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SYNC audiobooks and civic engagement

SYNC audiobooks and civic engagement

Read More How is it that a program that seems to encourage the experience of building a personal collection and listening to audiobooks as an individual also encourage civic engagement? We've seen how that happens as many of you shared your support work with teens in accessing SYNC in 2016.
Discussing Identity: Audiobook Discussion Group Guide

Discussing Identity: Audiobook Discussion Group Guide

Read More James Weldon Johnson’s 1912 novel offers us an opportunity to talk about how identity, in contemporary America, continues to elicit an array of strong feelings, public messages that may conflict with private behaviors, and awareness of differences between the identities we apply to ourselves, and those applied to us by others. We hope that you consider hosting a discussion of this audiobook after you and the group you host have the opportunity to listen to it.
Finding Her Own Voice

Finding Her Own Voice

Read More This week, AudiobookSYNC’s pair of free titles include a character-driven novel published less than a year ago, and another, built on folklore, that has won more than half a dozen youth book awards. One realistic fiction and the other fantasy, both give us stories about girls who seem to be nearly overcome by their situations, only to discover the power of their own voices.
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