Audible Stories offers South Africans Free, Unlimited Listening to Hundreds of AudioBooks




Audible, the leading creator and provider of premium spoken-word entertainment and audiobooks, has made hundreds of titles available for free, unlimited streaming from anywhere in the world. South Africans can listen to hundreds of powerful, entertaining stories – most suitable for listening with children – simply by visiting Stories.Audible.com.



An audiobook brings words off the page and stories to listeners’ ears, through spoken word performances by incredible actors and sometimes from the authors themselves. Stories.Audible.com, which launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and will remain active through early September, allows parents and children to take a break from screens and use their imaginations while listening to favorite stories or discovering new ones.



For the parents of young children striving to keep the littlest listeners engaged, Audible Stories offers beloved classics for beginning readers. Adventure to Hundred Acre Wood with A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh. Older children can fall down the rabbit hole with Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Or soar over Agrabah on a magic carpet ride in Aladdin. Teens can visit the English countryside in Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, breathe in the Alaskan wilderness in The Call of the Wild, or brave rough seas in Melville’s Moby Dick. These and a library of hundreds of other listens will be available at no cost, with no catch.

From the beginning, Audible has become part of millions of peoples’ lives providing inspiration, education, and entertainment. Head over now to start listening.

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