Definition of audiobook
: a recording of a book or magazine being read aloud
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There’s an audiobook that was released on Audible recently of The Handmaid’s Tale.
Drop in, download: Drop in at the Middleburg Heights Library from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. July 20 and learn how to borrow free ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies and music from the library's digital collection anytime, anywhere.
Get free audiobooks through Cincinnati Public Library or Kentucky Libraries Unbound.
Some listen to the radio, others listen to podcasts or audiobooks.
As first discovered by Canadian website The Loop, Atwood possibly hinted to a sequel in the special edition of the book’s audiobook release on Audible in April.
But for now, Caro is sharing his wisdom in a new audiobook titled On Power and read by the author.
Other key features dads will love; it’s waterproof so can survive an accidental drop in the pool and has a 3.5mm headphone jack for listening to music and audiobooks.
Pop in the audiobook version to make that drive time whiz by.
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