Are you and your family going on a road trip and need a story to keep the whole crew interested (and your sanity intact)? If you need something that will appeal to kids and adults alike, and you need it NOW, take a look at our collection of downloadable and streamable audiobooks from RBdigital!
The perk of RBdigital? There are no hold lists! If you see it, you can borrow it. Just have your library card info ready and download either the RBdigital App for smart phones or tablets, or the Media Manager for Mac or PC.
For help figuring it all out, take a look on the RBdigital Help page which has info on using the service as well as links to the App and the Media Manager, or for some ideas for great family-friendly audiobooks just take a look below!
A fun twist on the classic Frog Prince tale in which a princess kisses a frog to try to turn him to a prince, but in this case the princess becomes a frog herself! The reader on this, Katherine Kellgren, is a crowd pleaser— She reads books in such a fun and dynamic way, and does hilarious voices for all the different characters.
Another one read by Katherine Kellgren, The Case of the Missing Marquess is a vivid mystery series that follows the exploits of the junior sleuth, Enola Holmes, as she uses her smarts to solve cases. In this first book, Enola must travel to London in disguise to unravel the disappearance of her missing mother.
Avi's books are loved by young and old, and for good reason! This book follows the mouse, Poppy, as she embarks on a dangerous quest to find a new home and escape the rule of the controlling owl Ocax. Full of excitement, bravery, great storytelling, and a lot of heart.
This delightful book is so full of fun, adventure, and magical quirkiness! It follows Princess Celie of Castle Glower- a castle that magically changes every Tuesday, adding anything from a new room on up to an entire wing. When the King and Queen are ambushed Celie must use her special knowledge of the castle to take charge!
This Newbery Medal winner is like a book version of the game/movie Clue as it focuses on 16 heirs of an eccentric millionaire who must uncover the circumstances of his death before they can claim their inheritance. I read it as a kid and as an adult and loved it both times!
This is great for anyone with a passing familiarity with Star Wars who's looking something that will have kids and adults alike laughing their pants off. This one isn't inappropriate for younger kids but it does deal a bit with bullying and crushes, which may be less relatable. But really, the most important part: the narrator does a great Yoda voice!