I’ve just discovered a great blog, Great Books ~ A Chapter a Day. It’s, well, it’s great.
Listen to classic books from some of the world’s best known and respected authors – an ideal way to expand your horizons, catch up on your classics “reading” list, or listen to books everyone you know says they’ve already read. It’s as easy as downloading a chapter to your iPod or a CD to take with you while you walk, stair step or spin. Or you can just sit back, relax and listen.We also podcast the Poem of the Week – a reading accompanied by classical music – from a collection best loved poems from around the world. Join us.
The main page currently features Chesterton’s The Man Who Knew Too Much, Kipling’s poem If, T.S. Eliot’s Wasteland and the tail end of Shelley’s Frankenstein. I think that’s recommendation enough.
Looks like the whole family will get to squeeze some summer reading in during the drive to the cabin. T.S. Eliot is appropriate for three year olds, right?
Check out Great Books ~ A Chapter a Day.
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