June LibraryReads in Print and on Audio

LibraryReads has announced its June 2018 selections! Check out the ten titles chosen by librarians below, linked to their Booklist reviews when available. For those of you who prefer to listen rather than read, we’ve hunted down the producers of the audio versions and have provided the ordering information. Please note that we have not yet had time to review these new and forthcoming audios.

Remember, any public library staff member can nominate a book for LibraryReads! Vote for your favorite titles today.

 

Favorite of Favorites

  Bring Me Back, by B. A. Paris

 Audiobook read by Kevin Hely and Cathleen McCarron, due June 19 from Macmillan Audio

 

 

Top 10

 All We Ever Wanted, by Emily Giffin

 Audiobook read by Emily Giffin, Dorothy Dillingham Blue, Milton Bagby, and Catherine Taber, due June 26 from Random House Audio (10.5 hr)

 

 Dreams of Falling, by Karen White

Audiobook read by Shannon McManus, Cassandra Campbell, and Susan Larkin, due June 5 from Penguin Audio (16.5hr)

 

  How Hard Can It Be? by Allison Pearson

 Audiobook read by Poppy Miller, due June 5 from Macmillan Audio

 

 Jar of Hearts, by Jennifer Hiller

Audiobook read by January LaVoy, due June 12 from Macmillan Audio (10.5hr)

 

 The Kiss Quotient, by Helen Hoang

 Audiobook read by January LaVoy, due June 12 from Dreamscape Media

 

 Little Big Love, by Katy Regan

Audiobook due June 12 from Random House Audio (10hr)

 

  There There, by Tommy Orange

 Audiobook read by Darrell Dennis, Shaun Taylor-Corbett, Alma Ceurvo, and Kyla Garcia, due June 5 from Random House Audio (6hr)

 

 Us Against You, by Frederick Backman

 Audiobook read by Marin Ireland, due June 5 from Simon & Schuster Audio (14hr)

 

  The Word is Murder, by Anthony Horowitz

 Audiobook read by Roy Kinnear, due June 5 from HarperAudio (9hr)

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