History in fiction and fact

Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Friday, February 12, 2016

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As we continue to firm arrangements for SYNC 2016, we want to give you our latest update of titles you'll see this summer.

JUBA was among Printz Award winning author Walter Dean Myers' last works at the time of his death. Thanks to Harper Audio, we'll be featuring this historical fiction based on fact audiobook about William Henry Lane, the man who invented tap dancing.

MANDELA: AN AUDIO HISTORY, from HighBridge Audio, is documentary history itself. This selection gives listeners direct access to South African activist and leader Nelson Mandela in his own voice, along with further narration by Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu, and from Joe Richman.

As you can see, summer is shaping up to be one of rich, rewarding, and inspiring listening!



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