Audible Providing Free Audio Books to Kids & Teens: Introducing the New Service, Audible Stories

A heads up to all par­ents, Audi­ble has announced that they’re pro­vid­ing free sto­ries for kids dur­ing this peri­od of social dis­tanc­ing, which inevitably means wide­spread school clo­sures. They write:

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.

All sto­ries are free to stream on your desk­top, lap­top, phone or tablet.

Explore the col­lec­tion, select a title and start lis­ten­ing.

It’s that easy.

Win­nie the Pooh, Alice’s Adven­tures in Won­der­land, Beat­rix Pot­ter–they’re all avail­able as free audio.

You can find more free audio books in our col­lec­tion, 1,000 Free Audio Books: Down­load Great Books for Free

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