Friday, June 25, 2010

Audiobook Week: My favorite audiobooks

Jen of Devourer of Books asks, "What are some of your favorite audiobooks?" I skipped around on my blog, enjoyed looking at the old titles and remembering, and then I picked these three. There were more than three that I liked a lot and could have included but I don't want your hands to get tired from all the clicking! See, not lazy, considerate. Two of these three are included in my giveaway, here.




Paint it Black by Janet Fitch

When You Are Engulfed in Flames by David Sedaris

A Fine Dark Line by Joe Lansdale

6 comments:

Beth F said...

so many people love Sedaris on audio.

bermudaonion said...

Anything by David Sedaris is great on audio!!

Jen - devourer of books said...

I loved that audio by Sedaris too!

carolsnotebook said...

I need to listen to Sedaris sometime, apparently.

Beth S. said...

I don't get the Sedaris love. I tried listening to him but stopped after a CD. I feel like I'm missing out too because so many people find him hilarious.

kewkew said...

HI, I wanted to thank you for coming on over to my blog and commenting. I only just got your comment today. I didn't realize I had moderation on, huh? and it only just showed today on my email. The Baby Signs book that I have been reading is very good (I had to return it to the library, but I plan to get it back out soon to finish it) I had purchased Baby Sign Language for Hearing Babies by Karyn Warburton 3 1/2 years ago, it was my introduction to signing with babies. What I like about this one I have listed at my blog :The Baby Signing Book by Sara Bingham is that it explains the importance of actually using ASL and shows ASL signs instead of made up signs like the first one I mentioned. Though the other book does have some good background info and ideas for signing with babies.