Saturday, October 18, 2008

Hour's early...

I'm already tired of reading. I've been on blogs and stuff most of this hour. I need some help from you guys, so please comment if you could help me out!

Is Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass two different books? I always see them in one volume together?
Is there a place online I can listen to books for free without having to download anything?

In the meantime, Here are some pictures of reading-realted things I've been meaning to post on my read-a-thon-blogs. All of my pictures are on the other computer, which is my brother's. He's off now.

This is what my Alice in Wonderland book belongs to. These are my prettiest books!

My reading chair!

Since last post:
Time spent: Reading: 7 minutes

On computer (blogging, commenting/cheering, mini-challenges): 47 minutes
Between the covers:--Number of pages: 11 pages

What I read: Alice in Wonderland
Down the hatch:--nothing
Other: nothing
Cumulatively:Reading: 107 minutes
On computer (blogging, commenting/cheering, mini-challenges): 117 minutes. Now my blogging time is more than my reading time!
Other (pet care, cooking, etc.): 24 minutes
Between the covers:--Number of pages: 96 pages--
What I've read: Finished of Mice and Men and one short story
Total Mini-Challenges: 3


Becky said...

I hope this next hour goes better for you! Don't be afraid to switch books to liven things up a bit if you need to :)

They are two separate books, by the way. But they are often published together.

I *think* that you should be able to find audios of them online. But my guess is that the reader wouldn't be a "professional" just a volunteer.

Tammy said...

Alice and Through the Looking Glass are generally listed separately on book lists. I've always counted them as 2 books.

I've never heard of a way to listen to an audiobook without having to download at least the audio file. Librivox offers lots of classic books for free, or you can find some through iTunes. Lots of libraries now offer audiobooks for "checkout" as well.