As a homeschooling grandfather (meaning we homeschooled our kids and our kids are now homeschooling theirs) I am always interested in resources for homeschoolers. One resource that we learned about years ago, and that is still incredibly valuable, is Librivox.org. What Librivox does is take public domain books from gutenberg.org (another great resource) and, using volunteer readers, puts together audio books. Free to download audio books. Free, free... no in app purchases or the like. Free to listen to, cut apart, send to your friends, etc etc.
Besides the obvious incredible value of getting to listen to books while doing the dishes etc; Librivox is also great for language learning! They have books in all sorts of languages and listening to them over and over is great for helping learn a language.
So, I can't recommend it too highly. Like everything in life, make sure you do your homework. You can't just listen to everything on the site! Even public domain books contain a lot of trash. But there is a lot of great stuff there, and a lot of great readers. Message me for more specifics.
(You may note that sometimes when I recommend a book, I also give a link to Librivox! You're welcome.)