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Clap When You Land
Clap When You Land is a novel in verse about two sisters who learn about each other after their father’s death. In alternating chapters, the lyrical and expressive tones of these spoken-word performers are beautifully balanced. Listeners experience the pain and joy of the sisters as they reconcile and share their family stories.
Bahni Turpin’s exemplary narration is emotionally moving in this powerful story about addiction, child sexual abuse, and the loving bond between two sisters.
Kent State uses alternating voices to convey the experiences behind the shootings at Kent State University on May 4, 1970. Original music by Jim Pearce and vivid sound effects combine with the narration to create an immersive, thought-provoking, and immediate experience for any listener.
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You
Jason Reynolds’s engaging, conversational narration empowers listeners of this essential work to discuss and disrupt their roles within the ongoing history of racism and anti-racism in America.
When Stars Are Scattered
Faysal Ahmed skillfully leads a full cast performance that brings authenticity and emotion to Omar’s personal story and experiences in a refugee camp.