Question of the Day:
If people who read books on paper are called bookworms,
then are people who
Audio books are considered to be the fastest-growing segment in the publishing industry, growing 75 percent since 1995 and representing $2 billion in annual sales, according to the Audio Publishers Association (APA).
(U) Recorded Books, 1994 (5.5h/4ca)
Narrated by John Randolph Jones
Roger Caras, renowned
naturalist and president of the ASPCA, conveys his respect for “the great
trimmer, the unrelenting reaper, the great cat of the Florida Southern swamp.”
The listener will hear the diamondback’s deadly rattle, feel the fury as the
winds of Hurricane Dora batter the cat’s man-made prison, and, in the end, come
away with a painful awareness of just how tragic the loss of this elusive
species would be.