Celebrate Audiobook Appreciation Month with One of These Titles!

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Reading is considered reading no matter the format you choose, whether it be a physical book, eBook, graphic novel or audiobook! To celebrate Audiobook Appreciation Month, we are highlighting popular titles available in audio formats.

All titles are linked directly to our catalog to place a hold on a physical item. If you prefer to listen on a mobile device, some titles are available on Libby or Hoopla, available free to all WNPL cardholders.


yellow bird jumping out of a peeled banana shouting the nonsense show

The Nonsense Show – Eric Carle 

“Ducks growing out of bananas? A mouse catching a cat? What’s wrong with this book? Yes, there’s something strange, something funny, and even downright preposterous on every page of this book. But it’s not a mistake–it’s nonsense! And it’s also surrealism” 

Available on Libby as an eAudiobook 


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Hello World!

Hello World! – Kelly Corrigan 

Hello World! is the perfect reminder that the journeys we take through life are all about the people we will meet along the way–people who will make us smarter, stronger, and more amazing than we ever thought possible. With her trademark inspirational wisdom, Kelly Corrigan writes the perfect book for anyone about to embark on a new adventure. 


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Divine Rivals

Divine Rivals – Rebecca Ross 

“When two young rival journalists find love through a magical connection, they must face the depths of hell, in a war among gods, to seal their fate forever” 

Available on Libby as an eAudiobook 

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Solitaire – Alice Osman 

“Tori Spring feels completely disconnected from her life–until she meets the relentlessly cheerful Michael Holden, and a series of schoolwide pranks starts to draw her out of her shell” 

Available on Hoopla as an eAudiobook 


Fort Sumter on fire
The Demon of Unrest

Demon Unrest – Erik Larson

“On November 6, 1860, Abraham Lincoln became the victor in a tight race for president. The country was bitterly at odds; Southern extremists were moving ever closer to destroying the Union, with one state after another seceding. Slavery fueled the conflict, but somehow the passions of North and South came to focus on a lonely federal fortress: Fort Sumter.” 

Available on Libby as an eAudiobook 


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Oath and Honor

Oath and Honor – Liz Cheney 

“A gripping first-hand account from inside the halls of Congress as Donald Trump and his enablers betrayed the American people and the Constitution–leading to the violent attack on our Capitol on January 6th, 2021–by the House Republican leader who dared to stand up to them” 

Available on Libby as an eAudiobook

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Funny Story

Funny Story – Emily Henry 

Daphne always loved the way her fiancé Peter told their story. How they met (on a blustery day), fell in love (over an errant hat), and moved back to his lakeside hometown to begin their life together. He really was good at telling it…right up until the moment he realized he was actually in love with his childhood best friend Petra. 

Which is how Daphne begins her new story: Stranded in beautiful Waning Bay, Michigan, without friends or family but with a dream job as a children’s librarian (that barely pays the bills), and proposing to be roommates with the only person who could possibly understand her predicament: Petra’s ex, Miles Nowak. 

Scruffy and chaotic—with a penchant for taking solace in the sounds of heart break love ballads—Miles is exactly the opposite of practical, buttoned up Daphne, whose coworkers know so little about her they have a running bet that she’s either FBI or in witness protection. The roommates mainly avoid one another, until one day, while drowning their sorrows, they form a tenuous friendship and a plan. If said plan also involves posting deliberately misleading photos of their summer adventures together, well, who could blame them? 

But it’s all just for show, of course, because there’s no way Daphne would actually start her new chapter by falling in love with her ex-fiancé’s new fiancée’s ex…right? 

Available on Libby as an eAudiobook

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You Like It Darker

You Like It Darker – Stephen King 

You like it darker? Fine, so do I,” writes Stephen King in the afterword to this magnificent new collection of twelve stories that delve into the darker part of life–both metaphorical and literal. King has, for half a century, been a master of the form, and these stories, about fate, mortality, luck, and the folds in reality where anything can happen, are as rich and riveting as his novels, both weighty in theme and a huge pleasure to read. King writes to feel “the exhilaration of leaving ordinary day-to-day life behind,” and in You Like It Darker, readers will feel that exhilaration too, again and again. King’s ability to surprise, amaze, and bring us both terror and solace remains unsurpassed. Each of these stories holds its own thrills, joys, and mysteries; each feels iconic. You like it darkerYou got it 

Available on Libby as an eAudiobook