audiobooks for teens

When teachers and parents recoil

Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, November 1, 2018
Whether or not you're a fan of audiobook listening for your own narrative enjoyment or learning, if you read our SYNC blog even in the off-season, you recognize both the appeal of the format and its role in encouraging youth to engage with well constructed and well performed literature. What do you do when that recognition you have becomes the doormat for someone else's heavy-booted rejection of this combined literary-performance art form?

Power in a Personal Library

Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, October 18, 2018
Many of us involved in developing, maintaining, and spreading the word about AudiobookSYNC as an annual program for teen listeners are also big believers in libraries and their collections. Free access to a vast array of choices underwrites our--and teen--access to unbounded intellectual freedom.

SYNC to the rescue--of avid print readers!

Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, April 13, 2017
With just two weeks left until showtime, we're seeing many of you posting messages on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram that share your excitement, anticipation, and, in some cases, newfound discovery, of SYNC. Thank you and keep getting the word out there!

SYNC 2017 by the numbers

Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, March 23, 2017
We’re hearing how excited you are about AudiobookSYNC17. You know we are, too. As we put the finishing technical touches on a grand season that will be 16 weeks long, we've noticed some startling figures. How much audiobook time is included in those 32 audiobooks? The math kind of bowled us over. See how it sounds (oops, pun) to you:


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