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That Moment When: Life Stories from Way Back Then Audiobook

That Moment When: Life Stories from Way Back Then

Author: Mo Gilligan Narrator: Mo Gilligan Release Date: September 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. Come on my journey. Look at where man's come from. I was working in retail in 2017. You might know Mo as the critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, BAFTA-winning presenter, Masked Singer judge and social media mega star. But do you know the moments that really made him? Opening up on the turning points, the good times, the challenges and the lessons learned, this is Mo as you've never seen him before. Journeying through childhood memories in South London, Mo reminisces about school days and old-school raving, and takes us behind the scenes of his first comedy gigs, the creation of the original Geezer, selling out national tours and becoming one of TV's most in-demand stars. Share the moment that Mo decided he wanted to be a comedian, the moment he went viral, the moment he realised he was famous (and how to deal with it), the moment his Netflix special dropped, the moment he won his BAFTA and the moments he still has to come. In among the laugh-out-loud observations, life lessons and candid storytelling, there lies the bigger influences in Mo's life - the unsung heroes of the Black British comedy scene, the power of community and the feel-good legacy he wants to create. 'The Funniest Man in Britain' The Times © Mo Gilligan 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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My Naked Spa in Japan: Fear, Relationship and A Breakthrough Audiobook

My Naked Spa in Japan: Fear, Relationship and A Breakthrough

Author: Hidemi Woods Narrator: Hidemi Woods Release Date: September 2021

A Slipper Battle  About ten months ago, a middle-aged woman complained to me about my slippers at the communal spa of my apartment building. She wanted me to take them off and stay barefoot in the locker room because everyone except for me was barefooted there as a custom. I refused as being barefoot wasn't an official rule and I felt much more comfortable and more hygienic with slippers on. I was kind enough to explain to her that wearing slippers was more hygienic on the public floor than barefoot. It's totally logical, but she didn't accept anyway because her point was to keep up the custom. I've kept wearing my slippers in the locker room everyday to this day even though sometimes there were other middle-aged women who grumbled to me or darted an angry look at me. Three months after I got the first complaint, I saw a woman wearing slippers in the locker room and I was no longer the only one that wasn't barefooted. Then, since last month, a mother and her child have been wearing slippers. As I predicted, people began to imitate me and adopt my way. And the other day, this slipper battle developed a new twist. I entered the locker room with my slippers on as usual, and there was a woman who had gotten out of the spa and been putting on her clothes. She was putting on her socks when I walked past her. Thinking I found the third example of non-barefoot, I said hello to her with a smile as I usually did. She turned to me and our eyes met. I was astounded. It was none other than that middle-aged woman who told me to be barefoot here ten months ago. She herself was wearing socks! She looked startled to see me and her face got filled with embarrassment at once. She returned hello to me in a faint voice. She lost her battle.

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Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian (10th Anniversary Edition) Audiobook

Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian (10th Anniversary Edition)

Author: Scott Douglas Narrator: Kevin Wagner Release Date: September 2021

A humorist and honest look at a life in public service. For most of us, librarians are the quiet people behind the desk, who, apart from the occasional 'shush,' vanish into the background.  But in Quiet, Please, McSweeney's contributor Scott Douglas puts the quirky caretakers of our literature front and center. With a keen eye for the absurd and a Kesey-esque cast of characters (witness the librarian who is sure Thomas Pynchon is Julia Roberts's latest flame), Douglas takes us where few readers have gone before.  Punctuated by his own highly subjective research into library history-from Andrew Carnegie's Gilded Age to today's Afghanistan-Douglas gives us a surprising (and sometimes hilarious) look at the lives which make up the social institution that is his library.

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I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theater, Faith, and Being Black in America Audiobook

I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theater, Faith, and Being Black in America

Author: Tyler Merritt Narrator: James Iglehart, Jerrie Elaine Merritt, Jimmy Kimmel, Milton Merrit, Tyler Merritt Release Date: September 2021

As a 6'2" dreadlocked black man, Tyler Merritt knows what it feels like to be stereotyped as threatening, which can have dangerous consequences. But he also knows that proximity to people who are different from ourselves can be a cure for racism.  Tyler Merritt's video "Before You Call the Cops" has been viewed millions of times. He's appeared on Jimmy Kimmel and Sports Illustrated and has been profiled in the New York Times. The viral video's main point-the more you know someone, the more empathy, understanding, and compassion you have for that person-is the springboard for this book. By sharing his highs and exposing his lows, Tyler welcomes us into his world in order to help bridge the divides that seem to grow wider every day. In I Take My Coffee Black, Tyler tells hilarious stories from his own life as a black man in America. He talks about growing up in a multi-cultural community and realizing that he wasn't always welcome, how he quit sports for musical theater (that's where the girls were) to how Jesus barged in uninvited and changed his life forever (it all started with a Triple F.A.T. Goose jacket) to how he ended up at a small Bible college in Santa Cruz because he thought they had a great theater program (they didn't). Throughout his stories, he also seamlessly weaves in lessons about privilege, the legacy of lynching and sharecropping and why you don't cross black mamas. He teaches readers about the history of encoded racism that still undergirds our society today. By turns witty, insightful, touching, and laugh-out-loud funny, I Take My Coffee Black paints a portrait of black manhood in America and enlightens, illuminates, and entertains-ultimately building the kind of empathy that might just be the antidote against the racial injustice in our society.

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Yes, You're Pregnant, But What About Me? Audiobook

Yes, You're Pregnant, But What About Me?

Author: Kevin Nealon Narrator: Kevin Nealon Release Date: September 2021

At fifty-three, Kevin Nealon thought he had it all: a massive international celebrity with legions of loyal fans; a fabulous modeling career; hundreds of millions of dollars in the bank; and the most recognizable face on the planet. Nealon had accomplished the impossible: a thirty-year career in show business with only limited trips to rehab. But just like every other celebrity, he felt that was not enough. The perpetually insatiable Nealon wanted more, and for him 'more' meant a little addition that drooled, burped, and pooped (no, not a Pomeranian). Now, Nealon tells the outrageous story of how he battled through aching joints, Milano cookie cravings, and a rapidly receding hairline to become a first-time dad at an age when most fathers are packing their kids off to college. Offering hysterical commentary about his fickle, often hormonal, road to belated fatherhood, Nealon guides you through the delivery room and beyond, discussing how his past, his wife, and his neuroses all converged in a montage of side-splitting insecurities during the months leading up to the birth of his son. Laugh-out-loud funny and remarkably poignant, Nealon's entertaining perspective and his wealth of sarcasm provide a take on fatherhood that is as fresh as it is universal, always reminding you that half the fun of being a parent is getting there.

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I Strongly Believe in Incredible Things: A creative journey through the everyday wonders of our worl Audiobook

I Strongly Believe in Incredible Things: A creative journey through the everyday wonders of our worl

Author: Rob Auton Narrator: Rob Auton Release Date: September 2021

A selection of the world’s most incredible things according to award-winning writer, comedian, artist and podcaster Rob Auton I Strongly Believe In Incredible Things is a book of poetic prose, musings, short stories and biro drawings detailing a selection of the Earth’s incredible things by award-winning writer, comedian, artist and podcaster Rob Auton. Unique, enchanting and utterly life affirming, this is a collection of pages that come together to create the opposite of the news, becoming the tonic for the complicated gin that is the world we find ourselves in today: a humorous and heartfelt book that is the ying to the yang that is politics ;a book of breathing space that gives oxygen to rediscovering the beauty of living on earth with the aim of fuelling people to return to the coal-face of everyday life with optimism and wonder in their pockets. Inhaling all we have in common, exhaling all we don’t. From bubble wrap to Killer Whales; frog spawn to empathy, hand-dryers to parents, I Strongly Believe in Incredible Things wants to take you on a journey back to the incredible planet we live on.

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We'll Laugh About This (Someday): Essays on Taking Life a Smidge Too Seriously Audiobook

We'll Laugh About This (Someday): Essays on Taking Life a Smidge Too Seriously

Author: Anna Lind Thomas Narrator: Anna Thomas Release Date: September 2021

A hilarious argument in favor of taking life a smidge less seriously Popular humor writer Anna Lind Thomas had an epiphany after her essay about a humiliating fart went mega-viral: Everything's funny . . .eventually. You'll cry-laugh your way through the many grave offenses she's endured, like - not getting credit for Lady Gaga's career, - an epic financial crisis, - and exercising while her children dole out biting critiques about her dimpled thighs. Anna's wit, charm, and painful relatability will encourage you to remember that your most humiliating moment may be the best thing to ever happen to you-or at the very least, it'll make for a really good story. "A hilarious, heartwarming trip." -Bunmi Laditan, bestselling author of Confessions of a Domestic Failure and humorist behind The Honest Toddler "I couldn't put this down." -Tiffany Jenkins, bestselling author of High Achiever and humorist behind Juggling the Jenkins "Deep, bowel-loosening laughs, along with a side dish of humanity and understanding." -Johanna Stein, author of How Not to Calm a Child on a Plane and award-winning television writer and producer "Full of humor and heart." -Cindy Chupack, New York Times bestselling author and Emmy-winning writer/producer of Sex and the City, Modern Family, Otherhood, and more

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Black Nerd Problems: Essays Audiobook

Black Nerd Problems: Essays

Author: Omar Holmon, William Evans Narrator: Omar Holmon, William Evans Release Date: September 2021

*A Book Riot Most Anticipated Nonfiction Book of 2021* The creators of the popular website Black Nerd Problems bring their witty and unflinching insight to this engaging collection of pop culture essays on everything from Mario Kart and The Wire to issues of representation and police brutality across media. When William Evans and Omar Holmon founded Black Nerd Problems, they had no idea whether anyone beyond their small circle of friends would be interested in their little corner of the internet. But soon after launching, they were surprised to find out that there was a wide community of people who hungered for fresh perspectives on all things nerdy, from the perspective of #OwnedVoices. In the years since, Evans and Holmon have built a large, dedicated fanbase eager for their brand of cultural critique, whether in the form of a laugh-out-loud, raucous Game of Thrones episode recap or an eloquent essay on dealing with grief through stand-up comedy. Now, they are ready to take the next step with this vibrant and hilarious essay collection, which covers everything from X-Men to Breonna Taylor with insight and intelligence. A much needed and fresh pop culture critique from the perspective of people of color, Black Nerd Problems is the ultimate celebration for anyone who loves a blend of social commentary and all things nerdy.

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Pugtato and Friends Audio Collection: 3 Books in 1 Audiobook

Pugtato and Friends Audio Collection: 3 Books in 1

Author: Zondervan Narrator: Liz Hill Release Date: September 2021

What do you get when you cross imaginative and loveable characters, enchanting and inspiring illustrations and a giggle-inducing story? Pugtato, a simple, good spud and a hilarious mashup of pet and vegetable characters by the inimitable illustrator Sophie Corrigan! Listeners young and old can now experience hilarious and heartwarming Pugtato in audio form! These three stories about the sweet little pug and his spuddies in the garden are sure to bring smiles and fun to everyone. The Pugtato audiobook collection delivers: - A valuable collection of three stories at a very low price, available for the first time in audio! - Three Pugtato adventures that celebrate the power of friendship - A giggle-inducing, rhyming, read-aloud story perfect for kids ages 4-8 - Great summertime or anytime listening, while relaxing at home, or on the road The Pugtato audiobook collection includes Pugtato Babysits the Snouts, Pugtato Finds a Thing, and Pugtato Let's Be Best Spuddies.

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Poe for Your Problems: Uncommon Advice from History's Least Likely Self-Help Guru Audiobook

Poe for Your Problems: Uncommon Advice from History's Least Likely Self-Help Guru

Author: Catherine Baab-Muguira Narrator: Jennifer Jill Araya Release Date: September 2021

When life's got you down and things aren't going your way, who better to turn to than Edgar Allan Poe? Discover how to say "nevermore" to your problems in this darkly comedic and refreshing self-help guide. Of all the writers anywhere, Poe might be the least likely person you'd ever turn to for advice. His life was a complete dumpster fire: he married his cousin; got fired from one job after another; constantly feuded with friends and rivals; and he was always broke. But that's also precisely the point. Though Poe failed again and again, he also persevered. Drawing deeply on his works and life, Catherine Baab-Muguira takes the familiar image of Poe in a new and surprising direction in this darkly inspiring self-help book. Despite what you might think, Edgar Allan Poe is the perfect person to teach you to say "Nevermore, problems!" and show you how to use all the terrible situations, tough breaks, bad luck, and even your darkest emotions in novel and creative ways to make a name for yourself and carve out your own unique, notorious place in the world. An inspirational tale for black sheep everywhere, Poe for Your Problems will teach you how to overcome life's biggest challenges to succeed at work, love, and art-despite the odds and no matter your flaws.  

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Spring Shoots on Sunflower Street and Summer Days on Sunflower Street: Sunflower Street Series Book  Audiobook

Spring Shoots on Sunflower Street and Summer Days on Sunflower Street: Sunflower Street Series Book

Author: Rachel Griffiths Narrator: Rebecca Courtney Release Date: September 2021

The Sunflower Street series is a new heartwarming romance series from Rachel Griffiths, the author of The Cosy Cottage Café series. This audiobook collects the first two books in the bestselling series! Spring Shoots on Sunflower Street: Lila Edwards keeps to herself. Jilted on her wedding day by her fiancé, she has little interest in looking for love again. She spends most of her time hiding away in her cosy cottage, snuggling on the sofa with her two cats and trying to find the energy to invest in her online craft business. Widower Ethan Morris has been drifting from job to job since he lost his wife, unable to commit to anything for long. He's returned to Sunflower Street to stay with his ailing mother and is secretly glad to have an excuse to go home. His mother suggests that he puts his manual skills to good use by starting his own painting and decorating business. The glorious spring sunshine reveals all the areas of Lila's cottage that are in need of maintenance, as well as a good spring clean, and her friends suggest that she hires someone to do the work. At first, Lila is reluctant, having kept things the same since her fiancé left, but she has to admit that a fresh lick of paint on the walls and some more shelves for her books would be nice. When a flier advertising a new local painter and decorator lands on Lila's doormat, it seems like fate has made the decision for her. As Ethan works his magic on Lila's cottage, and spring brings hope and renewal to Sunflower Street, is it possible that there could be a new beginning in store for Lila and Ethan too? Summer Days on Sunflower Street: Roxie Walker has been married to Fletcher for over twenty years. They live in a beautiful house on Sunflower Street, have a cute pug named Glenda and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle. However, Roxie has a feeling that something isn't quite right... Fletcher works hard and likes to relax on his days off, whether that's playing a round of golf, watching a football match on TV, or pottering around in the garden. Recently, though, he's finding it hard to switch off and he's concerned that Roxie seems to be drifting away from him. He comes up with a plan to try to make things better, but the secrecy required to carry it out creates its own problems. As summer descends upon Sunflower Street, with warmer days spent at the recently refurbished lido and lighter evenings whiled away, surrounded by roses and honeysuckle in their lovely garden, matters come to a head. It's time for the truth to be revealed, and for grievances - both old and new - to be aired. Will summer on Sunflower Street bring Roxie and Fletcher closer together or will it tear them apart?

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50 Things About Us: What We Really Need to Know About Britain Audiobook

50 Things About Us: What We Really Need to Know About Britain

Author: Mark Thomas Narrator: Mark Thomas Release Date: September 2021

50 THINGS ABOUT US is a fast and furiously funny journey through our national memory. It's about money, history, songs, gongs, wigs, unicorns, guns, bungs, sods of soil and rich fuckers.  'Patriotism is often the point where history and advertising intersect, and it was that brand of nationalism that Rees-Mogg and Johnson attempted to sell. It is a brand that can only hark backwards; a nostalgic nationalism built on half histories and wishes … The kind of patriotism where the poetry of John Betjeman sits alongside blaming migrants for TB.'But that is not our story. In fact, it is far from the narrative so many of us are a part of.'   From self-deceptions on size, stature and space (clue: there's more than enough for everyone if we lose the golf courses) to the living links between empire, slavery, money and power, this is Mark Thomas' quest to remind us of the true and shared greatness of modern Britain.  Structured as a list of fifty crucial 'Things', and fresh from a lock-down spent interviewing hundreds of NHS workers for the Wellcome Collection permanent archive, this is Mark Thomas at his provocative, passionate best.

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