Keep the mind active with 7 of the best Free Audio Book sites SJOG Liffey Services

Audiobooks are more emotionally engaging than TV and film – even if you don't realise it, according to a landmark new study from UCL. Here are 7 ways you can access Free Audio books while those who can #StaySafeAtHome.

If you have a Library card check out South Dublin libraries free archieve of books here. If you do not have a library card you can get one at this website. https://www.librariesireland.ie/elibrary

Amazon’s Audible is now FREE. You can listen to a large collection of stories, that will help us to continue dreaming, learning and just being engaged. All stories are FREE to stream on desktop, tablet, laptop or phone using the following link:- https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

LibriVox has lots of free audiobooks. If you feel you want to test out your narration skills you can also add your own voice to a book. https://librivox.org/

Digitalbook by Amazon works great if you have a Kindle or a Kindle App. There is a lot of classic stories on this platform. https://www.digitalbook.io/

Openculture has over 1000 books to listen too but be careful there are a lot of advertisments on the website. http://www.openculture.com/freeaudiobooks

If you like poetry check out Lit2Go https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/ there are a lot of classic stories and poems to be found

We all know Spotify is the place to go for music but you would be surprised with the amount of audio books available on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DX1L0MDB1OhZy?_php=1

Post compiled by SJOG Liffey Services March 2020

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