Audible is now Offering Free Audio Book Stories for Kids




Audible has launched free, on-demand storytime with Audible Stories, a database of free audio books for kids and teens in response to school closures, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The service is available to everyone, including those without a subscription, with unlimited access to hundreds of free, full-length audiobooks and educational content.

Audio books include classic tales like Winnie the Pooh, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Aladdin, Jane Eyre and The Call of the Wild. Stories are also offered in six different languages including English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Japanese.

Audible, owned by Amazon, is the world's largest distributor of digital audiobooks.

No log-in or registration is required to access the free stories.

Storytime is important — it teaches and it entertains. Start listening to your favourite children's stories here.

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