Audio Bookshelf of Belfast was founded in 1993, and has become a significant pla
Audio Bookshelf of Belfast was founded in 1993, and has become a significant player in the growing audio book industry. The company averages around seven books a year, and has garnered impressive critical notice in its short existence. Heather Frederick, founder and owner, favors established New England authors when selecting her texts. Reviews of "Rachel Carson, Voice for the Earth," by Ginger Wadsworth, read by Melissa Hughes; "Zora Neale Huston, Stories," read by Renee Joshua-Porter; and "Miss Rumphius and Island Boy," by Barbara Cooney, read by Tracy Lord.
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Little, Carl, "Audio Bookshelf of Belfast was founded in 1993, and has become a significant pla" (1996). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1767.
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