This is a great website that allows teachers or parents to record themselves reading for children! This is great to use in the classroom as a "mystery reader" in case the parents can't make it out to the school to read a book to the class. Plan on doing this twice a month in the future! :)
AwesomeStories is large resource filled with primary-source information. Its purpose is to help educators and individuals find original sources, located at national archives, libraries, universities, museums, historical societies and government-created web sites. Enjoy these stories as you see thousands of hand-selected and relevant pictures, slide-shows, videos, audio-clips, documents and other primary sources linked, in context, where you need them.
mp3 readings you can download and link to printable book here www.gutenberg.org... Put together seasonal cds for my kids songs,stories and poems. It's great for in the car and bedtime. The kids learn as they enjoy.