Audiobooks Vs Books: Is Listening the New Reading?

As a concept, the audiobook is certainly not a new one, with earliest vinyl-record versions being made as early as 1932 by the American Foundation for the Blind. However, advancements in digital technology over the last 20 years have allowed us to store enormous amounts of data in the hand-held devices that have become so ubiquitous in the modern world, which raises the question is listening the new reading?

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10 Tips for Learning English

We’ve compiled a useful list of tips for learning English, a set of tricks that will hopefully help you communicate more fluently in less time. Learning English or any language for that matter can be a tricky thing, and as not everybody learns in the same way, it’s good to know that there are many useful tips and tricks to help every kind of learner. So, with this in mind and to help you on your journey, we’ve put together our 10 Tips for Learning English:

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Top 10 Books for Kids – Children’s Classic Reads

Wind in the Willows

Over the festive period there’s usually lots of food and more than one or two sleepy afternoons, so it’s a great time of year to get into a good book. So, with the holidays in mind, our top 10 books for kids list features the very best in kids novels and there isn’t a Harry Potter book in sight.

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Free Tarzan Audiobooks – Edgar Rice Burroughs

Edgar Rice Burroughs was an American author of popular fiction, mainly in the adventure, sci-fi and fantasy genres. Arguably his most well-known character is Tarzan, who is one of the greatest fictional characters ever created, and helped solidify Burroughs’ reputation in the literary world. We’ve put together a list of free Tarzan audiobooks for you to discover!

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13 Scary Halloween Reads

Halloween is observed in many countries on 31 October. It’s a celebration that’s become more secular and commercial in recent years, with lots of popular activities for the whole family. These include trick-or-treating, dressing-up, pumping carving, apple-bobbing and of course, watching scary movies! It’s also a great time for book lovers to get in the Halloween spirit and read about all things evil!
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