Audio books are a great way to increase access in your classroom. Providing a selection of audio books for all students can support fluency, expression, and comprehension.

Bookshare- a free subscription is provided with proof of a print disability
Signed Stories- free audio books designed for elementary readers that are also signed
60 Second Recap- a 60 second audio/video presentation of classic works of literature
Online Audio Stories- a collection of elementary audio books
The Mother Goose Club has a number of rhymes and songs that provide audio support for the text.
Learn Out Loud - over 2000 free audio and video titles including books, lectures, speeches and interviews.
Read Print - free online book library with over 8,000 titles that can be read using any free text reader (tested with Natural Reader).
Smories is a video site featuring kids reading kids' stories. Many of the videos include captions.

Storyline Online - online stories read by Screen Actors Guild members.
Online StoryTime - Barnes and Nobles free animated stories resource.

Librivox - Audio books in the public domain with human voices
Project Gutenberg- Text of books in the public domain, also available for mobile devices. Attach text-to-speech and can convert to MP3 format
CCProse - classic literature in video format, syncs human voiced audio with text. Check out their YouTube Channel.
Lit2Go - an online collection of stories and poems in MP3 format

CAST UDL Bookbuilder- Interactive book maker and reader