Here Are All The Audiobooks Voiced By Mae Whitman

Mae Whiteman may be best known for her roles in "Good Girls" and "Perks of Being a Wallflower," but her voice has been featured in several animated films as well. The voice of the actress who has starred in "One Fine Day" and "Arrested Development" can be heard in "Family Guy," American Dragon," Nickelodeon's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," and DreamWorks' "Dragons," per IMDb.

Mae Whitman — who makes more than you think — also joins a long roster of celebrities who lend their voices to popular books, bringing characters and storylines to life. Actor and singer Alan Cumming, Jesse Eisenberg of "The Social Network," and Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and actor of "Hamilton" and "In The Heights," are only some of the stars who have narrated audiobooks, according to Epic Reads.

In addition to reading Meg Howrey's "Swan Lake" on "WorldTheatre: Lost & Found, Volume 1," here are all the audiobooks voiced by Mae Whitman.

City of Bones

Mae Whitman, former "Parenthood" actress who co-starred with real-life friend Lauren Graham of "Gilmore Girls," lent her voice to the book "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," per PR Newswire.

Written by Cassandra Clare, author of the trilogies "Infernal Devices" and "The dark artifices," the popular urban fantasy series follows the storyline of teenager Clary Fray who is inducted into a group known as the Shadowhunters who are tasked with saving the world from demons, according to the outlet.

This series consists of six books: "City of Bones," "City of Ashes," "City of Glass," and "City of Fallen Angels," "City of Lost Souls," and "City of Heavenly Fire," according to the author's website. The fantasy series has a little bit of everything and has gotten numerous readers hooked. Adventure, romance, action, and fantasy are all intertwined in these books that tell the story of how a secret club of Shawdowhunters fight killers and monsters in New York City.

When asked how she prepared for narrating the audiobook, Whitman told Entertainment Weekly that she got an overview of each character and the story, but she didn't want to know everything. "I kinda wanted to discover it and keep it fresh and exciting and that is something I do with 'Parenthood' as well. I get myself as prepared as I can to really trust myself in the moment"

And if she had to pick just one character that she can relate to, it would be Simon, she told the outlet.

The Testaments

Additionally, Mae Whitman narrates the second book in "The Handmaid's Tale" series, entitled "The Testaments" (via Audible). She joins Bryce Dallas Howard of "Jurassic Park: Fallen KIngdom" and "The Help" and British actor Derek Jacobi on the audiobook that's a followup to Margaret Atwood's Booker Prize-winning novel.

"It's exciting to try to put all of the feeling and the emotion and convey the depth of the words and the story and the people that you're reading you can only really do that with your voice," she told Penguin Random House Audio (via Youtube). 

According to Audible, "The Testaments" returns to the Republic of The Gilead to tell the testimonies of three women trying to survive in the new order.

Although the novel was published in 1985, the story made many viewers of the Hulu series feel like they were living in the dystopia. Both the show and the book gained popularity when the series first aired in 2017 due to the story's relevance to today's political climate. Many protesters use the show's red-cloaked handmaid's garb as a symbol of women's rights, per USA Today.

Batgirl at Super Hero High

Mae Whitman, who played Bianca Piper in 2015's "The DUFF," breaks into the action-adventure and young adult genres as she narrates the DC Super Hero Girls series, "Batgirl at Super Hero High," per Audible.

Written by Lisa Yee, the series follows the storyline of famous DC Comics' female superheroes. Published by Penguin Random House Audio, the audiobook afforded Whitman the chance to give a voice to the ordinary teen, Barbara Gordon, as she sets out to train alongside some of the best female superheroes at Super Hero High, including Supergirl and Wonder Woman (via Barnes and Noble). Talk about pressure! Can Gordon handle the intense training and prove that she can handle the responsibility that comes with being a DC Super Hero?

Whitman, who is the voice to the animated films "Tinker Bell" and "Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure," brings Gordon to life as the teen transforms into Batgirl (via IMDb). We wonder what books she'll add to her roster next.