The following links are .ZIP files which contain all of the mp3 files (audio tracks) for each of the books in the series. After downloading, you will need a program to extract the individual mp3 files. Windows and MAC OS computers allow you to open these files directly in their Explorer/Finder
Once extracted, the files can either be played directly on your computer using your computer's media player, or can be downloaded to a portable device (phone) for offline listening. In order to download to your phone, you will need to transfer the .mp3 files to your device using your preferred download approach. For iPhones, you will need to use iTunes on the computer LINK. For Android devices, there are several ways to download these files directly to your music folder on your device. Here is an article showing you how: LINK
For ADVANCED USERS that are familiar with Podcasts and have Podcast application installed on their phone, the music tracks can be directly downloaded to the phone (without needing to download first to a computer and going thru iTunes) using the mobile device's Podcast application. Clicking on one of the links below will cause the device's PodCast application to start up and read the "feed" link into a new Podcast Subscription. Once you accept this new subscription, each mp3 file (audio track) will be displayed as an "Episode" for the subscription. You can listen online by playing the episode, or download the episode for offline (non connected) listening. Each podcast application is a little different in how subscriptions are added and episodes are downloaded. For iPhone users, iOS comes with a preinstalled PodCast player that can be used to play these audio files. There is a short tutorial on how to use this app on YOU TUBE. For android devices, there is no default podcast player installed on a freshly installed device, therefore you will need to find a podcast player from the Google Store and find a tutorial for that application to fully understand how to subscribe, download and play episodes using your chosen app.
NOTE: you must have already installed a PodCast player before any of the links below will open the "new subscription" option. The intent in providing access to these files via a "podcast" format is that because the podcast format is independent of phone type or application, you have one central location for your students to access all of the music tracks (using their phone) as they begin each new book. They don't need access to a computer or even know about mp3 files (although they probably already do). They just need to click the link to allow these files to be downloaded directly to their phone. Due to unlimited combinations of applications and phones, we are unable to provide technical support on how to use your phone's PodCast application. If you feel that these links are not working for you, have a friend with a similar phone try.