Audiobooks in Englisch - all ages

Potter, Beatrix: The Adventures of Peter Rabbit and Other Favourite Tales. audiobook. (ages 3+)

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Graham, Kenneth: The wind in the willows. audiobook. (ages 4+)

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First published in 1908, 'The wind in the willows' soon established itself as an enduring favorite with readers of all ages.
Today, Kenneth Grahame's evocation of an Edwardian rural idyll of boating, picnics, country houses, steam trains, horse-drawn caravans and the open road, and a time when the automobile was still an exciting rarity, has lost none of its power to enchant.


Lobel, Arnold: Frog and Toad Audio Collection. (ages 4+)

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Milne, A.A.: Winnie-the-Pooh. audiobook. (ages 4+)

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The four Pooh books created by A.A.Milne and Ernest H. Shepard have long been cherished by children and adults. These stories - starring the round, endearing Bear of Little Brain and his friends Piglet, Eeyore, Christopher Robin, and the others - are as popular today as when they first enchanted readers more than seventy years ago.


Steig, William: Doctor de Soto goes to Africa. audiobook. (ages 4+)

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Its business as usual at the office of Doctor Bernard de Soto, the worldrenowned dentist, when a cablegram arrives, begging him to come to Africa and work his wonders on Mudambo, an elephant who has an unbearable toothache. The kindhearted dentist and his wife, Deborah, sail for Africa right away.
Before he can help the suffering elephant, Doctor de Soto is kidnapped by a vindictive rhesus monkey. but in spite of everything, the de Sotos come through, and Mudambos tooth is as good as new when they finally go on their way.


Dickens, Charles: A Christmas Carol. audibook. (ages 6+)

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In the history of English literature, Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, which has been continuously in print since it was first published in the winter of 1843, stands out as the quintessential Christmas story.


Dickens, Charles: A Christmas Carol. CD (ages 6+)

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In the history of English literature, Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, which has been continuously in print since it was first published in the winter of 1843, stands out as the quintessential Christmas story.


Carroll, Lewis: Alice´s Adventures in Wonderland. audiobook. (ages 8+)

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Der Klassiker in seiner Originalsprache.


Reid Banks, Lynne: The Indian in the cupboard. audiobook. (ages 9+)

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What could be better than a magic cupboard that turns small toys into living creatures? Omri's big brother has no birthday present for him, so he gives Omri an old medicine cabinet he's found. Although their mother supplies a key, the cabinet still doesn't seem like much of a present. But when an exhausted Omri dumps a plastic toy Indian into the cabinet just before falling asleep, the magic begins. Turn the key once and the toy comes alive; turn it a second time and it's an action figure again.
The Indian in the Cupboard is one of those rare books that is equally appealing to children and adults. The story of Omri and the Indian, Little Bear, is replete with subtle reminders of the responsibilities that accompany friendship and love. For kids, it's a great yarn; for most parents, it's also a reminder that Omri's wrenching decision to send his toy back to its own world is not so different from the recognition of their children's emerging independence.


Paulsen, Gary: The Hatchet. audiobook. (ages 12+)

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Thoughts of his parentsī divorce fill Brian Robesonīs head as he flies in a single-engine plane to visit his father in the Canadian wilderness. When the pilot suffers a massive heart attack and dies, Brian must somehow land the plane by himself and then, left with only the clothes he is wearing and a hatchet he received from his mother as a parting gift, Brian must put thoughts of his past behind him and try to figure out how he can stay alive...


Paulsen, Gary: Brian's Winter. audibook. (ages 13+)

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Instead of being rescued from a plane crash, as in the author's book 'Hatchet,' this story portrays what would have happened to Brian had he been forced to survive a winter in the wilderness with only his survival pack and hatchet.


Paulsen, Gary: Brian's Return. audibook. (ages 13+)

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(read by Peter Coyote) A deer in his canoe, a bear attack, a leg stabbed with an arrowhead--it's just another week in the life of 16-year-old Brian Robeson. In his opinion, this beats a date at Mackey's Pizza Den, a fight with a bully, and a video game at the mall any day. After having survived a plane crash and 54 days in the Canadian wilderness several years earlier, Brian can't seem to fit into 'civilization.' The world of high school and family life makes no sense anymore. So Brian begins to plan. It's time to return to the woods. This time, though, he makes no plans to come back home. Gary Paulsen, the popular author of many critically acclaimed books for young people and winner of the 1997 Margaret A. Edward Award, has written another sequel to the Newbery Honor Book Hatchet. (The River and Brian's Winter were earlier sequels.) Paulsen's graphic and detailed descriptions of Brian's adventures demonstrate a deep familiarity and connection to the wilderness; and in fact the author has spent much of his life in the bush, living almost entirely off the land. Brian's experiences in nature parallel his growing independence and maturity; readers who don't feel like they 'fit in' will easily relate to the young protagonist's search for identity and purity.


Paulsen, Gary: The River. audibook. (ages 13+)

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A sequel to the most popular of Paulsen's three Newbery Honor books (Hatchet, 1987), based on an unlikely premise-- government researchers want Brian to reenact his northwoods survival so that his strategies can be observed and taught to others. Derek, a young psychologist, and Brian are dropped off at another Canadian lake, near the first one, equipped only with knives and a radio that Derek has promised not to use except in a dire emergency. Everything goes all too smoothly until their camp is struck by lightning, zapping the radio and leaving Derek in a coma. Brian manages to float Derek 100 miles down a river to a trading post, thus saving his life.


Paulsen, Gary: Brian's Return. audibook. (ages 13+)

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(read by Peter Coyote) A deer in his canoe, a bear attack, a leg stabbed with an arrowhead--it's just another week in the life of 16-year-old Brian Robeson. In his opinion, this beats a date at Mackey's Pizza Den, a fight with a bully, and a video game at the mall any day. After having survived a plane crash and 54 days in the Canadian wilderness several years earlier, Brian can't seem to fit into 'civilization.' The world of high school and family life makes no sense anymore. So Brian begins to plan. It's time to return to the woods. This time, though, he makes no plans to come back home. Gary Paulsen, the popular author of many critically acclaimed books for young people and winner of the 1997 Margaret A. Edward Award, has written another sequel to the Newbery Honor Book Hatchet. (The River and Brian's Winter were earlier sequels.) Paulsen's graphic and detailed descriptions of Brian's adventures demonstrate a deep familiarity and connection to the wilderness; and in fact the author has spent much of his life in the bush, living almost entirely off the land. Brian's experiences in nature parallel his growing independence and maturity; readers who don't feel like they 'fit in' will easily relate to the young protagonist's search for identity and purity.


Paulsen, Gary: Brian's Winter. audibook. (ages 13+)

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Instead of being rescued from a plane crash, as in the author's book 'Hatchet,' this story portrays what would have happened to Brian had he been forced to survive a winter in the wilderness with only his survival pack and hatchet.


Sacher, Louis: Holes. audibook. (ages 13 +)

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Stanley Yelnat's family has a history of bad luck going back generations, so he is not too surprised when a miscarriage of justice sends him to Camp Green Lake Juvenile Detention Centre. Nor is he surprised when he is told that his daily labour is to dig a hole and report all he finds therein.


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