Greg Howard The Whispers
The Whispers Author Greg Howard on the Magical Act of Listening to Audiobooks

I listen to audiobooks quite a bit—on the commute to and from work, on long weekend walks, while shopping and training at the gym, etc. And for me, a narrator can make or break the experience and determine whether or not I’m willing to commit several hours to the production. On the other hand, a great narrator can illuminate, even elevate the text, holding my attention for hours with no problem. Read more

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Bully Prevention Month
8 Audiobooks to Share During Bullying Prevention Month

Of the many things kids of all ages and backgrounds face every day, bullying, unfortunately, is one of the most prevalent shared experiences. In a large-scale effort to address the issue, October has been designated National Bullying Prevention Month. Read more

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Supernatural audiobooks kids can listen to
Supernatural Listens for Teens and Middle Schoolers

October is one of the best times to listen to spine-tingling tales, as the days get short, the nights longer, and Halloween looms on the horizon.

Rather than spook younger readers with gruesome horror stories, why not share some gentler supernatural audiobooks? Read more

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Audiobooks for kids during HIspanic Heritage Month
6 Audiobooks to Share with Kids During Hispanic Heritage Month

It’s important for kids of all ages to see diversity in literature that reflects the world around them. Additionally, it’s important to discover stories that explore cultural heritages similar and different from their own. That’s why these audiobooks are perfect listens for you and your children during Hispanic Heritage Month. Read more

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Allison Varnes Property of the Rebel Librarian
Author Allison Varnes: Audiobooks Make Reading Fun

During my eight years as a special education teacher, I frequently worked with high school students who struggled to be independent readers, due to disabilities and weak decoding and fluency skills. For them, reading meant devoting their energy to decoding the text, leaving no room for expressive reading. Read more

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Grandparents and grandchildren