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It is expected that Lee Yeongdo will write two more sequels, because of the quote in the series that mentions four birds. In the book there is a riddle about four bird brothers. One bird drank water, one drank poison, one drank blood and one drank tears. The riddle asks who of the four birds will die first. This riddle appears repeatedly throughout both The Bird That Drinks Tears and The Bird That Drinks Blood, and is entwined with many of the themes that run through two series.
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As mentioned on JRE #1812, #1813 and Instagram, Joe Rogan finished listening to The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. The War of Art is a motivational book about overcoming obstacles to creativity. Rogan has read it multiple times and been talking about it for years making it one of the most mentioned books on the podcast. He got the audiobook version to listen to in the sauna.
Joe Rogan revealed that he was listening to The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius audiobook in an April 4th, 2022 Instagram post. Marcus Aurelius was the Roman Emperor from 161 to 180 AD. Meditations is a collection of his personal writings on Stoic philosophy from various chapters in his life. Rogan wrote a lengthy commentary in his Instagram post on the the current state of our civilization compared to the way of life 1900 years ago.
Sapiens is one of the most mentioned books on the JRE Podcast. After several friends and guests recommended it to Rogan he decided to finally give the audiobook a listen. Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind is a New York Times bestseller by Israeli historian and professor Yuval Noah Harari. It is quite literally a brief history of humankind. Multiple human species co-existed 100,000 years ago and Harari explores how and why Homo Sapiens became the most successful and dominant species of humans. Rogan seemed to really enjoy the book.
The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart13 hours and 17 minutesI read this book back when I was a school librarian and have been a fan ever since. We listened to the whole 13+ hour audiobook in the car and my two older girls both LOVED it. As soon as we finished, Ella checked out the rest of the series and listened to them in a week (oh, to have that much listening time. . . ). The book begins with a strange ad in the newspaper asking super smart children to apply and when four children pass the test put before them. Now their job is to go on a secret mission at a mysterious school called the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened, and puzzles, tests, and riddles will be everywhere they turn. The television series on Disney+ is also REALLY great.
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg3 hours and 45 minutesThis was a middle grade audiobook we listened to a few years ago and I was just completely overwhelmed by how GOOD this story about siblings that run away from home and live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art is. This woman is a master writer.
The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson8 hours and 19 minutesThe three gifted Igiby siblings pull together their smarts, heart, and courage to defeat the evil Fangs of Dang who have crossed the dark sea to rule the land with malice. This audiobook also includes a PDF of maps, illustrations and character guides.
This three in one audiobook is the basis of the animated movie, Legend of the Guardians. It Is the story of Soren, Gylfie, Twilight and Digger as they seek the truth, reunite with their families and protect the owl world from danger.
Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder5 hours and 45 minutesI grew up on these books (I lived in Wisconsin until I was almost 7 and we went to the rebuilt Little House in the Big Woods which I still remember very clearly) and waited my whole life to have children of my own to read them to. When Ella was in kindergarten, we read the first four books together and my girls have listened to the audio dozens of times since then.
When Stars are Scattered by Victoria Jamieson3 hours and 42 minutesYou might think a graphic novel is really best enjoyed when you can see the . . . you know, graphics. But the audio version of this stunning book is out to prove you wrong with a full-cast narration that brings this true story of a young boy living in a refuge camp in Kenya, caring for his non-verbal younger brother and trying to attend school to life in the most stunning way. In fact, people who have listened to this audiobook tell me they feel sorry for people who read it on paper instead of getting to experience the audio version. This is a terrific one for both older middle grade readers and adults! 350c69d7ab