Audible opens new free site to stream children’s audiobooks internationally as schools close during the coronavirus crisis

With schools closing during the coronavirus pandemic, Audible has set up Stories.Audible.com where ‘anyone, in any country, can enjoy unlimited streaming of hundreds of titles for kids and families for free’.

The audiobooks have been picked by Audible editors and feature a mix of education, entertainment and general interest titles, covering classic to the contemporary. The collection includes classics such as Winnie the Pooh, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Aladdin, Jane Eyre and The Call of the Wild.

Audible says, ‘For as long as schools are closed, we will be open. Keeping to our founding belief that the spoken word can be inspiring and transporting in deeply intimate ways, we have created Stories.Audible.com — a place where anyone, in any country, can enjoy unlimited streaming of hundreds of titles for kids and families for free.

‘Listeners can access the site from their computers, tablets and smartphones and enjoy selections in six languages — English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Japanese. There’s no log-in and no need to be an Audible member. Just visit Stories.Audible.com and start listening.’


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