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I'm looking for audiobook suggestions for m 3.5yo to listen to during quiet time. I know some 3.5yos on MDC are listening to chapter books, but we are looking for one that does a series of short stories (like Olivia or Arthur).Any recommendations?

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I'm looking for audiobook suggestions for m 3.5yo to listen to during quiet time. I know some 3.5yos on MDC are listening to chapter books, but we are looking for one that does a series of short stories (like Olivia or Arthur).Any recommendations?
You can find a lot of free books to listen to at www.archive.org
I used to search fairy tales, etc...
You can also listen to on demand little tow books at www.bbc.co.uk/bbc7
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Jim Weiss for sure. Ds's favorites at that age were Uncle Wiggly and Tell Me a Story. They are not chapters -- each track is a full, self-contained tale. Here's his site (you can buy a lot of them on Amazon, too):
http://greathall.com/storytelling.html

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Frog and Toad Audio Collection

Winnie the Pooh

Both technically have chapters, but each chapter is a separate story.
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We got a collection of Arthur stories from our library recently.

A librarian recommended a series of older stories to us while we were there. They were about animals on a farm and their adventures. They sounded so cute. One of them was about a creature in the woods that they thought was a ghost or something, but it ends up being another animal. Another was about aliens from space playing baseball with them or something.

Okay, wait. I found them! Freddy the Pig is the series, by Walter R. Brooks.

Freddy and the Ignormas is the one about the creature.
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