The Friends of the Hudson Area Library have generously donated thirteen newly-released and soon-to-be released books on CD to the Hudson Area Library’s collection. The new acquisitions include a combination of fiction and non-fiction works, and several different genres.
The titles of the new fiction audiobooks that will be available this month are: The Sunshine When She’s Gone, a novel about marriage by Thea Goodman; The Obituary Writer, a literary mystery and love story by Ann Hood; The Demonologist by Andrew Pyper; A Tale for the Time Being, written and narrated by Ruth Ozeki; House of Earth, the only finished novel by Woody Guthrie, a powerful portrait of Dust Bowl America; and The Burgess Boys, the newest work of literary art by Elizabeth Strout.
The titles for the soon-to-be released fiction audiobooks are: Life After Life by Kate Atkinson; The House of Special Purpose, a novel that is part love story, part historical epic and part tragedy by John Boyne; Maya’s Notebook, a contemporary coming-of-age story by Isabel Allende; Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls, written and narrated by David Sedaris; and The Woman Upstairs by New York Times best-selling author, Claire Messud.
The two non-fiction titles will be released in April and are Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonder from the World of Plants by Jane Goodall and In the Body of the World by playwright, author and activist, Eve Ensler.
Click on the titles above to learn more about each title or to place a hold on the first available copy! Many thanks to the Friends for their kind donation!