Lionshare

TBS Lionshare is a service similar to BARD but for locally produced digital talking books and magazines available for download. Please note that all digital talking books available from Lionshare are produced in an alternate format that can only be read on an NLS approved player.

Just like BARD, downloaded audio files are zipped and need to be unzipped onto a flash drive to play.

Going, Going, Gone!

by
Alan Katz

Readers will go wild and join in the chorus, singing sporty new lyrics to childhood classics. From football to baseball, soccer to archery, there’s a song for every court, field, and sporting occasion. For grades K-3. 

Reader:
Patricia Voelker
Reading Time:
12 minutes

Grace at Low Tide

by
Beth Webb Hart

DeVeaux DeLoach's blue-blood father has declared bankruptcy after too many bad business deals, so the DeLoaches must leave their fancy Charleston home for a small country cottage. As her father's schemes to recoup his losses come to nothing, he grows steadily more abusive. DeVeaux is kept afloat by her Christian faith, a cousin and the youth group leader at her church. 

Reader:
Kerry Stubbs
Reading Time:
8 hours, 2 minutes

House on Tradd Street

by
Karen White

Real estate agent Melanie Middleton inherits a historic Charleston home from a virtual stranger. Jack Trenholm, a writer obsessed with unsolved mysteries, has reason to believe that diamonds from the Confederate Treasury are hidden in the house. So he turns the charm on with Melanie, only to discover he has caught the attention of a malevolent ghost. 

Reader:
Kerry Stubbs
Reading Time:
10 hours, 26 minutes

How to Steal a Dog

by
Barbara O’Connor

Ever since her father left and they were evicted from their apartment, Georgina Hayes, her brother, Toby and their mother have been living in their car. When Georgina spots a missing-dog poster with a reward of five hundred dollars, the solution to all her problems suddenly seems within reach. For grades 3-6. 

Reader:
Patricia Voelker
Reading Time:
3 hours, 9 minutes

Louie

by
Will Hillenbrand

Little Louie the pig loves drawing. After starting school he continues to draw, even when the other little pigs are doing lessons. Years later, he meets Miss May who suggests he write books for little piggies. Eventually Louie meets Mimi, the love of his life and during their honeymoon finds an unexpected path to his first book. Grade K-3. 

Reading Time:
8 minutes
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Marsh Madness

by
Caroline Cousins

South Carolina cousins Lindsey Fox, Margaret Ann ("Mam") Matthew and Bonnie Lynn Tyler get together for a grand wedding at Pinckney Plantation on Indigo Island. When one of the bridesmaids goes missing and her look-alike assistant is found unconscious, the three amateur sleuths soon find themselves tangled in a kudzu-like mystery. 

Reader:
Jane Willis
Reading Time:
5 hours, 48 minutes

My Book Box

by
Will Hillenbrand

An elephant and a frog wonder what they can do with a plain cardboard box. They come up with many different ideas, including a book box. Provides instructions for making a book box and it's many fun possibilities. Grade K-3. 

Reading Time:
4 minutes

New York is English, Chattanooga is Creek

by
Chris Raschka

Suppose you are a city. Who named you Santa Fe, or Portland, or Tombstone, or whatever your name is? This book invites you to a big party with lots of relatives, near and far, from all over the nation. For grades P–2. 

Reader:
Kallie Earnest
Reading Time:
13 minutes

Oh My Goodness! More Surprises from Fair Acres

by
Effie Leland Wilder

Once again, Hattie McNair takes note of her lovable cohorts at FairAcres Retirement Home. Neighbor Mr. C. befriends a young man with some legal troubles. The residents pitch in to help build a house for a FairAcres employee. And Hattie's writing success continues as she enters a short story contest. 

Reader:
Delores Pluto
Reading Time:
3 hours, 20 minutes

Ramblings of a Low Country Game Warden

by
Ben McC Moise

Former South Carolina game warden recalls his nearly twenty-five year career patrolling the coastal woods, marshes, and waters of the Palmetto State. Author shares tales of adventure, humor, and danger as he enforced the fish and game laws on the Carolina coast from 1978 to 2002. 

Reader:
Ted Hayne
Reading Time:
8 hours, 53 minutes

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