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An audio recording consisting of a book or other material read aloud.


(ˈɔːdɪəʊˌbʊk) or

audio book

a recorded reading of a book recorded on tape, CD, or digital formats
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Until recently, audio books in Korea were regarded as just for blind people, but recently they have been in the limelight as a new way to enjoy books.
The launch of books into audio books will also help residents who simply "don't have time to read print books".
The store was the only bookstore in Colorado that provided fans of audio books the ability to save money by offering audio books on a rental basis.
A - Paper books and audio books without library equipment (Swedish and school language, in Annex Price Mall).
RNIB staffwere |dressed as iconic literary characters from the last 80 years to celebrate the anniversary of Talking Books JAMES GOURLEY A SERVICE which provides audio books to thousands of people with sight loss has been made free to celebrate its 80th birthday.
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For younger readers, e-books and audio books on CD or MP3 discs, often downloaded to an iPod or similar device, have become the norm.
Audio books have been around for about 80 years, and thanks to the digital revolution a person no longer needs a box of cassette tapes or CDs.
Raffin's role at the company included getting celebrity friends to lend their voices to audio books.
TWO staff members at a Northumberland school are using its radio studio to support a charity project which provides audio books for thousands of people who have difficulty reading.
The use of these audio books can improve reading and academic performance for both English language learners (ELLs) and for native English speakers (NES).
To claim your two Free Audio Books at Smyths Toys, take this voucher along to your nearest store until Wednesday, April 29, 2009.