Audiobooks are a great way to stay distracted and entertained while your eyes are recovering, or to reduce the time you use your eyes to read.
Audiobooks are available online, at department stores, and at most public libraries. Ask your librarian about the kind of audiobooks they stock.
Some audiobooks are on CD’s, which means you need to have a CD player to listen to the book. Other audiobooks, like Playaways, come with their own MP3 players.
Audiobooks and magazines can be purchased at Audible.com and downloaded to your computer, phone, or MP3 player.
Some libraries carry audiobooks from Overdrive and OneClickDigital. These can be checked out from the library remotely and downloaded to your computer, phone, or MP3 player.