An audio book is a recording of a book or other text being read aloud. Recording texts originated in the 1870s after the invention of the phonograph; audio books became popular in the 1930s. The American Foundation for the Blind created the Talking Books Program, which increased the number of audio books produced. Audio books are also popular for teaching children how to read and recognize sounds. However, you don’t have to be either blind or young to enjoy audio books on – you can check out our audio book channel and listen to a sample below on the History of Kariya:

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