There are an amazing number of people reading books aloud on the website. Here are some websites that have audio and/or video stories aloud.
Julie Andrews (yes, the actress!) reads children's books with help from her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton. The ladies add content related to the stories they are reading. The readings have no video, only audio, which allows a parent to borrow books from the Library so you can read along. Click here for the website.
Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Sponsored by SAG-AFTRA (that's the Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), their website of recorded stories has over 100,000 views every year, from kids all over the world. Click here to go to their website.
Check out our YouTube channel for Miss Stephanie's Storytime readings. Here is the link.
Many libraries post storytime readings online. Check out some of these offerings by talented librarians from all over.
- Pasadena Public Library's Virtual Storytime
- Kaukauna Public Library puts up several different storytimes each week, including Bright Babies, Ones and Twos, and Preschool sessions. Here is the Facebook link.