While getting cozy at home, why not enjoy some online Story Time? Here are a few suggestions you and your kids might enjoy:
Premiering on April 2nd with “The Little Engine that Could,” and running for ten weeks, Dolly Parton reads bedtime stories from her Imagination Library. Unfortunately it is at 7pm EST, so we will need to just watch the recordings instead of the live versions, unless your kid is up at 1 am. In which case, a bedtime story may be just the thing you need!
Oliver Jeffers (The wonderful children’s book illustrator and writer reads his books on Instagram live)
This week’s schedule:
Wednesday April 1st (double header)-“The Hueys on: None the Number”
and “What’s the Opposite?”
Friday April 3rd: “Once upon an Alphabet”
Join him on Instagram Live at 8pm Berlin/7pm GMT/2pm EST/11 am PST
You can also watch the readings on his website at https://www.oliverjeffers.com/books#/abookaday/
Ex-children’s librarian in Oakland California, Sharon, wants to entertain your kids with some songs, some books, some movement:
Friday, April 3rd
8pm Berlin/ 2pm EST/11 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
Zoom link to join: https://zoom.us/j/886805018
Storytelling and Songs by this American early childhood educator based in Berlin: you can check out her videos on her Facebook page at:
Get on her mailing list for live events.
And not to miss, you can always listen to Christopher Walken read Maurice Sendak’s “Where The Wild Things Are” on YouTube: