As parents, we constantly look for instances in the every day that can serve as potential teaching moments, or catalysts to instill good habits in our kids. While it may be a losing battle to get our little ones off the playground at sunset, or get them to keep their shoes on their feet when we’re trying to walk out the door, there is one mainstay that I personally find to be an enjoyable teaching opportunity, met with little to no resistance. That, my fellow parents, is a good story. Here are six audiobooks that teach, entertain, create opportunities for meaningful discussion, and leave the littles wanting more.
Spend a right ‘ol rollicking good time with Nick Offermanâ€™s All Rise: Audio Perambulation, an audiobook original experience of deliberate talking, mirth, and song that compels listeners to chuckle while also causing them to contemplate a better side of humanity than the one to which theyâ€™ve grown accustomed. READ MORE
Nick Offermanâ€™s newest book, Gumption, is a delight for your ears and mind. Unlike his debut, Paddle Your Own Canoe, a wonderful memoir about his upbringing and his ideas on what makes a good man, this book is, in his own words, â€śa mixtape of great Americans.â€ť Offerman chooses twenty-one professionally and historically diverse Americans that he admires, and they all have one important quality in common: gumption. READ MORE