Earlier this week we shared a list of classic kid’s audiobooks in celebration of Children’s Book Week. While there’s nothing like an old favorite, there’s also no shortage of new stories to be told. READ MORE
From The Hundred Acre Wood to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, children’s books have been transporting us to incredible places for decades. READ MORE
As summer begins to wind down, it’s important to grab all the down time you can before work (or school) picks back up.Â For me, that means listening to anything I can get my hands (ears?) on. Hereâ€™s what I’ve been enjoying recently:
Once upon a time has never sounded quite like this…
Listening Library has assembled an award-winning cast to read the most timeless and enchanting folk and fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm. READ MORE
Narrators. How do you create an audiobook without one? Impossible. You canâ€™t. Donâ€™t try. Think back to the first audiobook you listened to. Why were you hooked? The narrator was one reason why you kept hitting the play button, whether you knew it or not.
What makes a great audiobook narrator? Talent, voice range, and an understanding of the book are all important qualities. But most of all, fantastic narrators have the ability to tell a story that captivates the audience. Weâ€™ve kicked off the long list of noteworthy narrators with these favorites (in no particular order). READ MORE