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Easy iPod and iTunes by Shelly Brisbin

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Part 10. Listening to Audiobooks

The iPod is a natural for audiobooks, whether you listen on the train, in the car, or on the treadmill. The iTunes Music Store and Audible.com are the largest sources of audiobooks, and their tools and file formats are designed to work best with iPods.

You can find all types of audio books here from novels to books for kids. Take some time to browse around and see all of the options available both on iTunes and Audible.com.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how to find audiobooks and how to make the most of them in iTunes and on the iPod. You’ll also learn how to import audiobooks from CDs into iTunes.

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