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Memoria Press Simply Classical Literature classes
Simply Classical Literature Audio Options:
Simply Classical C
Aesop’s Fables (MP3 downloads included)
Simply Classical 1
Days Gone By CD
Simply Classical 2
Animal Tales CD by Jim Weiss
Notes regarding audiobook options:
Finding an audiobook version of a book can be difficult, especially if a book is older. I usually search the book’s title or ISBN number + audiobook. In the books below, if I found an audiobook version, I included a link for you as well.
*Notes regarding Audible — this platform is by far my favorite because it’s the one I find most familiar and easiest to navigate. These are books read by professional narrators or actors. You don’t need a membership to purchase audiobooks via Audible, but members get discounted titles and other perks. It’s accessible via desktop, tablet, phone, or Amazon Echo devices. A free trial is available here.
*Notes regarding Learning Ally — this platform requires membership to access audiobooks, with a cost of $135/year. Coupons are pretty widely available, so be sure to do a search before you sign up. You’ll have to send over documentation of a print disability before your membership is approved. It’s accessible via desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
Learning Ally has a few different formats and features: Classic Audio is an audiobook read by a human, no text available. VOICEtext (H) is read by a human, with text available on the screen and highlighted for following along. VOICEtext (S) is a synthetic voice, with text available on the screen for following along.
Simply Classical 3
American History Read Alouds
*There are 30 books in this set. I’ve listed the ones below for which I was able to find an audio resource. *
Myself and Others:
Aesop Fables CD