Summer is in full swing, which means we will be spending more time outside and will need something new to listen to of course! We understand that at times it could be a challenge narrowing down your next listen, but don’t worry. Our acquirers have selected some of their top picks for you.
The Amazon: What Everyone Needs to Know
The Amazon: What Everyone Needs to Know® offers an engaging overview of this irreplaceable ecosystem and the challenges it faces.
Note: Is your Instagram travel board growing larger every day as travel takes a backseat to health and safety? Then take this time to learn about an amazing place. Author Mark J. Plotkin and narrator David Colacci will take you on a journey through the Amazon, where you’ll learn all about the flora, fauna, indigenous tribes, and the conservation efforts at work to save this beautiful and earth-supporting ecosystem. -Jenn Eschrich
Publishing date: 7/21/2020
Written by Mark J. Plotkin
Narrated by David Colacci
Rare Earth is a gritty, science-fiction thriller and debut novel about an unconventional hero and second chances.
Note: Fans of Arthur C. Clarke will find much to love in this debut hard sci-fi novel by Kurt Allan. -Greg Souza
Written by Kurt Allan
Narrated by Derek Shoales
Total F*cking Godhead: The Biography of Chris Cornell
The first comprehensive biography of iconic singer-songwriter Chris Cornell.
Note: The definitive biography of legendary singer-songwriter Chris Cornell. This book thoroughly chronicles the life story and prolific output of one of the greatest and most influential singers of all time. -Scott Smith
Written by Corbin Reiff
Narrated by Michael Butler Murray
The Toddler in Chief
In The Toddler-in-Chief, Drezner takes listeners through the different dimensions of Donald Trump’s infantile behavior, from temper tantrums to poor impulse control to the possibility that the President has had too much screen time.
Note: Daniel W. Drezner delves into the behaviors of our “Toddler-in-Chief,” documenting the myriad ways in which the president has been described, in many instances by his own allies, as infantile and immature. Along the way we see just what sort of effect this is having on American democracy, policy, and culture. -Aaron Piccirillo
Written by Daniel W. Drezner
Narrated by Peter Berkrot
The Shadow Club
Neal Shusterman presents Book 1 in the Shadow Club series.
Note: The Shadow Club begins with innocent practical jokes, but when someone frames the club for a dangerous trick that leads to the serious injury of the school track star, the club will have to find the true perpetrator to clear their names. -Ashley Fortier
Written by Neal Shusterman
Narrated by Brian Holden