Trivium Pursuit

Free public domain audiobooks, read by volunteers from around the world

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LibriVox — Acoustical liberation of books in the public domain

LibriVox volunteers make audio recordings of books which are in the public domain. You are free to copy these recordings onto a CD or your electronic device.

Here are some my favorites recordings.

At the Back of the North Wind
by George MacDonald
Read by Meredith Hughes

Men of Iron
by Howard Pyle
Read by Laura Caldwell

Otto of the Silver Hand
by Howard Pyle
Read by Arctura

The Thirty-nine Steps
by John Buchan
Read by Adrian Praetzellis

The Pilgrim’s Progress (version 3)
by John Bunyan
Read by various

Little Lord Fauntleroy
by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Read by Mary Anderson

The Dragon and the Raven: Or The Days of King Alfred
by G. A. Henty
Read by Mike Harris

The Wind in the Willows (version 2)
by Kenneth Grahame
Read by Mark F. Smith

Black Beauty (version 2)
by Anna Sewell
Read by Cori Samuel

Pollyanna (version 2)
by Eleanor H. Porter
Read by Phil Chenevert

The Adventures of Pinocchio (version 2)
by Carlo Collodi
Read by Mark F. Smith

Penrod
by Booth Tarkington
Read by Jonathan Burchard

Penrod and Sam
by Booth Tarkington
Read by Jonathan Burchard

Treasure Island (Version 4)
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Read by Mark F. Smith

The Prince and the Pauper
by Mark Twain
Read by John Greenmail

Michael Strogoff
by Jules Verne
Read by David Leeson

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Read by various

….and many, many more.

One Response to “Free public domain audiobooks, read by volunteers from around the world”

  1. Anita Says:

    Thank you for this and all you share with us!

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