Itâ€™s the start of the holiday season, which means time for sweets, gift giving, and family time. Since getting together with family often requires travel, weâ€™re here to help keep the trip smooth and fun for everyone. Check out our recommendations for titles that are interesting listens for a variety of ages:
For families with younger children:Grimmâ€™s Fairy Tales
Read by a cast of award-winning narrators, this collection contains the most timeless and enchanting folk and fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm. Itâ€™s an engaging listen for the whole family!Magnus Chase: The Hotel Valhalla Guide to the Norse Worlds
Rick Riordanâ€™s newest series, Magnus Chase, has delighted many young readers. With Kieran Culkin narrating this â€śwhoâ€™s whoâ€ť audio guide to the gods, goddesses, and other important figures of Norse mythology, everyone will learn something new while being entertained.
For families with teenagers:Me Earl and the Dying Girl
Maybe youâ€™ve read the critically acclaimed bestselling book or seen the inventive film adaptation. Maybe not. Either way the whole family is in for a treat with this revised audio edition. Youâ€™ll laugh, youâ€™ll cry, and youâ€™ll talk about this audiobook long after the car ride is over.What Light
Sierraâ€™s family moves from Oregon to California each Christmas season to sell Christmas trees. Caleb is a boy still trying to make up for a horrendous mistake he made years ago. This tale of first love and forgiveness will make the whole family feel warm and fuzzy!
For adult families:The Trespasser
New York Times bestselling author Tana French is back with a thrilling new Dublin Murder Squad mystery. Detective Antoinette Conway and her partner, Stephen Moran, are investigating an apparent loversâ€™ quarrel gone bad. Youâ€™ll want to keep driving so you can get to the end of this audiobook.Thanks for the Money
Your trip will fly by as you laugh your way through comedian Joel McHaleâ€™s satirical memoir. Bonus? Many of his famous friends lend their voices to each chapter header.