adventures in unschooling

Free Audiobooks

Cassius and I have really been enjoying listening to these audio books from the University of Florida. They have stories for ages kindergarten to grade twelve. Cassius transfers the stories onto his little mp3 player and listens to them has he builds Lego and before he falls asleep. He really enjoyed the Invisible Man by H.G.Wells and is looking forward to Dracula and Frankenstien (a little light summer listening).

go to

or if you have iTunes:

– Open iTunes program
– Click to go to the iTunes Store
– Click on iTunes U on the left sidebar
– On the lower left sidebar is a list entitled, “Universities”.
– Find and click University of South Florida
– Click on the icon of the little boy, “College of Education”.
– In the center bar, find Lit2Go:Audio Files for k12
– It automatically opens the Spanish language resources. Click the
grade above.

Robert Louis Stevenson, Longfellow, Bronte, Austin, Dickens, Twain,
Frances Hodges Burnett, Bram Stoker, Aesop–it’s quite an extensive
collection. Plus lectures on mathematics and logic for high school
students. There are 24 universities listed, so if it’s a lecture on
Science, Technology and Society from MIT you’re wanting, this is the
place to go.

4 responses

  1. Hi

    First of all thanks for the link to the University of Florida. I’m always looking for new sources for free print and audio books – after all that’s what I’m blogging about. My son, Alexander loves reading more than listening but I cover both formats. All the best

    John Rocha

    July 14, 2008 at 12:30 pm

  2. Nicki

    You can also download EBooks from the Burnaby Public Library.. I don’t have much experience with it, but I gather you can download them, and then they “expire” after a certain amount of time (the time you’d be returning your library book if it was a physical book)..

    Children’s material is here:


    August 23, 2008 at 11:37 pm

  3. Nicki

    Hmm.. well, maybe I’m wrong in that it’s not really a Burnaby Public Library thing, but actually a BC Library thing for many different towns and cities, including Vancouver.. the rest of the info still applies though. 😉

    August 23, 2008 at 11:41 pm

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