February/March 2020

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LIBBA BRAY The King of Crows Bray's fan-favorite Diviners series wraps up with this final audiobook, narrated once again by January LaVoy. Read by January LaVoy Listening Library Unabridged Young Adult Trade Ed.: DD ISBN 9780449808863 $30.00 Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9780385361033 $77.00 Release date: February 4 SARAH GAILEY Upright Women Wanted From the author of Magic for Liars, a Western set in the near-future. Read by Romy Nordlinger Tantor Media Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781977364753 $32.99 (also MP3, DD) Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9781541410176 $45.95 Release date: February 4 BECKY ALBERTALLI, AISHA SAEED Yes No Maybe So Becky Albertalli (Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda) is a YA fave; here, she and author Aisha Saeed team up for a novel about two teens who meet while doing political canvassing. Read by Michael Crouch, Tiya Sircar Harper Audio Unabridged Young Adult Trade Ed.: DD ISBN 9780062974723 $26.99 Release date: February 4 ERIK LARSON The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During the Blitz Larson's latest history zooms in for a close look at Winston Churchill and his immediate family during WWII. Read by Erik Larson, John Lee Random House Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9780593167168 $24.00 (also DD) Books on Tape Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9780593167182 $95.00 Release date: February 4 NAOMI SHIHAB NYE Cast Away: Poems for Our Time Nye (The Turtle of Oman) offers poems for young listeners about a world of discarded things—and discarded people. Read by Naomi Shihab Nye Harper Audio Unabridged Ages 12+ Trade Ed.: DD ISBN 9780062994660 $13.99 Release date: February 11 BRIAN GREENE Until the End of Time: Mind, Matter, and Our Search for Meaning in an Evolving Universe Physicist Greene focuses on both the macro and the micro—the universe as a whole, and the ways we understand our own existence as part of it. Read by Brian Greene Random House Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781524734275 $45.00 (also DD) Books on Tape Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9781524734305 $95.00 Release date: February 18 COLUM MCCANN Apeirogon Two families—Israeli and Palestinian— are connected through tragedy in this novel from the author of Let the Great World Spin that's based on a true story. Read by Colum McCann Random House Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9780307878045 $45.00 (also DD) Books on Tape Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9780307878076 $95.00 Release date: February 25 LILY KING Writers & Lovers A young woman's coming of age as she tries to pursue a creative life. Read by Stacey Glemboski Blackstone Audio Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9781094059242 $34.95 (also DD) Library Ed.: CD ISBN 9781094059235 $100.00 (also MP3) Release date: March 3 MARK BITTMAN, DAVID KATZ How to Eat: All Your Food and Diet Questions Answered For Michael Pollan fans, here's an audio- book that addresses food facts and fictions and gives common-sense advice. Reader TBA HMH Books Unabridged Trade Ed.: DD ISBN 9780358310402 $16.99 Release date: March 3 JAMES MCBRIDE Deacon King Kong McBride's novel centers on the connections and repercussions in a community after a church deacon shoots a drug dealer. Read by Dominic Hoffman Penguin Audio 9 hrs. Unabridged Trade Ed.: CD ISBN 9780593166970 $35.00 (also DD) Books on Tape Library Ed.: DD ISBN 9780593166994 $95.00 Release date: March 3 Editors' Picks New Releases Online! Hundreds of upcoming titles at 8 n AudioFile/

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