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.

Saints at the River

by
Ron Rash

A child's body is trapped on the bottom of South Carolina's Tamassee River and her parents want it recovered. Environmentalists, politicians, the family and the townspeople square off in a battle over how best to resolve the situation and protect this wild and scenic river. Maggie Glenn, a newspaper photographer sent to cover the story, returns to her hometown and is forced to face her past. 

Reader:
Kimberly Roberts
Reading Time:
5 hours, 24 minutes

Signs and Wonders

by
Roger Pinckney

In this collection of essays, the author paints a vivid portrait of his lowcountry South Carolina birthplace and his present home on Daufuskie Island. This book is a poignant rendering of the emotional, social, and physical geography of a very special place and the struggle to preserve it. 

Reader:
Charles Bierbauer
Reading Time:
4 hours, 6 minutes

Skyward

by
Mary Alice Monroe

Harris Henderson handles injured birds with ease at his Low Country birds of prey rehab center, but he has no idea how to manage his diabetic five-year-old daughter Marion. Enter Ella Majors, a pediatric nurse-turned-nanny. As Ella cares for the girl, she becomes an integral part of the Henderson’s' lives and, before long, Harris begins to see her as more than a caretaker. 

Reader:
Patricia Voelker
Reading Time:
11 hours, 35 minutes
Download: Skyward - DSC 481

South Carolina Wildlife Magazine, Nov. 2012 through Dec. 2012

by
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

South Carolina Wildlife Magazine, published by the state Department of Natural Resources is a showcase for the state's natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities. This award-winning publication devoted exclusively to our great outdoors is published 6 times a year. 

South Carolina Wildlife, May 2012 through Jun. 2012

by
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

South Carolina Wildlife Magazine, published by the state Department of Natural Resources is a showcase for the state's natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities. This award-winning publication devoted exclusively to our great outdoors is published 6 times a year. 

South Carolina Wildlife, Nov. 2011 through Feb. 2012

by
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

South Carolina Wildlife Magazine, published by the state Department of Natural Resources is a showcase for the state's natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities. This award-winning publication devoted exclusively to our great outdoors is published 6 times a year. 

South Carolina Wildlife, Sep. 2012 through Oct. 2012

by
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

South Carolina Wildlife Magazine, published by the state Department of Natural Resources is a showcase for the state's natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities. This award-winning publication devoted exclusively to our great outdoors is published 6 times a year. 

Sweet Home Carolina

by
T. Lynn Ocean

When Atlanta public relations exec Jaxie Parker is assigned a pro bono case to revive her boss' sleepy hometown of Rumton, South Carolina, it seems like a lost cause. But Jaxie ends up falling in love with the town and its quirky residents and discovers a pirate-filled past that could be the ticket to luring tourists. 

Reader:
Kerry Stubbs

Tales from the South Carolina Upstate: Where Cotton and Peaches Grow

by
Nancy Rhyne

The South Carolina Upstate region is replete with enchanted forests, natural waterfalls, mineral springs, fresh air, farm stands, caves, and lakes. Using oral history excerpts compiled by the Depression-era Federal Writers Project, the author chronicles the natural and human history of this area. 

Reader:
Charles Bierbauer
Reading Time:
3 hours, 11 minutes

The Adventures of Little Lee-lee and Sir Tickle, the Friendly Pickle

by
Alicia Chisolm

After Lee-lee is diagnosed with juvenile diabetes, her imagination comes to life in the form of a giant friendly dill pickle named Sir Tickle, who tries to keep her on the right path regarding her diabetes. Sir Tickle helps Lee-lee overcome difficulties and finally shows her what her future will hold if she chooses not to care for her diabetes as instructed. For grades 3–6. 

Reader:
Sherry Andrews
Reading Time:
24 minutes

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