Factors to Consider:
- The boys received a stereo for Christmas that has a cassette player, CD player, and MP3 hookup.
- Thing1 likes to listen to books, but it is hard to find good ones on tape that are not a hassle to retrieve.
- We have tried the library2go website, which has been okay for me, but it is definitely a hassle, and there are practically no children's books.
- Our libraries have a few books on tape that we can borrow now that we have a cassette player, but we have already listened to all their books on CD, which isn't many.
- I considered buying a membership to the big library in the Fort, but I searched online, and they don't have many good children's audiobooks, either.
- I would like to start listening to the audiobooks suggested in The Well-Trained Mind such as Peter Pan, The Railway Children, Charlotte's Web, etc.
- For myself, I would like to listen (since I don't make time to sit and read) to classics that I never read.
What do you think? Please comment if there is a solution I have not considered!
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