Picks of the Week-Nov. 9

The holiday season is upon us! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. 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.

How to Save the World for Free

How to Save the World for Free will galvanize you to think and live differently, covering all key areas of our lives, from food and travel to politics and sex.

Note: Climate change is a daunting topic, but with Natalie Fee’s handbook, you can find easy ways to reduce your carbon footprint! She explores ways to live green in all facets of our lives, as well as the bigger issues to combating global warming.-Maddy Collins

Publishing Date: 11/10/20

Written by: Natalie Fee

Read by: Shiromi Arserio

The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong

In The God Who Sees, immigration advocate Karen González recounts her family’s migration from the instability of Guatemala to making a new life in Los Angeles and the suburbs of south Florida. In the midst of language barriers, cultural misunderstandings, and the tremendous pressure to assimilate, González encounters Christ through a campus ministry program and begins to follow him.

Note: In this timely book author Karen Gonzalez weaves together her family’s immigration story with similar narratives of biblical characters to draw a Christian focus on today’s immigration policies. Iin today’s America, where immigration is a hotly contested topic, Gonzalez’s voice comes through with a clear Christian message and critical approach to policy that invites the reader to discover a God that is focused and concerned with immigrants and their struggle to belong. -Nick Pouliot

Publishing Date: 11/10/2020

Written by: Karen Gonzalez

Read by: Joana Garcia

The Fossil Hunter

A story worthy of Dickens, The Fossil Hunter chronicles the life of a young girl who became a world-renowned paleontologist.

Note: Mary Anning is credited for laying the foundation for the theory of evolution, yet her work has not received the same attention as other historically distinguished scientists. Author Shelley Emling changes that in her account of the paleontologist’s life, exploring how Anning hunted for fossils as a young girl to support her family and ended making discoveries that would change the paleontology field forever. -Lindsey Wood

Publishing Date: 11/10/20

Written by : Shelley Emling

Read by: Rachael Beresford

The Ghost of a Memory

Bobbi Holmes and Anna J. McIntyre present Book 25 in the Haunting Danielle series.

Note: Welcome back to Marlow House in the newest installment of the Haunting Danielle series! Join Dani and Walt as they encounter the newest ghosts inhabiting their house—Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean the haunts are! -Kelly Srubas

Publishing Date: 11/10/20

Written by: Anna J. McIntrye & Bobbi Holmes

Read by: Romy Nordlinger

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