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Rare Book Room is an educational site with some of the great books of the world's libraries.
These digitized books (about 400 in all) are presented in a medium to
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Internet Archive Audio Books & Poetry lets you listen to free audio books and poetry recordings!
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Accessible Books is part of the Internet Archive's collection of books available to the
print-impaired. Many are available in the DAISY
talking-book format or otherwise available in the Open Library. While most
titles are those in the public domain, other are recent works made available
through an exception in copyright that allows works to be copied for the purpose
of making them accessible. Works not in the public domain will be made
available only to qualified readers officially registered with the Library of
Congress's National Library Service for the
Blind and Physically Handicapped (find
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Poetry Archive is a collection of poets reading
their own work. Also includes introductory notes on recordings and poets,
bibliographies of poetry collections, guided tours around the Archive and themes
which lead you on many different paths from poem to poem.
LoudLit provides classic literature with
accompanying audio narration. Includes novels and poetry that can be read online
but requires an mp3 player for downloaded files.
Records began as a one year project devoted to the golden age of
children's records from 1945-1955. Many of these classic recordings were
extravagant Hollywood productions on major record labels and featured big time
celebrities and composers.
UbuWeb is an independent resource dedicated to all
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