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Students can listen to Audible Books for free

 

April 15, 2020



Wednesday, April 15

The Sentinel today starts a new online section, called Stay-At-Home Resources. It begins with news about a powerful book resource available for free:

Audible.com, a for-pay source for books and other print materials available for listening on computers and devices, has launched a free service for schools and students during the pandemic crisis.

The service allows learners to listen to books for free, and it includes a sweeping collection of well-known books in English and several other languages.

On the service you’ll find many established classics—Jane Eyre, Brave New World, The Call of the Wild, Pride and Prejudice, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Hamlet, Les Miserables, and a host of others. It includes J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, starting with her first, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, read by renowned British actor Stephen Fry.

Books are organized by categories such as Littlest Listeners, Elementary, Tween, Teen, Literary Classics, and Folk & Fairy Tales.

To learn more and start listening, visit: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen.

 

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