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New & Hot Reads

37 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 4 - 10

New eBooks and audiobooks for the week of May 4 including Stella the talking dog, tips for raising anti-racist kids, and essays from comedian Casey Wilson.

Author Interviews

Ian Williams on reading and writing -- and Word Problems

We spoke with Giller-winner Ian Williams about books he's reading and looking forward to reading, and how his poetry collection Word Problems took shape.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Malcolm Gladwell has found a new way to tell stories

Journalist Malcolm Gladwell spoke with us about his new book, The Bomber Mafia, and why he's so enthusiastic about working on podcasts and audiobooks now.

Author Interviews

Sifting the layers of history with novelist Jennifer Robson

We spoke with historical novelist and Kobo Emerging Writer Prize judge Jennifer Robson about how she writes her sweeping historical novels.

New & Hot Reads

32 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out April 27 - May 3

New eBooks and audiobooks out April 27: a new Malcolm Gladwell audiobook, the end of men(?!), and Instagram celeb Leslie Jordan asks, "how y'all doin'?"

Kobo Products and Features

New features and fixes in Kobo apps and eReaders

Check out improvements in search, and see how we've made it easier to pick up book browsing where you left off. Plus more book picks from the Product team.

Kobo Staff Picks

Get ready for more Staff Picks from Kobo

We caught up with Kobo's Content Sales Lead to find out about the new Staff Picks page, and to hear all about the eBook she's recommending.

Big Ideas

Books for understanding and combating climate change

We've collected some of the best recent eBooks and audiobooks that explain what climate change means for our future, and how we can fight against it.

Big Ideas

How one carbon offset program is changing lives

What does carbon neutrality mean for tree farmers in Kenya? We take a deep dive into how carbon offsets can transform communities.

Author Interviews

How YA novelist Tanya Boteju wrote about big feels on fast wheels

YA author Tanya Boteju told us what she's been reading and how she came to see roller derby as a place for healing in her new book, Bruised.

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