With audiobooks, we can enjoy the literature in Esperanto handfree and anywhere. Where can I find some of them?

  • There was a site that had recordings of a few selections from Fabeloj de Andersen, they were very good quality, but now I can't find them :-(.
    – kristan
    Commented Sep 26, 2016 at 22:06
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    Ho, mi trovis ĝin!
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    Commented Sep 26, 2016 at 22:22
  • This discussion is pretty interesting: lernu.net/eo/forumo/temo/19382/2 Commented Sep 27, 2016 at 20:59

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The only one I could find after some searching is https://librivox.org/la-aventuroj-de-alicio-en-mirlando-by-lewis-carroll/


Here you can listen to La Eta Princo by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

If you want to download it and listen to it offline, I would recommend something like AllTube Download and select Audio only (mp3).

  • Ĝi bedaŭrinde estas legata kun tro unutona prononco, iom endormiga laŭ mi. Commented Feb 24, 2019 at 15:55

You can get some of Jack Vance's works in mp3 format for free from here. See the section "Scienca Fikcio", some of the entries there have an mp3 link. You can listen to them online or download them.


Here are four selections from Fabeloj de Andersen (link); only the four under Fabeloj kun Voĉo have sound, the rest are just text. There are some others on LibriVox, but the pronunciation isn't very good. Like sometimes pronouncing "c" as "k" and stuff.

On the other hand, the LibriVox reading of Alicio en Mirlando, linked in another answer, is well-done and quite pleasant to listen to.

Looks like most of the rest of the Esperanto material on LibriVox is individual selections from multilingual poetry collections, and some other bits of this and that. One of these days I'll get a computer that doesn't drown out my voice with its CPU fan, and then I can help get more recordings out there...


There is a Vikipedio listo with sonlibroj. There aren't a lot of resources, but there is a cute audiobook for kids.

As well as this Chinese page with a few things.


The book "Gerda malaperis" can be listened to at http://lernu.net/de/biblioteko. You need a lernu.net account to access the library.


LibriVox currently has 20 free audiobooks you can download.


I wrote a short article about audiobooks in Esperanto with a compilation last year.


Here’s one I recorded yesterday. It’s a book of six Chinese folktales.


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