1. Joy Daggett

    This is great!! I’m going to have to download some of these and play them for the kids. I’m looking for ways to ween them away from movies so much. Another great application for these audio books is for people with learning difficulties like dyslexia. They do a lot better listening than reading. Thanks!

  2. My children have fond memories when we were living in the country of sitting around a tape player listening to “Pilgrim’s Progress” on tape so many times they had it memorized. They also listened to Enid Blyton books. On Friday nights they would have the added fun of a hot chocolate. Your girls would probably be open to listening to a story if you turned it into a pajama party. 🙂

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