The Audies, sponsored by the Audio Publishers Association, recognizes distinction in audiobooks and spoken word entertainment. Finalists are selected by a group of diverse judges and, from that group of finalists, one winner is awarded. The 2015 Audie finalists were announced earlier this year, and the winner will be announced on May 28th.
DPL has an extensive selection of audiobooks across many genres. For example:
Comedian Amy Poehler narrates Yes Please, recalling personal stories, funny bits on sex, love, friendship, and parenthood, and real-life advice, like when to be funny and when to be serious.
All the Light We Cannot See is a wildly popular fiction title, set during World War II and about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France.
Listen to history unfold with Mandela: An Audio History. The NPR-produced audiobook details the struggle against apartheid through rare sound recordings of Mandela, himself, and those who fought with and against him.
What audiobooks have you listened to this year? See the full list of Audie 2015 finalists.