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Our Favorite Audiobooks: “Code Name Verity”, “The Wife Between Us” and More

This summer, we’re celebrating audiobooks by compiling a few of our favorites. Check out titles listed below and check them out from the library’s collection! Plus, consider boosting your library’s collection of audiobooks and eAudiobooks by donating to the I Love My Library Fundraiser during July and August 2019.

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“Elizabeth Wein writes my favorite fictional friendships and this book is my favorite of hers. Maddie and Queenie are written so well you’ll feel like you know them by the end of the book.” – Jenny

Revolution for Dummies: Laughing through the Arab Spring by Bassem Youssef
“Bassem Youssef’s writing style is fun and he does a great job bringing levity to such a monumental historical event. He succeeds at entertaining listeners with the absurdity of his own personal experiences in Egypt during the Arab Spring and the wild story of how he managed to stumble from being a cardiac surgeon to becoming a nationally known political comedian hated by the Egyptian government.”-Erin

The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks
“The Wife Between Us” was easily the most intriguing book I read in 2018.  Even when I thought I had reached the final plot twist, there was more which I totally did not see coming.  I love to be surprised and highly recommend this title. – Linda
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley narrated by Jane Entwistle
“This is a charming series and Entwistle is brilliant at reading this. She perfectly captures how I imagine Flavia (the lead character) should sound.”- Deb
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