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  1. The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time Audiobook The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time
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  2. Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone Audiobook Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone
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  3. Under the Whispering Door Audiobook Under the Whispering Door
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  4. The Last Days of John Lennon Audiobook The Last Days of John Lennon
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  5. Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series Audiobook Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series
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  6. Go Set a Watchman Audiobook Go Set a Watchman
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  7. Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life Audiobook Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life
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  8. It Ends With Us Audiobook It Ends With Us
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  9. Three Sisters: A TRIUMPHANT STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ Audiobook Three Sisters: A TRIUMPHANT STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ
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Mom Enough: The Fearless Mother’s Heart and Hope Audiobook

Mom Enough: The Fearless Mother’s Heart and Hope

Author: Various Narrator: Charity Spencer, Preston Butler Release Date: December 2021

Are you mom enough? The cover of a popular magazine asked this haunting question in bold red letters that hung over the startling image of a young mother nursing her four-year-old. When the issue hit newsstands, it re-ignited a longstanding mommy war in American culture. But it turns out this was the wrong question, pointing in the wrong direction. There is a higher and more essential question faced by mothers: Is he God enough? This short book with twenty-four short contributions from seven young mothers, explores the daily trials and worries of motherhood. In the trenches, they have learned how to treasure God and depend on his grace. The paradox of this book is the secret power of godly mothering. Becoming mom enough comes as a result of answering the burning question above with a firm no.

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The Business of Building a Better World: The Leadership Revolution That Is Changing Everything Audiobook

The Business of Building a Better World: The Leadership Revolution That Is Changing Everything

Author: Various Narrator: Natalie Hoyt Release Date: November 2021

Twenty-nine leading scholars and executives provide a visionary look at the future of business, propelling past damaging industrial-age values to uncover the key ingredients of humanistic, ecologically sustainable, and intergenerational prosperity. Through the exploration of robust cases and stories packed with deep insight and vital science, this extraordinary collection explores how we can adapt our notions of value, markets, and models of cooperation and collective action to create a world where economies and businesses excel, all people thrive, and nature flourishes. In part I, "The Business of Business Is Betterment," the contributors show how enterprises today are further developing-and even taking a quantum leap beyond-the multistakeholder logic of "shared value creation." Part II, "Net Positive = Innovation's New Frontier," is focused on what companies can and are doing to move away from "doing no harm" to playing an active role in solving environmental, social, and economic problems. The final section, "Ultimate Advantage: A Leadership Revolution That Is Changing Everything," looks at new leadership paradigms-characterized by unexpected qualities like virtue, love, compassion, and connection-that are crucial to creating engaged, empowered, innovative, and out-performing enterprises. This book is designed to galvanize change and unite a global community of inquiry and action. It establishes the conceptual cornerstones for a new kind of business practice that will lead the way to an equitable, sustainable, and flourishing future.

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Now Comes Good Sailing: Writers Reflect on Henry David Thoreau Audiobook

Now Comes Good Sailing: Writers Reflect on Henry David Thoreau

Author: Various Narrator: Ako Mitchell, Barbara Barnes, Kaliswa Brewster, Kate Harper, Peter Marinker, William Hope Release Date: October 2021

This audiobook brings together original pieces on Thoreau by twenty-seven of today's leading writers With narration by William Hope, Barbara Barnes, Kaliswa Brewster, Kate Harper, Peter Marinker, and Ako Mitchell Features essays by Jennifer Finney Boylan • Kristen Case • George Howe Colt • Gerald Early • Paul Elie • Will Eno • Adam Gopnik • Lauren Groff • Celeste Headlee • Pico Iyer • Alan Lightman • James Marcus • Megan Marshall • Michelle Nijhuis • Zoë Pollak • Jordan Salama • Tatiana Schlossberg • A. O. Scott • Mona Simpson • Stacey Vanek Smith • Wen Stephenson • Robert Sullivan • Amor Towles • Sherry Turkle • Geoff Wisner • Rafia Zakaria • and a cartoon by Sandra Boynton The world is never done catching up with Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862), the author of Walden, “Civil Disobedience,” and other classics. A prophet of environmentalism and vegetarianism, an abolitionist, and a critic of materialism and technology, Thoreau even seems to have anticipated a world of social distancing in his famous experiment at Walden Pond. In Now Comes Good Sailing, twenty-seven of today’s leading writers offer wide-ranging original pieces exploring how Thoreau has influenced and inspired them—and why he matters more than ever in an age of climate, racial, and technological reckoning. Here, Lauren Groff retreats from the COVID-19 pandemic to a rural house and writing hut, where, unable to write, she rereads Walden; Pico Iyer describes how Thoreau provided him with an unlikely guidebook to Japan; Gerald Early examines Walden and the Black quest for nature; Rafia Zakaria reflects on solitude, from Thoreau’s Concord to her native Pakistan; Mona Simpson follows in Thoreau’s footsteps at Maine’s Mount Katahdin; Jennifer Finney Boylan reads Thoreau in relation to her experience of coming out as a trans woman; Adam Gopnik traces Thoreau’s influence on the New Yorker editor E. B. White and his book Charlotte’s Web; and there’s much more. The result is a lively and compelling collection that richly demonstrates the countless ways Thoreau continues to move, challenge, and provoke readers today.

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The Action Bible Audio Christmas Audiobook

The Action Bible Audio Christmas

The Action Bible Audio Christmas tells the story of Jesus's birth in a fresh, biblical way—from the angelic appearance to Zechariah through Joseph and Mary's escape to Egypt.

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Disney The Odd Sisters Audiobook

Disney The Odd Sisters

Author: Serena Valentino, Various Narrator: Lucy Rayner Release Date: October 2021

Three witches have changed the lives of the great villains - now its their turn. Throughout the Villains series, the Odd Sisters have meddled in the lives of the Wicked Queen, The Beast, Ursula, Maleficent and Mother Gothel, changing the course of fate for the greatest villains ever known. Now, it's time for their reckoning. The sixth entry in the hugely-popular Villains Tales series. Introduces the Odd Sisters - three witches who have changed the lives of the greatest villains ever known.

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Whole by His Grace: 3-Minute Devotionals for Women Audiobook

Whole by His Grace: 3-Minute Devotionals for Women

Author: Various Narrator: Alicia Patterson Release Date: October 2021

“Then Jesus turned around. And seeing her, He said, ‘Daughter, be encouraged. Your faith has made you whole.’ And the woman was made whole at that same moment.” —Matthew 9:22, RGT Life can be hard, can’t it? The challenges and conflicts we face every day can beat us up and wear us down. But even when we’re exhausted and ready to give up, Jesus is always there, extending a loving hand to pick us up and heal us. You see, Jesus is in the business of taking broken human beings and making them whole. We’ve done nothing to deserve it. He makes us whole by His grace. The devotionals in Whole by His Grace were written by women sharing the real struggles, triumphs, and lessons they have learned to inspire you with hope and courage as you face each day. Within each of the 72 devotionals you’ll find: • A daily Scripture reference • A short reflection that is quick to read • An encouragement for women by women at all stages of life Start each day with a story of hope or finish your day with a sense of His wholeness. Whole by His Grace will be a treasured volume for you as well as a meaningful gift for the special women in your life.

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HER Story: Women’s Untold Histories: 10 BBC Radio full-cast dramas Audiobook

HER Story: Women’s Untold Histories: 10 BBC Radio full-cast dramas

10 dramas focusing on women's untold stories from history. This diverse, eclectic collection of plays explores an array of social, political and historical events from a female point of view. In these captivating dramas, we see the world through their eyes, giving us a fresh perspective on a female history that is too often unrecorded, misrepresented or misunderstood. Featuring a multiplicity of styles and genres, and written by a wide variety of authors, they range from comedy dramas themed around the Bayeux Tapestry and the 1962 Cheltenham Literary Festival, to award-winning, thought-provoking tales of Nigerian teenagers kidnapped by Boko Haram. A contemporary version of the heroines from Greek mythology, Persephone and Demeter; Profumo affair from a female perspective, Britain's last witch (Helen Duncan); a legendary ballerina (Margot Fonteyn); a little sister (Dious, sibling of St Anthony) and a youngest daughter (Judith Shakespeare). Embroidering the Truth Queen Edith - Katy Brand Bishop Odo - Charlie Anson Other cast, Katy Sobey, Lisa Zahra, Jonny Holden, Rosie Cavaliero, Tracy Wiles. Written by Abigail Youngman. Produced by Mary Ward-Lowery. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 17 October 2019 Girls Tisana - Amaka Okafor Ruhab - Faith Alabi Haleema - Joan Iyiola Written by Theresa Ikoko. Directed by Abigail Gonda. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 14 July 2017 The Bulbul Was Singing Laura - Rebecca Humphries Ariman - Shaniaz Hama Ali Other Cast: Paul Hickey, Jonny Holden, Saya Zahawi, Catherine Cusack, Shaun Mason, Debbie Korley, Chris Pavlo Written by Judy Upton. Directed by Emma Harding. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 19 August 2019 Seven Pomegranate Seeds Performed by Niamh Cusack, Ruth Bradley and Leah McNamara Written by Colin Teevan. Produced and directed by Allegra McIlroy. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 7 January 2020 Festival Elizabeth Jane Howard - Melody Grove John Moore - Tony Gardner Kingsley Amis - Jonathan Forbes Other cast: Will Howard, Emma Handy, John Lightbody. Written by Sarah Wooley. Directed by Gaynor Macfarlane. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 31 July 2018 Well, He Would, Wouldn't He? Mandy (younger) - Aimee-Ffion Edwards Christine Keeler - Lyndsey Marshal 'Pops' Murray - Stephen Marzella Stephen Ward/Peter Rachman - Ewan Bailey Other cast: Adrian Schiller, Alex Dower, Anthony Courier. Written by Charlotte Williams. Directed by Kate McAll. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 23 February 2013 Tony's Little Sister and the Paradox of Monasticism Anthony - Duncan Preston Dious - Samantha Spiro Satan - Tim McMullan Other cast Ben Crowe, Rachel Bavidge. Written by David and Caroline Stafford. Produced by Marc Beeby. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 6 August 2007 Judith Shakespeare Judith Shakespeare - Amanda Root William Shakespeare - Michael Pennington Henry, Earl of Southampton - Anton Lesser Other Cast, Andrew Wincott, Melinda Walker, Thomas Connor, Stephen Critchlow, Ann Beach, Colleen Prendergast, Jillie Meers Written by Nan Woodhouse. Directed byTracey Neale. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 25 April 1996 An Unchoreographed World Margot Fonteyn - Sophie Jerrold Constant Lambert - Richard McCabe Other cast Oliver Millingham, Kate Littlewood Chorus - Anne-Marie Piazza, Maria Askew, Ffion Jolly, Ben Ashton & Coen de Groot Written by Frances Byrne. Produced and directed by Mark Smalley. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 22 May 2008 The Last Witch Trial Lucy - Indira Varma Margo - Lyndsey Marshal Other Cast: Joanna Monro, Vineeta Rishi Sam Dale, Michael Shelford, Keely Beresford Written by Melissa Murray. Directed by Marc Beeby. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 4 June 2010 ©2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (P)2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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Healing for the Hopeful Heart: True Stories of God's Mysterious Ways Audiobook

Healing for the Hopeful Heart: True Stories of God's Mysterious Ways

Author: Various Narrator: Carla Mercer-Meyer Release Date: September 2021

These 50 true inspirational stories as told by the people who lived them will encourage your heart and fill you with hope. No matter what life circumstances you're facing, God is right there with you, He's with you in the middle of the pain, the heartbreak, and the unknown. You'll be inspired, awed, and comforted by these intimate real-life moments of when God showed up mysteriously, tangibly and gloriously offering His love, His peace, His deliverance, His comfort and His healing power. Each God story ends with an inspiring Christian affirmation offering a daily reminder about who God is and His promises for you. You can take His wisdom and courage with you wherever life leads you. It can be your antidote to fear, a booster shot of faith or a little extra measure of hope for a difficult day or challenging season. Some of these moving stories include: - A suicidal man changes his desperate plans after one providential weekend. - A major league baseball player facing cancer experiences the power of prayer to save his life. - A homeless drug addict regains her life to help young teens see the light.

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Of This Our Country: Acclaimed Nigerian writers on the home, identity and culture they know Audiobook

Of This Our Country: Acclaimed Nigerian writers on the home, identity and culture they know

Author: Tba, Various Narrator: Oseloka Obi, Weruche Opia Release Date: September 2021

To define Nigeria is to tell a half-truth. Many have tried, but most have concluded that it is impossible to capture the true scope and significance of Africa’s most populous nation through words or images. And yet here, through personal essays from 24 of its writers, a more accurate picture comes into view: one that details the realities and contradictions of patriotism, examines the role of class and privilege in Nigerian society, juxtaposes inherited tradition with the diasporic experience and explores the power of storytelling and its intrinsic link to Nigeria’s history. Within these pages, acclaimed and award-winning writers share memories and experiences of Nigeria that can be found nowhere else, bringing to the fore a country whose influence can be found everywhere. Powerful, lyrical and entirely unforgettable, OF THIS OUR COUNTRY weaves together a living portrait of Nigeria, one that is as beautiful as it is complex. With essays from: Nels Abbey, Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀, Yomi Adegoke, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Oyinkan Akande, Ike Anya, Sefi Atta, Bolu Babalola, J K Chukwu, Abi Daré, Inua Ellams Chịkọdịlị Emelụmadụ, Caleb Femi, Helon Habila, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, Anietie Isong, Okey Ndibe, Chigozie Obioma, Irenosen Okojie, Cheluchi Onyemelukwe, Lola Shoneyin, Umar Turaki, Chika Unigwe and Hafsa Zayyan.

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Voices of Change: Twelve Visions for How to Solve the Climate Crisis Audiobook

Voices of Change: Twelve Visions for How to Solve the Climate Crisis

In Voices of Change, a group of Canada's most accomplished young environmentalists outline bold visions for how we can fight climate change and create a sustainable way of living.   The twelve essays in Voices of Change, by fifteen inspiring youth leading the climate change movement in Canada, explore the most challenging issues around climate change, from sustainability to activism. The contributors, from all across the nation, describe their own work developing successful initiatives that have positively brought about environmental change-from creating a "Library of Things" in Waterloo, Ontario, to an ocean-education program in Medicine Hat, Alberta. The authors of this anthology speak passionately about their own experiences working for climate justice-facing racism, apathy, and a world changed by Covid-19-while also expressing hope and exploring solutions for how youth can fight climate change in Canada and beyond, effecting significant change. The essays in the anthology are:   "Solastalgia-Getting Ahead of the Climate Crisis" by Abhayjeet Sachal and Sukhmeet Sachal  "Climate Change in the COVID Era" by Asha Mior "Embracing My Inner Child" by Brandon Nguyen "The Intersectionality of Climate Change" by Chúk Odenigbo "The Sustainability of Stuff" by Devon Fernandes "Navigating Environmental Hypocrisy" by Erinn Drage "Fostering Social Innovation in Times of Technological Transition" by Eva Wu and Sebastien Molgat "Creating Space for Youth in Climate Decision Making" by Helen Watts "Ocean Activism From a Landlocked Province" by Jasveen Brar "Antarctica and the Power of Art" by Leah Davidson "Art as a Tool For Social Awareness" by Qurat Dar "It Begins with You" by Joel Dragon Smith and Sean Myomi Hougan   A passionate call to action, the essays in Voices of Change are vibrant, thoughtful, and determined. Together they offer a powerful blueprint for new ways that we can think about climate change and do our part to bring about solutions that will positively affect the environment and the lives of all Canadians today and in the future. As climate activist Asha Mior says: "The time for action is now. Will you join us?"

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Best Classic Short Stories For Children Audiobook

Best Classic Short Stories For Children

Author: Various Narrator: Shubhankar Release Date: April 2021

'And what do you think of it all, Watson?' asked Sherlock Holmes, leaning back in his chair. 'It seems to me to be a most dark and sinister business.' 'Dark enough and sinister enough.' -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 'The Adventure of the Speckled Band' Best Classic Short Stories for Children brings together some of the most well-known and beloved stories by authors like O. Henry, Oscar Wilde and Saki, and extracts from children's classics such as The Railway Children and Little Women. With a mix of genres including science fiction, mystery and ghost stories, and a host of popular characters such as Oliver Twist, Sherlock Holmes, Jane Eyre and Dracula, this is the perfect introduction to a range of classic literature. This book is part of Classics for the New Decade, a new anthology series celebrating the most acclaimed and enduring works of literature.

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And We Came Outside and Saw the Stars Again: Writers from Around the World on the COVID-19 Pandemic Audiobook

And We Came Outside and Saw the Stars Again: Writers from Around the World on the COVID-19 Pandemic

Author: Various Narrator: Raechel Wong Release Date: April 2021

As our world is transformed by the coronavirus pandemic, writers offer a powerful antidote to the fearful confines of isolation: a window onto lives and corners of the world beyond our own. In Mauritius, a journalist contends with denialism and mourns the last days of summer, lost to the lockdown. In Paris, a writer struggles to protect his young son from fear. In Chile, protesters who prevailed against tear gas and rubber bullets are now halted by a virus. In Queens, after thirteen-hour shifts in the ER, a doctor dons running shoes and makes the long jog home. And We Came Outside and Saw the Stars Again takes its title from the last line of Dante's Inferno, when the poet and his guide emerge from hell to once again behold the beauty of the heavens. In that spirit, the stories, essays, and poems in this collection-from beloved authors including Jhumpa Lahiri, Mario Vargas Llosa, Eavan Boland, Daniel Alarcon, Jon Lee Anderson, Claire Messud, Ariel Dorfman, and many more-detail the harrowing experiences of life in the pandemic, while pointing toward a less isolated future. Together they comprise a profound global portrait of the defining moment of our time, and send a clarion call for solidarity across borders.

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