April 17, 2011 | In: Articles

Audio Books versus Traditional Books

When it comes to comparing audio books from traditional books, the generation gap plays a main role. To teenagers these days, audio books are the nearest they could ever get close to a book since most kids nowadays are not fond of reading compared to the youth in the past.

Audio books can be brought anywhere, they are easy to carry and you can listen to them in the plane, train or car. They cost almost the same or sometimes even cheaper than traditional books. While listening to an audio book, you can do other chores and activities as well.

With traditional books, you need time to read and be lost in the magic of the world of literature. These books are sometimes inconvenient to bring along since most of them are heavy and takes up a lot of space. Whether you opt for traditional or audio books, the important thing is that you are able to use a tool or material that fits your needs. If you are the busy type but would like to read literature works and stories, then an audio book is a great option to keep updated on your reading. On the other hand, a traditional book will be able to transform you in a different world and lets you forget your surroundings as you become more imaginative while you read.

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