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26 FREE YA and Classic Audiobook Downloads – Starts Today!

Do you love to listen to audiobooks?
Do you like FREE books?

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SYNC YA Literature into Your Earphones –
2 Free Audiobook Downloads Each Week!

May 15– August 20, 2014
Teens and other readers of Young Adult Literature will have the opportunity to listen to bestselling titles and required reading classics this summer.  Each week from May 15 – August 20, 2014, SYNC will offer two free audiobook downloads – a current titled paired with a classic title.

BUT HURRY!
Each pair are only available to download for one week, so don’t miss out on these free audiobooks!

Here’s the complete list of titles.sync_poster

What books are you excited to listen to this summer?sync_icon

Remember – You can check out and download audiobooks
(and ebooks) with your Seattle Public Library card for FREE 24/7.

 

Just Can't Get Enough: I Am Number Four

i-am-number-four-by-pittacus-loreYou’ve read I Am Number Four and the other books in the Lorien Legacies series, but you’re hungry for more set in the world created by Pittacus Lore… Get ready for some good news!

 

 

 

 

 

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Just Can't Get Enough: Mortal Instruments

cityofbonesYou’ve read City of Bones and everything else in the Mortal Instruments series, but you’re hungry for more set in the world created by Cassandra Clare… Get ready for some good news!

 

 

 

 

 

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Librivox

Recently, I was searching iTunes and I discovered an amazing thing… Librivox! “LibriVox volunteers read and record chapters of books in the public domain (books no longer under copyright), and make them available for free on the Internet” (from www.librivox.org).  I was utterly shocked and very pleasantly surprised when I discovered this. BECAUSE IT’S FREE! With nothing being free these days, I was amazed that iTunes didn’t charge anything.

Downloading these audio books will allow you to catch up on your reading, even if school work gets overwhelming. All the books recorded by Librivox are “in the public domain” which means that they were written before 1923. This may be disappointing to some, but for many others it is an opportunity to catch up on the classics. You can download anything from “Aesop’s Fables” and the Declaration of Independence to “War and Peace” and “Pride and Prejudice.” I highly recommend downloading several books off of iTunes from Librivox and visiting their website.

And of course, don’t forget that the library has free digital books that you can access any time with your library card and PIN!

Mack, Teen Center Adviser