Stuck at home? Entertain yourself with GetItNow and Lit2Go (anytime)

November 16, 2009

I’m home on this rainy Monday with a sick kid — it seems like a perfect time to recommend the resource Lit2Go: Audio Files for K-12 in iTunes. It’s broken out by ages, with mostly children’s poetry (from the likes of Robert Louis Stevenson) and nursery rhymes in the kindergarten section, and more scholarly stuff — lectures like spherical trigonometry or the text of Silas Marner — for older kids. Everything’s in MP3 format and is free to download.

If you have a St. Louis Public Library card, you can also download free audiobooks, songs and videos via GetItNow. First-time users are guided painlessly through the process, and the site is detailed as to what devices are compatible with each title. The lending period is typically seven days, after which time the download is no longer accessible — so no late fee, virtual or otherwise.


One Response to “Stuck at home? Entertain yourself with GetItNow and Lit2Go (anytime)”

  1. Elizabeth Says:

    Hi Amy — another free source for kid’s audio downloads is Some older fairy tales etc. and some original sotries.

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