political division, social unrest, gun violence, climate fears--they've created a chaotic reality that we will be...

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Glucose revolution by Jessie Inchauspé

Glucose revolution

Jessie Inchauspé

eAudiobook

Glucose, or blood sugar, is a tiny molecule in our body that has a huge impact on our health. It enters our bloodstream through the starchy or sweet foods we eat. In the past five years, scientists have discovered that glucose affects everyone - not ...

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Opening doors by Reggie Nelson

Opening doors

Reggie Nelson

eAudiobook

'Whatever ideas, plans and dreams you have, you've got to go for them! Be your biggest supporter, learn to eradicate the doubts in your mind, embrace the rejections and start opening doors...' Reggie Nelson had a tough childhood growing up on a council...

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Let me be frank by Tracy Dawson

Let me be frank

Tracy Dawson

eAudiobook

Let Me Be Frank illuminates with a wry warmth the incredible stories of a diverse group of women from different ethnicities and cultural backgrounds who have defied the patriarchy, refusing to allow men or the status quo to define their lives or break...

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Nothing but the truth by author Secret Barrister

Nothing but the truth

author Secret Barrister

eAudiobook

From the NUMBER ONE BESTSELLING AUTHOR, a memoir full of hilarious, personal and surprising stories from their working life. This is the Secret Barrister at their very best. Just how do you become a barrister? Why do only 1 per cent of those who study...

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Outcast by Chris Ryan

Outcast

Chris Ryan

eAudiobook

After single-handedly intervening in a deadly terrorist attack in Mali, SAS Warrant Officer Jamie 'Geordie' Carter is denounced as a lone wolf by jealous superiors. Now a Regiment outcast, Carter is given a second chance with a deniable mission: locate...

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Awakening Artemis by Vanessa Chakour

Awakening Artemis

Vanessa Chakour

eAudiobook

A healing resource that blends practical plant-based knowledge with spiritual reconnection to show how respect for and communion with our natural world guides us toward healing. Combining Vanessa's story of her own healing journey with practical plan...

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The confident mind by Nate Zinsser

The confident mind

Nate Zinsser

eAudiobook

Believe and be unshakable. The Director of West Point's Performance Psychology Program shares the secrets of mental toughness and self-belief in this new definitive guide to mastering confidence, the key to performance in any field."Studying confidence...

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