Laura McHenry

Laura McHenry is the children's librarian for the Cortez Public Library, and co-hosts the "Library on the Go!" show on KSJD on Sunday afternoons.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "The Stone Cutter and the Navajo Maiden" by Vee F. Brown, "Loveykins" by Quenton Blake, and "Freddy the Frogcaster and the Huge Hurricane" by Janice Dean.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "An American Tale-Fieval and Tiger" by Michael Teitelbaum,  "Where the Sharks Are" by Duncan Maxfield, "Dr. Hilda Makes House Calls" by Mabel Watts, and "Mystery of the Witches'  Shoes" by Robyn Supraner.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Shy Little Kitten's Secret Place" by Jim Lawrence, "Oh Bother! Someone's Afraid of the Dark" by Betty Birney, and "The Saggy Baggy Elephant" by K&B Jackson.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "How to Take Your Grandmother to the Museum" by Lois Wyse and Molly Rose Goldman, "Daisy the Firecow" by Vicki Woodworth, "Kid Sheriff and the Terrible Toads" by Bob Shea, and from 13 Ghostly Tales edited by Freya Littledale, "The Dare" by Maria Leach.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Ketzel the Cat Who Composed" by Leslia Newman,  "One Bear Extraordinaire" by Jayme McGowan,  "Three Hens and a Peacock" by Lester L. Leminack, and "Bubba and Beau, Best Friends" by Kathi Appelt.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Zayde Comes to Live" by Sheri Sinykin, "Signs For Sale" by Michele Benoit Slawson, and "The Skywriter" by Dennis Haseley.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "The Blue House Dog" by Deborah Blumenthal, "The Selfish Giant"  by Oscar Wilde, and "A Chicken Called Saturday" by Joyce Dunbar.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Grandaddy's Turn" by Michael S. Bandy and Eric Stein, "Good Babies" by Tim Myers, and "Piggie Pie" by Margie Palantini.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads, from Walt Disney, "The Rescuers Down Under"  adapted by Michael Teitelbaum,  "Baseball Saved Us" by Ken Mochizuki, and  "A Visitor in the Dark" by Ed Bisiar.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "My Little Round House"  by Bolormaa  Baasansuren, "Can't Scare Me" by Ashley Bryan, and "Fiona's Luck" by Teresa Bateman.

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