Libro.fm September 2017 Selections
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Libro.fm's featured audiobooks for the month of September are all on a back-to-school theme, but even if it's been years since you've sharpened your pencil and dreaded a pop quiz, you'll find something here to keep your brain in gear. Check out these old favorites and new releases!
Dr. John Medina’s fascinating and funny book on how the brain works. Learn the best practices for taking care of that precious organ between your ears.
J.K. Rowling’s series of Harry Potter books have been thrilling readers—and enhancing their vocabularies and comprehension—now for 20 years.
Peg Tyre offers parents smart and sophisticated ways to assess a classroom and decide if any school or teacher have the right stuff to teach their child.
Betty MacDonald’s classic about the lady with the upside-down house is a great book to help your elementary age child leap over that word gap.
This is your guide to making SAT vocabulary words quick, easy, and fun…all while you’re on the run.
Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman takes us on a groundbreaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think.
There’s no better guide to understanding our galaxy and its inhabitants than Carl Sagan’s bestselling classic.
Dr. John Medina, author of the NYT bestselling Brain Rules, shares how we can learn to make the most of the years we have left.
In this gripping exploration of humanity’s past, cognitive scientist Steven Pinker forces readers to rethink their deepest beliefs about progress, modernity, and human nature.
75 years ago, four orphans made a home for themselves in an abandoned boxcar in the forest, and the Aldens have been introducing elementary-age children to the love of reading ever since.
Your child can learn about the Amish through following Rachel as she learns life lessons of love and forgiveness.
Faber and Mazlish’s #1 NYT Bestselling book illustrates their time-tested method to help kids handle the problems that interfere with the learning process.
From the NTY bestselling author of Sapiens, Yuval Noah Harari’s book explores the projects, dreams, and nightmares of the twenty-first century—and asks what the future holds.
Carmine Gallo has interviewed top TED presenters and broken down their finest talks to discover nine secrets to better presenting one’s own ideas.
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