The experience of a toddler while he looks at a picture book and listens to the narration of the same story is quite amazing. Children love listening to tales and if their favourite stories are available in the form of audiobooks, it proves to be a rich addition to their learning and listening skills.
For children with learning disabilities, audiobooks prove to be a useful aid in understanding the written word, while also enjoyed an interesting tale. From classics like Charlotte's Web and Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss to the adorable Paddington Bear, our compilation of audiobooks will make for great listening. Check this ClipBook for our recommendations.
Children with learning disabilities stand to gain a lot if they use an assistive technology (AT for short). AT is any software, device, or piece of equipment that helps work around, compensate or bypass a child’s specific learning disability.
Charlotte's Web is a 2006 American live-action/computer-animated feature film based on the popular book of the same name by E. B. White. In this classic recording, EB White reads his story about a pig named Wilbur and Charlotte, his wise, old spid...
This is a must-read classic for every child. A glorious collection of rhymes and hilarious stories which are all voiced by Adrian Edmondson.
Walliams and Matt Lucas narrate this modern children's tale about a boy who is ignored by his family - no cuddles or kisses for him - until he dons a dress and then everything changes.
No list of children's audiobooks would be complete without this nostalgic classic about the quicksilver-tongued Anne, who shakes up sleepy Avonlea.
The Complete Chronicles of Narnia is a dizzying tale of four ordinary children who are transported to the magical land of Narnia.
Bernard Cribbins' rich tones enliven David Benedictus' update of AA Milne's wonderful stories of Pooh and his adventures with Peter Robbin, Tigger and the gang.
Since arriving from Peru after an earthquake, Paddington has made his home with the Brown family of 32 Windsor Gardens. But will a surprise visitor change all that? Listen to Stephen Fry's narration to find out.
A great way to introduce young listeners to the myths of Greece. Simon Russell Beale's narration brings Odysseus, Hercules, and all the rest to life.
One for older readers, who'll love listening to Jeremy Northam narrate Sebastian Faulk's superb take on 1960s' James Bond.
Talking animal "daemons", child napping and an armor-clad polar bear - Philip Pullman's blockbuster is a treasure trove. The author himself narrates the proceedings.