Best Children & Family Listening Audiobooks of 2018

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2018 Best Children & Family Listening Audiobooks

2018 Best Children & Family Listening AudiobooksAudioFile’s 2018 Best Audiobooks list is out, and I am so excited to be talking about the Children’s category. I always love reading everyone’s “Best Of” lists at this time of year because 1) I love to see my favorites get some love, and 2) it introduces me to gems that I missed over the year. I hope this list does both for you as well. And I’m curious, what would be on your Best Children’s Audiobooks of 2018? Please leave a comment below to share your family’s favorites this year so I can discover even more gems! Read more…

Sonja Cole
As a former middle school librarian and author of Booktalking Around the World: Great Global Reads for Ages 9-14, Sonja’s mission is to get kids excited about books.

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Celebrating Audiobook Month with AudioFile’s reviewers

Jessica Coates

June is Audiobooks Month

While we celebrate fantastic audiobooks all year long, we’re never ones to say no to a party. Since June is Audiobook Month, all month long we’re sharing why we love audiobooks here on our blog and on our social media channels (look for #loveaudiobooks on Twitter and Facebook to join!). Because we know that our reviewers are some of the biggest audiobook fans around, we’re sharing some of the reasons that they love listening.

Reviewer Susie Wilde has discovered that audiobooks are a great help with ADD and says, “Mornings when I can’t get going, my go-to strategy is audiobooks. My theory is that when my right brain is occupied with a story, my left brain is free to organize my day.” Shira Pilarski agrees that listening is great for multitasking and says, “A great narrator can bring me into a story in a way that print books simply can’t. I connect more strongly with characters when I hear their voices.” Read more…

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