Fall is settling in. We haven’t quite hit the official date on the calendar yet, but it starting to feel like it outside. The weather is back and forth from nice hot Indian Summer kind of days to wet was that all we got for fall kinda days. Either way, it is still perfect weather to dive into a book.
As a Home-school Mom it seems we are always reading a book. Either you are being read to or you are taking your turn at reading to your Home-schooled child. There is no doubt in my mind traditional Teachers also get to enjoy this back and forth exercise. Hearing their ability to read more fluently and see them begin to understand what they are reading is an incredible thing to watch develop.
I will confess, sometimes I want to sit next to my student and draw or paint right along with her. All the while, keeping with our habit of me reading while her creative mind transfers onto the paper, I’ve found a perfect solution here at Butler Memorial Library.
They aren’t a new thing. Audio books have been around for quite some time. But maybe they haven’t been on your radar like they haven’t been on mine until recently.
Adult & Children Audio Books
Did you know our library has both Adult and Children Audio books? I’ve gone through all of them and picked a few I thought may be something to pick up the next time you are in. There are several Young Adult appropriate choices that could be helpful when your older students tend to get a little lazy with their reading. Pick one up, make some hot cocoa and set down together. It will give you an opportunity to enjoy each others company and listen to a good book.
Marley & Me
Written and Read by John Grogan
P.S. I Love You
By Cecelia Ahern
Performed by Victoria Smurfit with Rupert Degas
Twilight Series 1-4
By Stephanie Meyer
Read by Ilyana Kadushin
Seabiscuit An American Legend
By Laura Hillenbrand
Read by Campbell Scott
By Laura Hillendbrand
Read by Edward Herrmann
Children Audio Books
Goodbye Summer Hello Autumn
By Kenard Pak
Read by Tanya Eby
Beginner’s Guide to Bear Spotting
By Michelle Robinson
Read by Tim Pabon
Pete the Cat: I love My White Shoes
Written and Read by Eric Litwin
There are a number of other titles to choose from. Take a look at them the next time you are in the library. Who knows, you may stumble upon your new favorite way to dive into a book.