Have you Heard? Recent Audiobook Additions
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Have you Heard? Recent Audiobook Additions

Check out these recent additions to Plano Public Library’s audiobook collection.

This is just a sample of the audiobooks in our collection, and you can visit a library location for assistance in finding personalized recommendations.


The Neighbor Favor by Kristina Forest, read by Keylor Leigh and Malik Rashad. A shy bookworm enlists her charming neighbor to help her score a date, not knowing he’s the obscure author she’s been corresponding with, in this sparkling and heart-fluttering romance. Print / eAudiobook / eBook.

A Shadow in Moscow by Katherine Reay, read by Saskia Maarleveld and Lisa Flanagan. Two courageous female spies, one with MI6 and the other with CIA during the Cold War in Moscow, must work together before the KGB closes in and destroys them both. Print / eAudiobook / eBook.

Young Queens: Three Renaissance Women and the Price of Power by Leah Redmond Chang, read by Olivia Dowd. The boldly original, dramatic, intertwined story of Catherine de/Medici, Elisabeth de Valois, and Mary, Queen of Scots – three queens exercising power in a world dominated by men. Print / eAudiobook.

Every man for Himself and God Against All: a Memoir by Werner Herzog, translated from the German by Michael Hofmann, read by the author. Legendary filmmaker and celebrated author Werner Herzog tells in his inimitable voice the story of his epic artistic career in a long-awaited memoir that is as inventive and daring as anything he has done before. Print / eAudiobook.

Up home: one Girl’s Journey by Ruth J. Simmons, read by the author. An inspiring, indelible memoir from the daughter of sharecroppers in East Texas who became the first Black president of an Ivy League university—an uplifting story of girlhood and the power of family, community, and the classroom to transform one young person’s life. Print / eAudiobook / eBook.


Artifacts of an Ex by Jennifer Chen, read by Cindy Kay. After creating an art exhibit inspired by heartbreak, eighteen-year-old Chloe meets Daniel, but Chloe’s unresolved feelings and Daniel’s fear of being a rebound hinder their romantic prospects and leads Chloe on a journey to rediscover love and prove to Daniel she is ready for a genuine connection. Print / eAudiobook.

The Diablo’s Curse by Gabe Cole Novoa, read by Vico Ortiz. Dami, a nonbinary former demonio, must cancel every deal they have ever made to tether their soul to earth and remain human, but first they must help a boy named Silas find Captain Kidd’s treasure and break a family curse. Print / eAudiobook.

Blackbird Fly by Erin Entada Kelly, read by Ferdelle Capistrano. Bullied at school, eighth-grader Apple, a Filipino American who loves the music of the Beatles, decides to change her life by learning how to play the guitar. Print / eAudiobook.

Champion of Fate by Kendare Blake, read by Shayna Small. A young woman training to join a fabled order as she attempts to lead a hero to his critical first victory. Print / eAudiobook.

Daughter of the Bone Forest by Jasmine Skye, read by Jeremy Carlisle Parker and Lindsey Dorcus. Two girls reluctantly bound by fate must weather a dangerous courtship as a prophesied war grows ever closer in this high-stakes, queernormative dark fantasy debut. Print / eAudiobook.


Control Freaks by J.E. Thomas, read by a full cast. The kids at Benjamin Banneker College Prep are a little… competitive. Okay. They’re a LOT competitive. The minute Principal Yee announces an epic competition for the golden B-B trophy, seventh-grader Frederick Douglass Zezzmer knows he must win. Doug launches a quest to turn his team of outcasts into winners… and maybe even friends. Junior fiction / eAudiobook.

Knuffle Bunny Free by Mo Willems. While traveling with her family to Holland to visit her grandparents, Trixie once again loses her beloved Knuffle Bunny. Easy / CD set / DVD / eAudiobook.

The Green Glass Sea by Ellen Klages, read by Julie Dretzin. It is 1943, and 11-year-old Dewey Kerrigan is traveling west on a train to live with her scientist father–but no one will tell her exactly where he is. When she reaches Los Alamos, New Mexico, she learns why: he’s working on a top secret government program. Junior fiction / eAudiobook.

Timelines from Black History: Leaders, Legends, Legacies, read by Nneka Okoye. Amazing timelines take listeners through the people and the issues that have shaped Black history. Junior nonfiction/ eAudiobook / eBook.

Tessa Miyata is no Hero by Julie Abe, read by Sura Siu. A determined tween trains to battle an ancient Japanese warrior threatening present-day Tokyo in this mythical fantasy adventure. Junior fiction / eAudiobook.

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