During the summer, I know a lot of people go on road trips with their kids, and I thought I would share one of our favorite things to listen to in the car. He's a storyteller, and his name is Bill Harley. He tells very funny stories about growing up, and the kids love him. There are a few stories that use words like "stupid" and "hate" a bit too much, but usually his stories are very funny. The kids like listening to them over and over again, and grownups enjoy them too. You can find his stories on iTunes. He has song albums, but what you want are the audiobooks. They're between 3 and 4 dollars each, which isn't too bad. You do get just one long track for some reason though, instead of the stories being split up into different tracks, but this has never bothered us. My kids absolute all-time favorite is "The Battle of the Mad Scientists". It is full of delightful silliness. Other favorites include "Weezie and the Moon Pies", and "Cool in School", which has my husband's favorite story, "Zanzibar". He used to listen to it when he was a kid. So, try them out, and let me know what you think. But I'm not refunding your money if you don't like them, just so you know.