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Physicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein tells the stories of the stars

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein is a theoretical physicist and the author of The Disordered Cosmos, a moving and enlightening book about the science of the stars.

Recommended Reading

8 books every man should read

Everyone wanting to learn what it means to be a good man now should read these eBooks and audiobooks which each have a unique take on masculinity.

Kobo Products and Features

Kobo's Black Friday Deals

Kobo's Black Friday sales are on the way! Take your time and peruse eBooks, audiobooks, and eReaders. Scroll to find Black Friday deals in your region.

New Releases

40 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out November 16 - 22, 2021

New eBooks and audiobooks out November 16, including novels by David Baldacci and Dave Eggers, and Paul Simon telling his own story--with some help.

Author Interviews

Alexis Hall on the elements of a good mystery novel

Mystery novelist Alexis Hall shares 5 books that embody the key elements of a good mystery--and inspired his new book Murder Most Actual.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Janelle Shane on why artificial intelligence often seems dumb

We spoke with Janelle Shane, author of the book You Look Like a Thing and I Love You, about pickup lines, recipes, and assorted other AI weirdness.

Big Ideas

Jesse Wente: storyteller and truth-seeker

Jesse Wente, Anishinaabe broadcaster and arts leader, spoke with us about his new book and what he sees as the main obstacles to achieving reconciliation.

New Releases

39 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out November 9 - 15, 2021

New eBooks and audiobooks out November 9: the latest Michael Connelly, climate change comedy (seriously), and a cozy mystery about a true crime podcaster.

Big Ideas

Science journalist Michael Specter on writing for audio

Michael Specter, science journalist and staff writer for the New Yorker spoke with us about the writing process that went into his audiobook, Fauci.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Edward Rutherfurd on the endurance of human nature

Novelist Edward Rutherfurd spoke with us about historical research, representation, and how bookselling taught him the value of the first 3 pages.

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