Barbara Loof

Barbara always loved books and reading and especially enjoys reading to young children. She's been helping Laura McHenry, the children's librarian for the Cortez Public Library, for four or five years with Thursday story time. Now they do the Library on the Go!  program every Sunday afternoon on KSJD.

In this episode, Barbara reads"The Scroobius Pip" by Edward Lear, "Nicholas, Where Have You Been?" by Leo Lionni,  and "Pinduli" by Janell Cannon.

In this episode, Barbara reads "Imogene's Antlers" by David Small, "The Blessing Cup" by Patricia Polacco, and from the 20th Century Children's Book Treasury collected by Janet Schulman, "Madeline" by Ludwig Bemelmans.

In this episode, Barbara reads  "The Master Cat" by Charles Perrault and "Peach and Blue" by Sarah S. Kilborne from The World Treasury of Children's Literature selected by Clifton Fadimon, and "Stuart Finds His Way Home" based on the screenplay by Gregory J. Brooker and M. Night Shyamalan.

In this episode, Barbara reads "Eggs Mark The Spot" by Mary Jane Auch, and from The World Treasury of Children's Literature selected by Clifton Fadimon, "The Talking Cat" by Natalie Savage Carlson.

In this episode, Barbara reads some tall tales, including "My Pet Rattlesnake" by Joe Hayes, "Paul Bunyan & Babe The Blue Ox In The Great Pancake Adventure" by Matt Luckhurst and "Newf" by Marie Killilea.

In this episode, Barbara reads "Just Like Mama" by Beverly Lewis and "Kashtanka" by Anton Chekhov.

In this episode of stories, Barbara reads "Boris Beaver" by Marcus Pfister, "Tacky In Trouble"  by Helen Lester and "The Big Orange Splot" by Daniel Manus Pinkwater.

In this episode, Barbara reads "Some Pig" by E.B. White from A Charlotte's Web Picture Book,  "The Mud Family" by Betsy James, and "A Surprise for Dumpy" by Molly Brett.

In this episode, Barbara reads "Cook-a Doodle-Doo" by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel, "One Green Apple" by Eve Bunting, and from the 20th Century Children's Book Treasury selected by Janet Schulman, "Millions of Cats" by Wanda Gág.

In this episode, Barbara reads "What Really Happened To Humpty" by Jeanie Franz Ransom, "Bearymore" by Don Freeman, and from The World Treasury of Children's Literature selected by Clifton Fadimon, an Aesop's fable "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse".

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