Las Vegas, Nevada (PressExposure) June 11, 2007 -- Audio books have come a long way since the time when the only version available was a narrator reading the text of a book. Now, some versions of audio books are more like a dramatic presentation, with a full cast of voice actors, music, and sound effects.
Charles Nielson, president of CM Alliance International, Inc., appreciates the value of audio books.
"A number of people enjoy reading, whether for their own enjoyment or to learn a new skill. But with multiple demands on one's time, it is difficult to set aside time to read. An audio book is a wonderful solution to this problem. They can be listened to while commuting, waiting for an appointment, or while working out."
Nielson goes on to state, "Children who are exposed to audio books improve their reading comprehension, pronunciation, and vocabulary."
Biographies, self-help information, radio broadcasts, classic British comedies, and much more are available on Nielson's Web site, InstantAudioLearning.com.