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  • Fowlie was speaking to the fact that audiobooks continue to have a much higher price point than both ebooks and print books, and that audiobooks tend to sell well given the low volume of content available to audiobook fans. Coupled with the format adaptations that let audiobook readers enjoy their titles from mobile devices, authors who produce their own content can actually stand to benefit quit well.

    Audio books can provide a wealth of support for readers of all ages. Very simply, audio books are readings of books that are recorded and shared via CD, MP3 file, iTunes, Google Play Store, or just about anywhere files can be shared.

  • 7"electronic audio book reader CPU:RK 2729 500MHZ Display: 7"c-paper LCD screen resolution:800*480 RAM:256MB Extension slot: TF card(can be up to 16G) Music : MP3,WMA,OGG,...

    If you know a little Lego fan, they might like this concept Lego audio book reader, designed by Jonathan Robson. The design of the book reader is based on a LEGO helmet with a gold space visor, but acts as a headset designed for children to allow them to listen to audio and read along to books and comics.

  • Additionally, many audiobooks are read by the author or include commentary by the author. A recording of by , for example, includes an author interview in which he explains how he came up with the idea for the book. is read by author Jack Gantos and also includes commentary about why he wrote the book. This information can provide students with a connection to the author as well as insight into the author's thoughts and the writing process.

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Another argument I’ve heard is that if you’re not physically doing the reading, it doesn’t count. In an age where reading is competitive, the numbers matter quite a lot to people, maybe more than the story. Often I surpass my Goodreads annual goal because I listen to audiobooks and read graphic novels. My sister always makes a huge argument about how my numbers are super high because of those two factors, and they shouldn’t count. I disagree. A story is a story, and if I invested myself in a story, I have the right to say I read it.