Do your kids listen to audio books? My kids love audio books! My five-year-old has been loving listening to stories lately, which I love because he can do it when I am not able to read to him, such as while I am cooking dinner or in-between virtual learning lessons.
Amazon has hundreds of books priced at extremely low prices. In fact, all of these books on this list are between 41 cents and 1.37 cents a piece! If your child listens to the books on an iphone or tablet with the audible app, many of them also show the pictures from the books. We have found that for some reason the pictures don't come through on our Amazon fire stick though for our TV.
Mother Bruce: A funny and engaging book about a bear that becomes a mom to goslings.
The Water Princess: A wonderful story that tackles the issue of clean drinking water around the world.
Miss Nelson is Missing: A great story about kids learning to appreciate their teacher.
You are (Not) Small: This teaches the lesson that size doesn't matter, and it depends on who you're measuring up against.
Little Hoot: This book has been one of our favorite's for the past decade. 5-star rating by all three kids.
Someday: A beautiful story dealing with the circle of life.
Madeline's Rescue: Any of the Madeline books are a hit, and this one is no different.
Little Toot: A great take on “The Little Engine that Could.”
Extra Yarn: This book teaches kids the importance of being kind to people and how being kind can change things for the better.
Children Make Terrible Pets: This does a good job of teaching kids to appreciate the diversity of people.
Happy Birthday Moon: A great classic.
Me… Jane: Girls can do ANYTHING!!
Mushroom in the Rain: Teach kids to share with this wonderful story.
Goodnight Moon: This is a classic that you can enjoy over and over again.
Mighty Mighty Construction Site: Come along while our favorite construction vehicles learn about teamwork, working together and friendship.
Groovy Joe Dance Party Countdown: Fun story about including everyone in this dance party.
The Little Red Hen: Another classic that every family should own.
Strega Nona: How will Strega Nona get the magic pot to quit making pasta?
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel: This story talks about the importance of adapting.
The Biggest Bear: This book is also a classic story, but does have a bit of violence in it.
Caps for Sale: This great story follows a peddler and some monkey business.
How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? Touching story about bedtime rituals.
How Do Dinosaurs Learn to Read? Learn the importance of reading in this funny story.
Harold's Fairy Tales: Encourage imagination in this fun classic.
Max's Christmas: Follow adorable and sometimes mischievous Max as he tries to stay up late on Christmas Eve to meet Santa.
Millions of Cats: How many cats is too many?
School's First Day of School: Great read about the first day of school jitters.
Pinkerton Behave: Pinkerton saves his family from a burglar in this story.
Case for Loving: The Fight for Interracial Marriage: This story helps you appreciate that all families are different.
Hot Hippo: A cute story about why hippos live in the water.
Brave Irene: This is a good story that talks about perseverance, and importance of hard work to succeed.
The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash: Steven Kellogg does it again with this funny story!
Max's Chocolate Chicken: Max is up to it again with this story about an Easter Egg hunt.
Tallyho, Pinkerton: Pinkerton gets into trouble again when he takes a trip into the woods with his sidekick, Rose.
Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present: A rabbit tries very hard to help a little girl come up with gift ideas for her mom.
The Little House: What will this little house do as the world around her continues to change?
Miss Nelson has a Field Day: Viola Swamp whips the football team into shape for the big Thanksgiving game.
Harold and the Purple Crayon: A great bedtime story that encourages quiet imagination.
The Napping House: How can a small flea disrupt a huge pile of sleeping animals and humans?
Where the Wild Things Are: What will happen when a little boy doesn't behave and is sent to his room without dinner?
Leo A Ghost Story: This sweet ghost just wants to be a good friend.
Georgie: A sweet story about a ghost looking for a new home.
Curious George Rides a Bike: Follow along with this cute monkey and his adventures with a traveling circus.
The Snowy Day: This is a classic for everyone.
A Kiss for Little Bear: Little Bear creates a picture for his grandmother and she sends a kiss back to him.
Stick and Stone: Cute story teaching kids about friendship.
Whistle for Willie: Peter wants to learn to whistle so he can call his dog, Willie.
This is the Rope: This is about a family's journey during the Great Migration, and a jump rope that becomes very special.
All the Colors of the Earth: Diversity shines in this great story.
Llama Llama Red Pajama: (I am including this one because it is 20 books, so it works out to 50 cents a book)