Livingston Public Library: Have you listened to them?
June 9, 2022
Many people enjoy listening to audiobooks since you have the freedom to multitask while listening to audiobooks. You can listen to audiobooks while driving, cleaning or walking.
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If you want to listen to the audiobooks from your mobile phone, you can go to Hoopla and Libby at https://www.livingstonlibrary.orgthousands of audiobooks are available for streaming or download.
You can also come to our library to consult audio books. Please enjoy the new list of popular audiobooks from Hoopla, Libby and Livingston Public Library.
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Could ten days at a spa really change you forever? These new perfect strangers are about to find out. New people gather at a remote spa resort. Some are here to lose weight, some are here to restart life, some are here for reasons they can’t even admit. Amidst all the luxuries and pampering, mindfulness and meditation, they know these ten days could involve some real work. But none of them could imagine how difficult the next ten days were going to be.
the four winds by Kristin Hannah
Texas, 1934. Millions are out of work and a drought has shattered the Great Plains. Farmers are fighting to keep their land and their livelihoods. The crops are failing, the water is drying up and the dust threatens to bury them all. In these uncertain and dangerous times, Elsa Martinelli, like so many of her neighbors, must make a heartbreaking choice: fight for the land she loves or move west to California in search of a better life.
Do not Cry for Me By Daniel Noir
A black father makes amends with his gay son through letters written on his deathbed in this wise and penetrating novel of empathy and forgiveness, for fans of Ta-Nehisi Coates, Robert Jones Jr. and Alice Walker. As Jacob is dying, he begins to write a letter to his only son, Isaac. They haven’t met or talked in many years, and there are things Isaac needs to know. Stories about his ancestral heritage in rural Arkansas that date back to slavery.
How to talk so kids will listen and listen so kids will talk by Adele Faber
Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, internationally renowned adult-child communication experts, How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk is a communication toolkit based on the authors’ popular workshop series. This 30th anniversary edition offers a renewed look for parents to communicate with their children while avoiding dramatic confrontations.
The big one by Kristin Hannah
This program is read by acclaimed narrator Julia Whelan, whose enchanting voice brought Gone Girl and Fates and Furies to life. Kristin Hannah reads the acknowledgements.
For a family in crisis, the ultimate test of survival.
Ernt Allbright, a former prisoner of war, returns from the Vietnam War a changed and unstable man. When he loses another job, he makes an impulsive decision: he will move his family north to Alaska, where they will live off the grid in America’s last true frontier.
Murder on the cliff by Jane Adams
It’s lonely on the cliffs at Marlborough Head – lonely and dangerous. When a body washes up on the rocks below, everyone assumes it must be the brutal Edward Parker. A few weeks ago, he slipped off the edge of the cliff, never to be seen again. But on closer inspection, it’s not him. The dead man is Pat Duggan, son of a wealthy nightclub owner, and it wasn’t the sea that killed him, it was a gunshot wound
In a quiet street by Glass Seraphine Nora
Who wouldn’t want to live in Brighton Hills? This exclusive community on the Oregon Coast is the perfect blend of luxury and natural beauty. Stunning homes nestle beneath mighty Douglas firs and lush backyards slope down to the lake’s edge. It’s the kind of place where neighbors look out for each other. Sometimes a little too close…
Intuitive feeding by Evelyn Tribole
When first published, Intuitive Eating was revolutionary in its anti-dieting approach. The authors, both leading health professionals in the field of nutrition and eating disorders, urge readers to embrace the goal of building body positivity and reconnecting with their inner wisdom about eating. – to unlearn everything they learned about calorie counting and other aspects of eating. culture and to learn more about the harms of weight stigma. Today, their message is more relevant and urgent than ever.
The inspector [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by John Sandford
At twenty-four, Letty Davenport has seen more action and uncovered more secrets than many law enforcement professionals. Now a recent Stanford graduate with a master’s degree in economics, she’s restless and bored in a desk job for U.S. Senator Colles. Letty is ready to quit, but her skills have impressed Colles, and he offers her a carrot.
The missing piece [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by Jean Lescroart
Having joined the “dark side” after years of prosecuting criminals as a San Francisco district attorney, defense attorney Wes Farrell is going through a crisis of faith. How can he in good conscience defend clients who he thinks are likely guilty? In his role as prosecutor, Farrell had helped lock up Paul Riley, a young man accused of the rape and murder of his then-girlfriend Dana Rush, only for Riley to be later released from his life sentence – after eleven years from prison – when the Exoneration Initiative uncovered DNA evidence that attributed the crime to someone else.
Beautiful [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by Danielle Steel
Véronique Vincent is fashion’s most sought-after model. But her life is turned upside down after a terrorist attack. Waking up alone in the hospital, her loved ones are dead and her appearance is altered.
kingdom of bones [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by james rollin
A United Nations rescue team in a small village in the Congo makes an alarming discovery. An unknown force is leveling the playing field of evolution. Men, women and children have been reduced to a dull, catatonic state while the plants and animals around them have become more cunning and predatory, evolving at an exponential rate.
A safe house [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by Stuart Woods
Stone Barrington looks forward to a quiet moment in New York, until he is asked to ferry valuable top-secret cargo across the Atlantic. Accepting the challenge, Stone flies away not knowing what he brings with him.
The Death of the Black Widow [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by James Patterson
On his first night with Detroit PD, Officer Walter O’Brien is called to an indelible murder scene. A woman who bludgeoned her captor escapes capture, even the police. Now a detective, he is looking for her.
The shipwrecked [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] : a novel by Mary Kay Andrews
Hattie Kavanaugh went to work helping clean restored homes for Kavanaugh & Son Restorations at age eighteen; married the boss’s son at twenty; and was only twenty-five when her husband, Hank, was killed in a motorcycle accident. Heartbroken, but determined to pursue the business of their dreams, she takes the life insurance money, buys a tiny house in a gentrifying neighborhood, flips it, then invests the money in her next project.
Harry Booth started flying at nine to keep a roof over his sick mother’s head. When his mother finally succumbed to cancer, he left Chicago, but continued his night job. He can’t afford to attract attention or become attached. Yet he can’t help but let his guard down when he meets Miranda Emerson.
French braid [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] : a novel by Anne Tyler
The Garretts take their first and last family vacation in the summer of 1959. They hardly ever venture beyond Baltimore, but in some ways they have never been so far apart. Mercy struggles to resist the siren call of her aspirations to become a painter, which means less housekeeping time for her husband, Robin. Their teenage daughters, stable Alice and boy-crazed Lily, couldn’t have had less in common. Their youngest, David, is already intent on escaping his family’s orbit, for reasons neither of them understands.
The diamond eye [sound recording (unabridged book on CD)] by Kate Quinn
In the snowy city of kyiv, wry, bookish history student Mila Pavlichenko organizes her life around her library work and her young son, but Hitler’s invasion of Russia sends her down a different path. Armed with a rifle and sent to join the fight, Mila must forge herself from a studious girl to a deadly sniper, a deadly Nazi hunter known as Lady Death. When news of her 300th murder makes her a national hero, Mila finds herself snatched from the bloody battlefields of the Eastern Front and sent to America for a goodwill tour.
-Hongmei, Adult Services and Acquisitions Librarian
This press release was produced by Livingston Public Library. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.
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