Overview: Looking for a great audio book to inspire your son? Check out these great nonfiction audiobooks which will motivate him while touching his heart.
Audio books are a great option if your son is an auditory learner. Audio books are also wonderful to bring on vacation so that you and your kids will have something to listen to while driving in the car. Quite often when we choose audio books for our teens, we end up picking up classic works or other fiction selections. There are also lots of great non-fiction choices you should consider as well.
Some of these books are motivational. Some are written just for teens. Some were intended for adults but are filled with great information for our kids as well.
If your boys are anything like mine, they probably enjoy listening to music on their MP3 players or their Kindles whenever they get the chance.
The next time your boys want to plug headphones into their ears, consider giving them something to listen to which will inspire them to improve themselves rather than just entertaining themselves.
Here are 10 Awesome Nonfiction Audiobooks for Tween/Teen Boys:
Do Hard Things by Alex and Brett Harris
Fully Alive by Ken Davis
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens: The Ultimate Teenage Success Guide by Sean Covey
George Washington, Spymaster: How the Americans Outspied the British and Won the Revolutionary War by Thomas B. Allen
You Have a Brain: A Teen’s Guide to T.H.I.N.K B.I.G.
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The 6 Most Important Decisions You’ll Ever Make by Sean Covey
How to Win Friends and Influence People
Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Quireshi
Desiring God by John Piper
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Question: Have you listened to any of the above audiobooks? Do you have any others you would recommend for tween/teen boys? Please leave a comment below.
6 thoughts on “10 Awesome Non-Fiction Audio Books for Tween/Teen Boys”
We’ve read many of these and loved them. Can’t wait to add a couple from your list to this year’s reading schedule!
I hope you enjoy them!
I’m looking forward to giving my oldest the Do Hard Things I think he’d really like it 🙂 Thanks for sharing your list!
You’re welcome. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
Wow! So many great suggestions. My oldest is only 9, but an old soul. We read George Washington’s spies together which was really informative and exciting. I feel like Ben Carson would be an easy read, I like the way he speaks. Thanks
You’re welcome. And thank you for the suggestion as well. It sounds great! I’ll have to check that one out. 🙂