Audiobooks for Teens


Aspirin, Robert. Another Fine Myth. 1997.
A magician's apprentice teams up with the demon Aahz and experiences a variety of adventures with many strange, other-worldly characters.
Block, Francesca. Weetzie Bat. 1996.
This modern day fairy tale follows the wild adventures of Weetzie Bat and her Los Angeles friends.
Carter, Forrest. The Education of Little Tree. 1998.
Orphaned at age 5, Carter lived in Tennessee with his Cherokee grandparents who gave him his Indian name of Little Tree.
Cormier, Robert. Tunes for Bears to Dance To. 1993.
After moving to a new town, Henry throws himself into a friendship with Mr. Levine, a holocaust survivor who spends his days and nights carving a replica of the village he was born in and which was destroyed by the war.
Cormier, Robert. We All Fall Down. 1994.
When Karen Jerome walks in on the thrashers who are destroying her family's Cape Cod cottage, she is thrown down the stairs and slips into a coma. The thrashers slip away, but the Avenger has seen it all.
Dickinson, Peter. Eva. 1992.
After a terrible accident, Eva wakes up to find out that she has been given the body of a chimpanzee.
Gardner, John. Grendel. 1997.
A retelling of the story of Beowulf from the monster's point of view.
Herge. Six Adventures of Tintin. 1999.
Young reporter/sleuth Tintin's adventures take him from the Sahara Desert, to the high seas, to the surface of the moon.
Klause, Annette. Blood and Chocolate. 1997.
A beautiful teenage werewolf falls in love with a human boy.
Lane, Dakota. Johnny Voodoo. 1996.
Fifteen-year-old Deirdre is desolate until she meets a strange young man known as Johnny Voodoo, who helps her to learn about love.
Lee, Harper. To Kill a Mockingbird. 1991.
At great peril to himself and his children, lawyer Atticus Finch defends a black man accused of raping a white woman in a small Alabama town.
Levenkron, Steven. The Luckiest Girl in the World. 1997.
A talented, but pressured, 15-year-old ice skater cuts herself until she bleeds to keep from going out of control.
Pullman, Phillip. The Golden Compass. 1997.
Accompanied by her daemon, Lyra Belacqua sets out to prevent her best friend and other kidnapped children from becoming the subjects of gruesome experiments in the Far North. 
Thomas, Rob. Rats Saw God. 1996.
To make up for an English class he failed, 18-year-old Steve York produces a journal that reveals how he has gone from a National Merit scholar to an underachieving stoner.