DARE TO BE KIND, written and read by Lizzie Velasquez with Catherine Avril Morris – Audiobooks Clip by HachetteAudio

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YouTube sensation and motivational speaker Lizzie Velasquez offers a plan to create a “culture of kindness” that starts with better self-esteem for all and, ultimately, leads to the eradication of bullying and a more compassionate world.

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When Lizzie Velasquez was 17 years old, she came across a video online titled The World’s Ugliest Woman–only to discover that it featured her. In response, she decided to stand up on behalf of victims everywhere and created a YouTube channel and TED talk that have drawn tens of millions of viewers. In this revelatory book, Lizzie reveals the hidden forces that give rise to cruelty, and how we can redirect them to unlock empathy and kindness. Lizzie advocates we:
¥ Fully embrace people’s differences as well as our own
¥ Throw on our “capes” and overcome the obstacles in our paths
¥ Believe in love and take on the world with the right mental attitude

Brilliantly drawing on Lizzie’s own experiences, Dare to Be Kind presents the path to radical acceptance, love, and tolerance, and provides a framework to help you lead a confident, resilient life and, ultimately, build a more compassionate world for everyone.

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Available June 6, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, Hardcover, Paperback, and E-book from Hachette Books.

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STING-RAY AFTERNOONS, written by Steve Rushin, read byGreg Baglia – Audiobooks Clips by HachetteAudio

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A bittersweet, funny memoir of childhood told through a tour of 1970s America via its objects, history, and culture.

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Steve Rushin’s childhood featured Bic Pen spitball launchers, Mr. Clean and Scrubbing Bubbles, light sabers and Schwinn bikes, and a father whose job was selling 8-track tapes for 3M. In STINGRAY AFTERNOONS, he uses the objects of ’70s America to tell the story of a father, and a family that seems right out of That ’70s Show — and begins to go its own ways at the dawn of the ’80s.

A rare talent able to blend the laugh out loud funny with tender moments, Rushin invites readers into his childhood. His observations of America during this period — its litterbugs, leaded gas, and cultural rebirth — add up to a powerful memoir and a poignant look at a family that you’ll want to share with every child of the ’70s you know.

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Available July 3, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, Paperback, Hardcover, and E-book from Little Brown.

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A bittersweet, funny memoir of childhood told through a tour of 1970s America via its objects, history, and culture.

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A rare talent able to blend the laugh out loud funny with tender moments, Rushin invites readers into his childhood. His observations of America during this period — its litterbugs, leaded gas, and cultural rebirth — add up to a powerful memoir and a poignant look at a family that you’ll want to share with every child of the ’70s you know.

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Available July 3, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, Paperback, Hardcover, and E-book from Little Brown.

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STING-RAY AFTERNOONS, written by Steve Rushin, read byGreg Baglia – Audiobooks Clips by HachetteAudio

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A bittersweet, funny memoir of childhood told through a tour of 1970s America via its objects, history, and culture.

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Steve Rushin’s childhood featured Bic Pen spitball launchers, Mr. Clean and Scrubbing Bubbles, light sabers and Schwinn bikes, and a father whose job was selling 8-track tapes for 3M. In STINGRAY AFTERNOONS, he uses the objects of ’70s America to tell the story of a father, and a family that seems right out of That ’70s Show — and begins to go its own ways at the dawn of the ’80s.

A rare talent able to blend the laugh out loud funny with tender moments, Rushin invites readers into his childhood. His observations of America during this period — its litterbugs, leaded gas, and cultural rebirth — add up to a powerful memoir and a poignant look at a family that you’ll want to share with every child of the ’70s you know.

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Available July 3, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, Paperback, Hardcover, and E-book from Little Brown.

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STING-RAY AFTERNOONS, written by Steve Rushin, read byGreg Baglia – Audiobooks Clips by HachetteAudio

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A bittersweet, funny memoir of childhood told through a tour of 1970s America via its objects, history, and culture.

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Steve Rushin’s childhood featured Bic Pen spitball launchers, Mr. Clean and Scrubbing Bubbles, light sabers and Schwinn bikes, and a father whose job was selling 8-track tapes for 3M. In STINGRAY AFTERNOONS, he uses the objects of ’70s America to tell the story of a father, and a family that seems right out of That ’70s Show — and begins to go its own ways at the dawn of the ’80s.

A rare talent able to blend the laugh out loud funny with tender moments, Rushin invites readers into his childhood. His observations of America during this period — its litterbugs, leaded gas, and cultural rebirth — add up to a powerful memoir and a poignant look at a family that you’ll want to share with every child of the ’70s you know.

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Available July 3, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, Paperback, Hardcover, and E-book from Little Brown.

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A bittersweet, funny memoir of childhood told through a tour of 1970s America via its objects, history, and culture.

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Steve Rushin’s childhood featured Bic Pen spitball launchers, Mr. Clean and Scrubbing Bubbles, light sabers and Schwinn bikes, and a father whose job was selling 8-track tapes for 3M. In STINGRAY AFTERNOONS, he uses the objects of ’70s America to tell the story of a father, and a family that seems right out of That ’70s Show — and begins to go its own ways at the dawn of the ’80s.

A rare talent able to blend the laugh out loud funny with tender moments, Rushin invites readers into his childhood. His observations of America during this period — its litterbugs, leaded gas, and cultural rebirth — add up to a powerful memoir and a poignant look at a family that you’ll want to share with every child of the ’70s you know.

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Available July 3, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, Paperback, Hardcover, and E-book from Little Brown.

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BUT SERIOUSLY, written and read by John McEnroe and Featuring Patty Smyth – Audiobook Clip by HachetteAudio

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Provocative and legendary tennis star and expert commentator John McEnroe’s long-awaited follow-up to his #1 bestseller.
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15 years after You Cannot Be Serious, John McEnroe is finally back and ready to talk once again. He’s more influential than ever, announcing at tennis’s majors; guest starring on TV shows like 30 Rock and Curb Your Enthusiasm; and competing on the court, winning ATP Tour of Champions tournaments and playing in exhibitions and charity events around the globe. The outspoken, controversial, and respected tennis legend reveals even more from his life and career with the signature style that has made him an enduring cultural and sports icon, offering sharp and funny opinions on today’s games and stars, his greatest victories and defeats, and the state of the world we live in, selfies and all.

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Available June 27, 2017 from Hachette Audio as a CD and as a digital download, and in Hardcover and Ebook from Little, Brown & Company.

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