Since picking up an Echo Dot for really cheap around Christmas through Amazon, my kids have really spent a lot of time listening to Amazon Story Time. I love spoken word content (Audiobooks, Podcasts, etc.) so it makes sense that my kids would love it as well. I recently found out about Pinna, and have enjoyed taking it for a spin during the free trial. Pinna is a subscription service that gives you countless hours of audio entertainment (and screen-free fun) for your kids with audiobooks and original shows.
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