Recordings of Books on the Ambleside List 2

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Listeners have requested a list of LibriVox recordings of books recommended by Ambleside Online for use with homeschooling. Anyone looking for audio books for children will find plenty of ideas on this page.

This is the second part, covering Years 5 - 11. Part 1, covering years 0 - 4 may be found here.

The lists here only include books on the main booklists on Ambleside Online, not the various personal recommendations. If you would like to browse all LibriVox recordings of books, stories and poems for children, please follow this link.

Please note that many books on the Ambleside list are not in the Public Domain, and are therefore not available to record for LibriVox.

Booklist for Year 5

The Bible
Many recordings available including American Standard Version and King James Version. For recordings of all versions, please see this search.

This Country of Ours by H. E. Marshall.
The Story of Mankind by Hendrik van Loon.
An Island Story Part 1 and An Island Story Part 2 by H. E. Marshall.
The Fairy-land of Science by Arabella Buckley.
Search for all the recordings of poems by Rudyard Kipling.
Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Collection Vol. 001 by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Search for all recordings of poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Search for all recordings of poems by John Greenleaf Whittier.
Search for all recordings of poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar.
See also Poems Every Child Should Know edited by Mary E. Burt.

In the Public Domain, but not yet recorded:
Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock.
Wild Animals I Have Known by Ernest Thompson Seton.

Not in the Public Domain: Abraham Lincoln's World by Genevieve Foster.
The Story of the World Volume 4 The Modern Age by Susan Wise Bauer.
What Everyone Should Know About the 20th Century: 200 Events That Shaped the World by Alan Axelrod, Charles Phillips.
Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History by Richard Hannula.
Of Courage Undaunted: Across the Continent with Lewis and Clark by James Daugherty.
Passion for the Impossible: The Life of Lilias Trotter by Miriam Huffman Rockness.
Carry a Big Stick: The Uncommon Heroism of Teddy Roosevelt by George Grant.
Explore the Holy Land by Ann Voskamp.
Book of Marvels: The Occident by Richard Halliburton.
Second Book of Marvels: The Orient by Richard Halliburton.
A Child's Geography of the World by Virgil Hillyer.
Christian Liberty Nature Reader, Book 5 by Worthington Hooker, edited by Michael J. McHugh.
Physics Lab in a Housewares Store by Robert Friedhoffer.
Exploring Creation With . . . series by Jeannie Fulbright.
Always Inventing by Tom L. Matthews.
The Talking wire: the story of Alexander Graham Bell by O.J. Stevenson.
All the biographies of George Washington Carver that I've found.
All the recommended Mathematics books.

TO BE CONTINUED 15 April 2010