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Audiobook of the month
In the previous newsletter, I wrote about our partnership with Libro.fm, and have decided that I will start sharing my favorite "listen" of the month. These featured audiobooks will include new releases and past favorites.
I decided to listen to Small Great Things for many reasons, but the final push to download the book was discovering that Audra McDonald would be reading the part of Ruth Jefferson, an African-American nurse. Ms. McDonald performed last summer at Cotuit Center for the Arts.
Jodi Picoult, well known for taking on challenging social issues in her novels, highlights race relations in this book. Ruth, a labor and delivery nurse in a Connecticut hospital, is asked not to touch the newborn baby of a white supremacist couple.
Picoult's novel presents the reader/listener with the view of being African American in America today. The line between fitting in to thrive and being true to yourself is narrow and fraught with obstacles.
Listening to the white supremacist's view of the world was difficult but enlightening.
Kennedy McQuarrie, Ruth's attorney, starts her relationship with Ruth by saying she didn't see black and white. As the story continues she learns that we all see black and white, it's how we engage that is important.
Audiobook memberships are now available through Eight Cousins! Powered by our audiobook partner Libro.fm, your first audiobook is $0.99 and the service costs only $14.99 per month. You'll get to select from 70,000+ audiobooks, including New York Times bestsellers and hidden gems curated by our indie bookseller sisters and brothers all over the country. Best of all, you'll be supporting your own local, independent bookstore, Eight Cousins.
We have signed copies of these books in stock.