COVID-19: Hundreds of Free Audible Audiobooks for Kids While Schools Are Closed

Hundreds of Free Audible Audiobooks for Kids While Schools Are Closed

As schools remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, kids are at home complaining there is nothing to do. Parents, on the other hand are stuck at home with their children, and are wondering how to keep them engaged without going insane.

Well, if this is your case, worry no more! iWanSabi as an educational portal has done a search for you and your kids on how best to keep them educationally busy during this pandemic with Stories!

As a matter of fact, stories entertain. They teach. They keep young minds active, alert, and engaged. And this curated collection is FREE for your kids!

Audible, the audiobook service owned by Amazon, is offering free streams on selected children’s stories.

“For as long as schools are closed, we’re open,” Audible said on its website. “Kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories.”


A typical subscription to Audible is $14.95 per month. But Audible is telling you today that as long as the coronavirus pandemic is on and schools closed, you will not pay a dime for your kids to listen its hundreds of children’s stories online.

You don’t have to register for an Audible account to get started listening. All you need do is to point your browser towards and you can start an audiobook of your choice for your kids right away.

The books are separated into six categories:

  1. Littlest Listeners
  2. Elementary
  3. Tween
  4. Teen
  5. Literary Classics
  6. Folk & Fairy Tales for All.”

The free stories can be streamed on desktops, laptops, phones or tablets, Audible said.

To get started, iWanSabi highly recommends Coronavirus: A Book for Children as it helped to answer all questions your children might want to ask you about coronavirus and the reason why they have been asked to stop going to school.

Examples of other free books include “Winnie the Pooh,” “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” “Aladdin,” “Jane Eyre” and “The Call of the Wild.”

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