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There are few things in life as magical as hearing a good story. It’s a way to transport yourself to another world, meet new friends, and learn about new cultures and worlds. And what could be more fun than listening to an audiobook? Audiobooks are great! Not only are they entertaining, but they can also help kids learn new vocabulary, improve their listening skills, and increase their attention span.
1 – Viva Durant and the Madness of Madame Bouchard
After spending the holiday break in New Orleans, Viva is tasked with uncovering the cause of a weird sickness that has been linked to Madame Bouchard’s, a nearby creole restaurant. Was there a simple culinary error, or were consumers intentionally poisoned? Who may be responsible for the chaos? In the week she has left, Viva must figure out the mystery of the food while juggling a long-standing rivalry, rumors of voodoo sorcery, and Thanksgiving dinner with her extended family.
2 – The Flying Flamingo Sisters
Flo, Faye, and Franny, the Flamingo Sisters, flee the hands of their villainous Uncle Freidrich (who believes girls should never pilot aeroplanes). They quickly become a smashing phenomenon, performing aerial acrobatics, wing walking, and other death-defying feats in a three-cockpit biplane.
3 – Horse Girl
Wills, a seventh-grader who is completely head over heels in love with horses, is over the moon when she gets the chance to begin training at the esteemed Oakwood Riding Academy. Amara, the leader of the #HorseGirls, and her gang aren’t going to let Wills just enter their club. Wills struggles to learn how to ride a horse, deal with her Air Force pilot mother being hundreds of miles away, and maintain composure in front of (gasp!) Horse Boys.
4 – Cece Rios and the King of Fears
Cece Rios believed that rescuing her sister would be the culmination of her explorations of the creature’s world. Juana’s spirit, however, is still partially imprisoned in Devil’s Alley. Juana decides to take her fate into her own hands and goes out on her own, determined to restore her soul and exact revenge on El Sombrerón, while Cece tries to figure out how to get it back using her new curandera talents.
5 – The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse
With a lovely musical backdrop and the authentic animal noises of rural England, author and illustrator Charlie Mackesy bring to life the timeless story of The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse in an audiobook.
6 – Interview with the Robot
Interview with the Robot, a science fiction tale for young readers, portrays a distinctive woman who seeks the truth about herself. Although Eve appears to be a typical 12-year-old girl, she is everything from typical. Her last name is unknown. no guardian or parents. She is evading a deadly and covert organization that would do anything to find her. The most incredible thing of all is that she is a robot made by Eden Laboratories. When Eve learns the truth, she understands that everything she believed to be true about herself was a lie. Eve successfully makes her way out of the lab, her only known home, and runs away.
7 – Foreverywhere
A young unicorn—possibly the last one left on Earth—sets out to build the finest band in the fantasy city of Annville with the help of a giant named Rick, a spider named Betsy, and the guitar-smashing Princess Rainbow. But first, they’ll have to deal with a rival band out to destroy them as well as the increasingly bizarre weather that seems to follow Princess Rainbow everywhere. Will this oddball gang be able to improve?
8 – The Mystery of Alice
The chance of a lifetime has been granted to thirteen-year-old Emily Poe: the chance to enroll in the prestigious Audyn School in Manhattan. She must, however, succeed on an exam unlike any she has ever taken in order to receive the scholarship. A locked door, a largely empty room, and a series of odd hints. The Leopold Foundation, a shadowy group, is also keeping tabs on her every step. But the true test has only just started. Despite the unusual circumstances—in a new home, at a new school. Emily and Alice Wray quickly become friends. Alice then vanishes after that.
9 – Riley Mack and the Other Known Troublemakers
A crazy band of brave young crusaders embark on an epic journey to stop evildoers in their neighborhood in this middle grade Audible Original that is full of heart and fun.
10 – The Island of Dr. Libris
The I Funny series co-author and author of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library has a brand-new book out! This action-packed New York Times bestseller, which demonstrates that sometimes the actual tale begins after you close the book, celebrates the power of imagination.
11 – Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library
Kyle Keeley is the class clown, well-liked by the majority of students (if not the professors), and a passionate enthusiast of all games, especially video games. He idolizes Luigi Lemoncello, the most infamous and inventive video game creator in history, who also happens to be the brilliant mind behind the construction of the new town library.
12 – Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment
Max Einstein is to magic what Harry Potter was to children’s imaginations! “If you’re interested in science, mysteries, or brave women, this is a must-read,” exclaims number one best-selling author James Patterson of the first and only children’s adventure book that has been authorized by the Albert Einstein Archives.
13 – Stellaluna
Fruit bat Stellaluna and her mother are assaulted by a ferocious owl while out foraging. Stellaluna is taken in by a family of birds after being separated from Mother Bat, where she must give up her bat customs in order to blend in. But on a tragic flight, Stellaluna loses contact with her adoptive siblings and is reunited with her bat family, where she discovers that despite our differences, we are quite similar.
14 – The Day the Crayons Quit
Duncan only wants to color, poor guy. But when he opens his crayon box, all he sees are letters, all of which read, “His crayons have had enough!” They gave up! Brown Crayon always gets the best deals, and Beige Crayon is sick of it. Beyond merely outlining, Black wants to be utilized for other things. After coloring all those bodies of water, blue wants a rest. And Yellow and Orange have stopped conversing since each of them thinks he represents the genuine hue of the sun.
15 – The Day the Crayons Came Home
Whatever it is about Duncan the child, his crayons undoubtedly make for a colorful cast of characters! Duncan now has to deal with a brand-new group of crayons who are pleading for his help after calming the upset sentiments of one group that threatened to quit. Each and every crayon has a heartbreaking story to tell and a plea to be returned to the crayon box, from Maroon Crayon, who got lost under the sofa cushions and broke in two after Dad sat on him, to poor Turquoise, whose head is now stuck to one of Duncan’s stinky socks after they both ended up in the dryer together.
16 – Howl’s Moving Castle
Young Sophie Hatter attracts the unwelcome attention of the Witch of the Waste in the kingdom of Ingary, where seven league boots and invisibility cloaks are real. With Diana Wynne Jones’ distinctive blend of magic, humor, and creativity, her relationships with Calcifer, Howl, and Michael and her quest to overcome her curse come to life.
17 – Castle in the Air
In the Land of Ingary, young Abdullah, a carpet salesman, thinks he is the long-lost son of a renowned king. When Abdullah sees the gorgeous Flower-in-the-Night, all of a sudden, his daydreams come true. Despite the fact that they are destined to be together, a bitter genie, an ugly djinn, and other nasty bandits have other ideas.
18 – House of Many Ways
While he is unwell, Charmain Baker is taking care of Great Uncle William’s cottage. She runs upon an imposing sorceress called Sophie while being caught up in a vigorous royal quest. Can the Wizard Howl and the fire demon Calcifer be discovered where Sophie is?
19 – Green Is for Christmas
Other crayons inform Green Crayon that without them, Christmas would also not exist when he asserts that green is the only hue appropriate for the holiday. Red is necessary for candy canes and Santa, White is necessary for snow, Silver is necessary for bells and stars, and Tan is necessary for cookies and reindeer. The crayons concur that working together will be necessary to truly make Christmas unique.
20 – The Bad Seed Presents: The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky
The Bad Seed enjoys celebrating Halloween the most. But what should a seed do if he can’t locate the perfect outfit for the big event? Of course, postpone trick-or-treating for everyone! Learn more in this funny, endearing, and provocative addition to Jory John’s bestselling series.
21 – The Bad Seed
Here is The Bad Seed by Jory John, a lovely and adorable story that serves as a reminder of the remarkable transformational power of will, acceptance, and simply being yourself. The Bad Seed is ideal for both young and old listeners and shows that everyone has the power to change for the better.
22 – The Couch Potato
The Sofa Potato doesn’t have to leave the sunken couch cushion because everything is within reach. However, when the power goes out, Couch Potato is compelled to leave the cozy confines of the living room and go outside. Could the views outside in the sunshine possibly be superior to those on a screen?
23 – The Good Egg
The wonderful egg is here. He really is a really excellent egg. However, it’s challenging to attempt to be so kind when everyone else is just plain evil. The good egg begins to shatter under the pressure of feeling like he must be flawless while the other eggs in the dozen act improperly. He, therefore, thinks that enough is enough! He ought to alter his ways now. Jory John creates a humorous and endearing tale that serves as a reminder of the value of balance, self-care, and accepting the people we love. Ideal for a family storytime!
24 – The Bad Seed Goes to the Library
As a Level 1 I Can Read book, The Bad Seed Goes to the Library is ideal for kids starting to sound out words and phrases. The brief sentences, well-known vocabulary, and basic ideas in Level One books enable success for young readers who are ready to begin reading independently, whether shared at home or in a classroom.
25 – The Good Egg Presents: The Great Eggscape!
Shel (an egg) dislikes playing hide-and-seek in groups, especially when he is designated “It.” Shel unwillingly plays, though, since he doesn’t want to let his buddies down. But even after a morning of searching, someone is still missing. Will the pals from the dozen eggs ever meet up again? Learn more in this funny egg hunt adventure that encourages us to reach out to our friends in need.
The Little Mermaid: Against the Tide
In this original novel by J. Elle, Ariel, the youngest daughter of King Triton, is dubbed the Protector of her ocean territory for the Coral Moon festival. However, her sister Mala is abducted, and Ariel must work with her siblings to find the truth about her mother’s disappearance. They must travel to various seas, outsmart dangerous creatures, and delve into forbidden waters to uncover new secrets about their family and kingdom. Ariel must face the loss of a mother she never knew and learn the importance of being a good sister and strong leader. The clock is ticking, as the moon turns a true shade of coral, Ariel’s sister will be lost forever, just like her mother. Inspired by Disney’s impending live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid”