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Free Audio Books for Children: Audible Stories Helps Us Get Through Quarantine Status

With school out, these FREE Audible audiobooks come at a great time as they not only can be fun to listen to for the whole family but can also give parents a break!

Audible Stories is a new service where children and teenagers can listen to a huge selection of stories in six different languages.

And guess what?

Thanks to COVID19, it is FREE!

With the launch of this brand new service, Audible Stories says these audiobooks will be free as long as school is out. This will help continue learning to take place and give kids (and parents) a break from the stress that comes from this quarantine period.

“For as long as schools are closed, we’re open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids,” Audible Stories states on their home page,

This offer includes a wide range of books ranging from elementary school stories to classic stories for teenagers in high school.

Some of the books available on Audible Stories
Some of the books available on Audible Stories

The available audiobooks include classics such as Winnie-the-Pooh and Stone Soup for younger kids to White FangThe Call of the WildBrave New World, and Roots for those who are a bit older.

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